We might not be able to help you with your goal to take more time for yourself, but if you resolved to learn something new every day and get more involved with your WCET community, we have you covered, starting with these two upcoming webcasts:
New Year, New NCOER Initiative
January 14 | 11:00 AM MST
Join WCET’s director of open policy, Tanya Spilovoy, to learn more about the new National Consortium for Open Educational Resources project. The webcast features representatives from each of the four regional higher education compacts to discuss efforts in their region:
Liliana Diaz, Policy Analyst, Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education.
Lindsey Gumb, Fellow, Open Education, New England Board of Higher Education.
Jenny Parks, Vice President of Policy and Research, Midwestern Higher Education Compact.
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The 60 Year Degree: Learning without Boundaries
January 21 | 12:00 PM MST
How do we in higher education support learners on a journey where knowledge and skill attainment takes place over an entire lifetime? Our panel will explore the shifting demands of learners and employers and the challenges and opportunities ahead for institutions. Dale Johnson, WCET executive committee member and director of digital innovation at Arizona State University, will be joined by:
Paul Marca, Principal, Parallax Global Advisors.
Michelle Weise, Author and Senior Advisor, Imaginable Futures.
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These WCET webcasts are free and open to all. The webcasts will be recorded and available on the webpage shortly after the live session. Live captioning for these events is provided by our sponsor, VITAC.
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The Digital Design Studio at West LA College is a faculty resource center created to facilitate the development, production and distribution of educational media content. We provide faculty with the technical and creative support necessary to expand new media and technology usage in the traditional classroom and digital environment. The Digital Design Studio serves as a centralized knowledge base to facilitate campus collaboration, to provide access to digital tools and to innovate practices for teaching and learning with technology.
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