An Equation at the Heart of Equity in Higher Education

WCET is thrilled to serve as the intermediary for Every Learner Everywhere, a network of twelve partner organizations with expertise in evaluating, implementing, scaling, and measuring the efficacy of education technologies, curriculum and course design strategies, teaching practices, and support services that personalize instruction for students in blended and online learning environments. Recently, Every Learner […]

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Working Toward Equity in Online Education

Editors note: An earlier edition of this article was published with a different title. Our team needed to make some updates to the content. We apologize for any disruption to reading the post. Online education has a problem and it’s time we admit it. Many of our students, especially some of our most vulnerable students, […]

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Why Continue to Teach Online? Interview Results from Experienced Online Instructors

Today we’re joined by Rebecca Thomas, a postdoctoral scholar with the Oregon State University Ecampus Research Unit, discusses a recent study with faculty who have taught online for 10 years or more. Rebecca Thomas shares her interpretation of the results and several key takeaways from the study. Enjoy the read and enjoy your day, Lindsey […]

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Leading in a Time of Crisis

Over the last few weeks, we have shared tips for taking care of ourselves and our colleagues. This week I wanted to share advice from several higher education leaders about their experiences leading teams through this time of crisis. The first post in this series focused on self-care for us as individuals. You can check […]

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A Not-So-Secret Sauce for Building Resilience During and After Change

Today’s post, from Christine Lustik, the owner of Mindfulness in Organizations, LLC., is all about resilience. In a continuation of our series, “In a Time of Crisis,” we asked Christine to share the lessons she has learned working with organizations to develop resiliency. While she doesn’t have a way to make this fall less challenging […]

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Self-care in a Time of Crisis

A few weeks ago, my team mate Megan Raymond and I chatted a little about self-care during this time of COVID-19. We are both working right now with our kids home and I for one feel lucky that I have that option, but stressed each day when it comes to parenting (read chasing after) a […]

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Get Online… The Making of a Podcast

It is no secret that many of us on the WCET team, myself included, enjoy listening to podcasts. In fact, we’ve recommended podcasts in several of our summer listen lists. This year, one of the podcasts we included in our “Quarantainment” post was the Get Online… podcast from Great Plains IDEA. After listening to these […]

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A Road to Somewhere

Last month I asked our readers to contemplate whether or not we’re “on a road to nowhere” as we prepare for the fall and beyond. Today, I want to take a look at where we are on that road and consider what this journey may look like for the next several months. So where are […]

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Surveys Highlight Student and Faculty Experiences with Remote Learning

Two new surveys show the reactions and resilience of students and faculty in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic this spring. Overcoming conjecture and some bold (often unsupported) statements about the move to remote teaching, the survey results provide real insights into what happened. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the National Science Foundation […]

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