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From Anywhere Newsletter
News & Events For Faculty Regional Sites
MARCH 2018

Texas Tech University’s Online Doctorate Program Among Top 10 in Nation

Texas Tech University's commitment to providing high-quality online education has received nationwide attention. recently ranked Texas Tech's Doctorate of Education in Higher Education as No. 2 on the list of The 10 Best Online Doctorate in Educational Administration Degree Programs. Full story from TTU Today.

Red Raider Research Registry Allows for Online Student Participation

Online and distance students at Texas Tech will be able to participate in upcoming research studies through the Red Raider Research Registry. Learn more about the Red Raider Research Registry and how you can participate.

Online Instructor’s Work Featured in Newscast

Dr. Shannon Darst is an online instructor in Texas Tech’s visual impairment program. She is also a past online student herself, earning a master’s certificate and doctoral degree online with Texas Tech. Her work was recently featured in this news article about Milo, a robot that is assisting students on the autism spectrum. Watch the news story and support this online Red Raider!

TTU K-12 Ranked Best in the Nation

For the fourth consecutive year, the high school program of TTU K-12 has been ranked one of the best online high school programs in the nation by Best College Reviews.

Wide Acceptance of TTU K-12 Diploma Opens Doors to Success for 2004 Grad

Christopher Chapman is earning his Doctorate of Pharmacy degree at Idaho State University, by way of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the Texas cities of Houston and Midland — and TTU K-12.

Spring 2018 eLearning Training Opportunities

eLearning offers multiple training classes throughout the semester to assist faculty as they develop new high quality online, hybrid or web-supported classes. In addition to these training courses, we provide information about other relevant happenings in our list of events.

NBC Learn

Bring Your Course to Life with NBC Learn Videos

With more than 21,000 resources, NBC Learn is a great tool every instructor at Texas Tech should know about. Whether you have seen it before or it is new to you, find out what NBC Learn has to offer TTU instructors. You won't be disappointed.

Service Learning Course Enhances eLearning Education

Service learning and eLearning combine to help shape the future of education. This course helps graduate students learn about online education.

Podcasts About Accessibility in Higher Education

Podcasts are a great way to stay current on discussions surrounding higher education. Here are a few podcast episodes focusing on accessibility that will allow Texas Tech faculty to join the conversation.

Tea for Teaching Podcast

Speaking of podcasts, the Tea for Teaching podcast is a series of informal discussions on innovative and effective practices in teaching and learning. Hosted by faculty at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Oswego, the conversations cover a broad range of topics from student attention spans to the use of mobile technology in learning.

TTU Regional Sites

Waco Marvels at Masked Rider

Texas Tech's 56th Masked Rider, Laurie Tolboom, and equine companion, Fearless Champion, make their inaugural visit to the TTU at Waco regional site. This marks one of the hundreds of visits the Masked Rider will make during her time in the position. Traveling to bowl games and other venues across the country, the Masked Rider is an example of Texas Tech's dedication to family and community.

Texas Tech University Rocks Waco With Chords and Conversations Event

Texas Tech University at Waco hosts the first Chords and Conversations event starring three of Nashville’s finest songwriters: Aaron Barker, Allen Shamblin and J.T. Herring. Read their stories and Texas Tech University at Waco director Dr. Lewis Snell’s account of the event.

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