The TELE Collaborative
The term technology-enhanced learning refers to a spectrum of educational activities both in and outside of the classroom - from fully online courses, to blended (hybrid) learning, to enhanced classroom-based learning. Technology-enhanced learning may be delivered as modules or units (parts of courses), full courses, or programs. These experiences may be credit or non-credit bearing, and applied to traditional students seeking degrees or to non-traditional audiences seeking badges, certificates, professional development opportunities, or continuing education.
The Technology-Enhanced Learning & Engagement (TELE) Collaborative was formed in Spring 2014 to develop programming to meet ...
- Provost's Office (Rob Gearhart)
- Center for Faculty Excellence (Wade Pickren)
- Library (Lis Chabot)
- ITS (Mike Taves, with Beth Rugg, Marilyn Dispensa, Matt Gorney, and Mary Jo Watts)