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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).
TxDLA thinks its members are pretty amazing, and is proud of the innovative programs that they manage. One of these members is Marshall Hill, Executive Director of NC-SARA.
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.
Gov. Greg Abbott on December 14 appointed Dallas ISD Trustee Mike Morath as the state's next education commissioner, describing him as "a proven education reformer."
TxDLA, in conjunction with USDLA, is pleased to offer several program options for National Distance Learning Week, with videos, links and other content about distance learning.
TxDLA thinks its members are pretty amazing, and is proud of the innovative programs that they manage. One of these members is Renda Garner, Director of Distance Learning at Trinity Valley Community College.
Governor Greg Abbott's response to TxDLA's request for policy positions on distance learning.
M-SARA, OLC, UPCEA, and WCET present two free webcast archives on the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA).
CollegeAtlas.org has created an infographic about online students with data based on the population attending University of Phoenix.
In Fall 2013, Texas Community & Technical Colleges had a distance education course enrollment of 588,741 which is 31.48% of total enrollment.
TxDLA provides members with MUCH MORE than just an annual distance learning conferenc...MORE
Henry Hartman was inducted into the Texas Distance Learning Hall of Fame on April 2, 2014 during the opening session of the 2014 TxDLA Conference.
Many distance learning practitioners are working diligently to grow programs and to utilize distance learning in exemplary ways. The TxDLA Annual Awards program showcases why Texas is a leader in distance learning.
TxDLA's Board of Directors recently honored Rep. Todd Hunter as the 2014 Legislator of the Year Award recipient. The Legislator of the Year Award is presented to local, state or federal official who has substantially assisted in the advancement of Distance Learning in the State of Texas.
The NMC Horizon Report > 2014 Higher Education Edition is a collaborative effort between the NMC and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI), an EDUCAUSE Program. This eleventh edition describes annual findings from the NMC Horizon Project, an ongoing research project designed to identify and describe emerging technologies likely to have an impact on learning, teaching, and creative inquiry in education.
Following is an interesting article about legal issues that most in the distance learning arena have not considered.
Article from Inside Higher Ed about the distance education state reciprocity progress with SARA:
Over 55 distance learning professionals from across the state attended the most recent Fall Leadership Workshop on October 28-30 in Fredericksburg, Texas. Members took part in networking activities such as a "Goosechase Scavenger Hunt", "Leadership by the Min
Many distance learning practitioners are working diligently to grow programs and to utilize distance learning in exemplary ways. Awards are given to honor outstanding teachers, TxDLA members, individuals and organizations and were presented this year at the 15th Annual TxDLA Conference, April 15th-18th in Dallas.
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