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TTU Academic Partnerships

Inside the Office of Academic Partnerships

The Office of Academic Partnerships serves many functions for the benefit of Texas Tech students. Read more about the office, what it has accomplished and what they are planning in the future.

Export Control at Texas Tech

Distance learning has made education accessible from almost anywhere around the world. Thanks to export control, the university can offer education to students on a global scale, but there are a few exceptions. Learn more about what to keep in mind when teaching an online course.

TTU K-12 Partners With Chinese Academy of Sciences on Dual-Diploma Program

The new partnership signed in the summer allows up to 200 Chinese high school students per year to pursue an American diploma concurrently with their Chinese studies.

TTU K-12 Becomes Solution for School Bullying

Katye's situation happened more than 20 years ago, but the theme is still relevant today.

Online Student Stories

Student-Centered Discussions in Online Courses

While text readings may be important and appropriate for your course goals, balancing those with more student-centered strategies can make the learning experience more engaging and relevant to students. Discussion boards are a key student-centered strategy in online courses.

Is Your Online Course Accessible?

Because students are the focus of instruction at Texas Tech, the faculty and staff recognize their obligation to provide the best educational opportunity possible. One aspect of this obligation includes attention to the accessibility of courses. Learn how eLearning Accessibility Services at TTU eLearning and Academic Partnerships can help you determine the level of accessibility of your course.

Become an eLearning Pilot!

Stay connected with eLearning & Academic Partnerships by participating in future pilot programs. For more details about the program, see this eLearning Pilot Program article. To opt-in to the program, complete the eLearning Pilot Program Request form.

TTU Regional Sites

Regional Sites Host New Student Orientations

Some of the Texas Tech University regional sites recently held new student orientations to welcome in new Red Raiders. Read more about how the regional sites bring new Texas Tech students who may never visit Lubbock, into the Red Raider family.

Texas Tech at Waco Student Graduates as Banner Bearer

Stevie Sanchez graduated from Texas Tech University and was the banner bearer for University Programs at the summer commencement ceremonies in Lubbock. But as a student at Texas Tech's Waco regional teaching site, graduation day was the first time she had stepped foot on the main campus since 2005. Through Texas Tech at Waco, Stevie not only achieved her goals, but achieved them at a very high level.

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