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Free Workshop Addresses Equity in Digital Learning

Every Learner Everywhere, a network of organizations focused on education technologies, teaching practices and support services for blended and online learning environments, is offering a free virtual workshop on the topic of equity in digital learning. The eight-week course, titled Educational Equity Through Digital Learning, is open to all faculty with priority given to those in adjunct and non-tenured positions.

Participants will attend synchronous sessions with national leaders and access asynchronous resources such as peer discussion groups, readings, worksheets and guides. The course offers three themed learning tracks: adaptive learning and courseware; differentiated instruction for online and blended environments; and evidence-based teaching and learning. In addition, bi-weekly coaching and prep sessions will provide personalized support to help faculty identify and meet their teaching goals.

The course runs June 15 through Aug. 6. For more information, visit the Every Learner Everywhere site.

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Rhea Kelly is editor in chief for Campus Technology, THE Journal, and Spaces4Learning. She can be reached at [email protected].

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