Worldwide eLearning Research Assistant Gail Alleyne Bayne won first place in the "Exploring, Learning, & Teaching I" category in the Graduate Student Research Poster Competition. Her poster was based on her research on mental fatigue among university students enrolled in online courses.
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ONLINE AND REGIONAL PROGRAMS
You don't have to live in Lubbock to pursue your education through Texas Tech University. With over 60 degree, certification and certification preparation programs available fully online, and six unique regional teaching sites across the state, your educational goals can be achieved from anywhere.
With the programs offered you can prepare for a variety of careers without leaving your home community. And you can rest assured your education will be recognized for its high quality and credibility. The degrees earned online and at regional sites are the same as those earned on Texas Tech's main campus in Lubbock.
Texas Tech University Worldwide eLearning supports faculty and staff with Blackboard support and instructional design services.
- Basic and Advanced Face-to-Face Training
- Blackboard Student Tutorials
- Blackboard Troubleshooting Assistance
- Much more!
- Online Content Organization
- Communication Tools
- ADA Compliance
- And more!
Email or call us at (806) 742-7227 for more information or to make an appointment.
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Shelby Crews was recently named the director for Texas Tech University's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. She'll work with volunteers to design educational programs for adults ages 50 and older in the South Plains, Fredericksburg, Junction and Marble Falls.
Texas Tech University Independent School District (TTUISD) was ranked as one of the best online high school programs in the nation by Best College Reviews. While 25 schools were recognized, TTUISD was ranked No. 4 overall and was the highest ranked program in Texas.
The TTU College of Human Sciences' GPIDEA Campus Coordinator, Taylor Wright, received a "Great IDEA Award" at the Great Plains IDEA Spring Meeting for her outstanding service to distance learning students recently.
More Worldwide eLearning news and informative articles can be found in our e-newsletter for faculty and staff involved with online courses.