On Wednesday, November 12, Governor Rick Perry released a statement following President Obama's recent decision to push for the reclassification of the Internet as a utility.
The Call for Proposals has now closed for the 2015 TxDLA Conference, “A Concert of Collaboration”, scheduled April 7-10 in Dallas, Texas, but watch here for attendee and exhibitor registration opening in November.
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Greg Abbott was the first Texas Gubernatorial candidate to respond to TxDLA's request for policy positions on distance learning.
ALEC ‘Report Card’ Recycles Bogus School Improvement Claims
National Education Policy Center - November 7, 2014
New Gainful Employment Regs Tied to State Authorization
WCET Blog - October 30, 2014
The Must Know Changes in Distance Education Policy
eCampusNews - October 10, 2014
Registration Opening in November
Dallas, Texas - April 7-10, 2015
Exhibits & Sponsorship Opportunities
Reach Distance Learning Professionals in Texas
Sheraton Dallas Hotel
400 N Olive St, Dallas, TX 75201
UT-Arlington to Head Up Digital Learning Research Effort
Report: 82.6% of Higher Ed Faculty Have Not Taught Online-Only Course at Current School
Call for Submissions: New Journal of Online Learning Research
A Roadmap to Online College Student Decision Making
Infographic from Learning House
Dr. John Williams Connecting the Underserved
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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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Austin, TX 78701
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