CTE Helps With Digital Design For Student Success
The Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) is coordinating Texas A&M’s collaborative efforts on the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s Digital Design for Student Success (D2S2) project. The project aims to develop, deploy, and scale high-quality introductory college course materials that incorporate innovative digital instructional design to improve student success. The D2S2 project charges collaborating institutions, Texas A&M, UT-Austin, and Rice, to create course-specific open-access instructional content and associated training materials. Texas A&M chose introductory English, history and physics courses as they serve significant numbers of students statewide and beyond. All resulting materials will be housed within the THECB’s OERTX, an open-education resources library for use by any interested instructor.
Read more about the joint efforts here: https://artsci.tamu.edu/news/2022/09/texas-am-faculty-delivering-on-digital-innovation-to-improve-student-success.html.