Technology and Innovation

  • Frequently Asked Questions About the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education

  • Benchmarks: WICHE Region 2013 presents information on the West’s progress in improving access to, success in, and financing of higher education. The information is updated annually to monitor change over time and encourage its use as a tool for informed discussion in policy and education communities.

  • WICHE ICE enables students, through their home institutions, to seamlessly access high quality online courses and programs offered by other four-year and two-year ICE member institutions.

  • Based on Priority I of the Work Plan and Project Management commitment, the eight institutions involved in the CHEO initiative are responsible for increasing the attainment of certifications, certificates, diplomas, and other industry-recognized credentials for TAACCCT-eligible workers and other adults to that they can enter high-wage, high-skill employment or re-employment in growth industry sectors.

  • Focuses on the effectiveness of alternative modes of education, serving as a companion to Thomas L. Russell's book The No Significant Difference Phenomenon.

  • Supplies a set of resources to determine the costs of offering a course through different delivery methods.

  • WCET’s annual meeting continues to be one of the top-rated conferences in the country on e-learning in higher education. The conference program broadly captures a host of issues such as innovative uses of technology to enhance teaching, student retention, marketing, alumni relations, and student services.

  • WCET is the leading national, member-driven, non –profit organization devoted to advancing excellence in technology-enhanced higher education, working at the intersection of practice, policy and te