Texas Tech University

eLearning Council

The eLearning Council serves in an advisory capacity to the provost regarding matters related to distributed learning. The council provides leadership in determining academic policies, procedures and priorities concerning distributed learning. The council also reviews proposals for distance and off-campus degrees, certificate programs, minors, and concentrations.

Voting members shall consist of appointed representatives of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources; Architecture; Arts and Sciences; Business Administration; Education; Engineering; Graduate School; Honors; Human Sciences; Media & Communication; Visual & Performing Arts; Law School; Library; as well as representatives of University Studies, Student Affairs, the Teaching, Learning & Professional Development Center, an Information Technology representative, and the Regional Site directors. The council is chaired by the associate vice provost for eLearning.

Ex-officio members include representatives from 1) Provost Office representative; 2) Institutional Research representative; 3) TTUHSC representative; 4) Office of Planning & Assessment representative; 5) Faculty Senate representative; 6) eLearning representative(s); 7) Staff Senate representative; 8) Academic Testing Services representative; 9) Office of the Registrar representative.

Learn more here about the eLearning Council.

Below are eLearning Council meeting agendas and minutes since 2007.