In response to the identification of accessibility as one of the major technology issues for 2016, TxDLA is pleased to announce the development of a new Accessibility Certification Program.
TxDLA thinks its members are pretty amazing, and is proud of the innovative programs that they manage. One of these members is Luke Stollings, eLearning Lead and LMS Business Lead for the Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS).
The TxDLA Journal of Distance Learning, an online publication of the Texas Distance Learning Association (TxDLA), is seeking writers for the next four semesters for journal articles and scholarly papers. All TxDLA members are encouraged to participate.
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Formed in 1996, TxDLA is a nonprofit association promoting the development and application of all forms of distance learning and implementing effective distance learning strategies for Texans and other distance learning practitioners of the global community.
TxDLA is a chapter of the United States Distance Learning Association.
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