Learning Technology Advisory Committee**
The LTAC engages in substantive policy research and discussion regarding the role that learning technology plays in Texas higher education. LTAC also reviews institutional proposals for doctoral programs offered via distance education. The LTAC informs the Coordinating Board of how distance education and computer assisted instruction, including e-learning tools such as electronic textbooks and open course materials, can help the state reach the goals of 60x30TX.
Current status: Standing, non-statutory
Meeting Schedule: Meets 4-6 time per year, including teleconferences to consider distance education doctoral programs
LTAC Members: Membership currently includes representatives from public community and technical colleges, universities, and health related institutions as well as one student member. Membership terms are for three years with the possibility of reappointment.
- Distance Education and Learning Technologies Survey Results 2016 vs 2018 Trend Analysis
- Survey of Distance Education and Learning Technologies 2018 Report
Inquiries should be directed to Andrew.Lofters@highered.texas.gov.