November 6, 2017
The Texas Tech University eLearning & Academic Partnerships, a division of the Office of the Provost, will host informational sessions and events Nov. 6-10 to celebrate National Distance Learning Week (NDLW). All on-campus events will take place at the Texas Tech Plaza, 1901 University Ave.
NDLW is sponsored by the U.S. Distance Learning Association (USDLA). All sectors of USDLA, including Pre K-12, Higher Education, Corporate, Government & Military and Telehealth, will educate constituents on the growth in distance learning and showcase their accomplishments.
eLearning & Academic Partnerships will host a kickoff event and open house from 9-11 a.m. Tuesday (Nov. 7) on the fifth floor of Texas Tech Plaza. Those interested in discovering the latest technology, exploring the new office space and meeting faculty and colleagues are welcome. There will be door prizes and free gifts from Panda Express, Firehouse Subs, Slim Chickens and more. Refreshments and parking will be available.
Students were encouraged to submit a multimedia project to celebrate NDLW as part of a Texas Tech eLearning Student Competition. Finalists are currently displayed on their website. Winners will be announced Friday (Nov. 10).
Faculty may stop by Texas Tech Plaza for come-and-go Instructional Design Support sessions in room 513, where they can communicate with instructional designers about any issues with their online courses.
For a complete schedule and description of events, visit the NDLW online schedule. For more information on NDLW, visit the website. All sessions will be available to view online. Sessions marked as USDLA sessions are available at their website. Sessions marked as eLearning sessions will be available at Texas Tech’s Mediasite website. Below is a list of information sessions for the week.
Monday (Nov. 6)
Tuesday (Nov. 7)
Wednesday (Nov. 8)
Thursday (Nov. 9)
Friday (Nov. 10)
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