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9 Dec 2019 – 12 Dec 2020
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New NITLE Site
Beginning January 1, 2020, please see the NITLE site for events, resources and opportunities for collaboration, including those facilitated by staff working from NITLE’s office in Ann Arbor, Michican (formerly the Midwest Instructional Technology Center).
Please feel free to browse this site, which will remain online as an archive of collaborations and professional development activities provided by the Center for Educational Technology from 1997-2021.
Al-Musharaka featured in Educause Quarterly
Collaborative development of on-line curricular resources for Arab, Islamic and Middle Eastern studies has enabled liberal arts colleges to address a compelling need for themselves, higher education and the general public.
Opportunity to learn about GIS Initiative
March 7, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA
Strategic Planning for Digital Assets Management: Update
ACSTC hosted the “Strategic Planning for Digital Assets Management” symposium in Atlanta on December 1-3. Representatives from more than 30 participating colleges attended. Keynote presentations on strategy for digital assets management were delivered by David Seaman, Director, Digital Library Federation, and Roger Schonfeld, Ithaka Research.
Summer Software Engineering Internships
June 4-August 5, Southwestern University
Information about the ACM and GLCA colleges and universities participating in MITC
Institutions participating in MITC’s programs are the 26 liberal arts colleges in two consortia, the Associated Colleges of the Midwest and the Great Lakes Colleges Association.
Participating Institutions’ Calendars
Information on academic calendars of institutions participating in MITC to assist in planning inter-institutional collaborations
Instructional Technology Pages
MITC programs focus especially on instructional technology. Links are provided here to the instructional technology resources on the websites of participating institutions.
To disseminate information about programs and generate interest in participation, MITC works through a designated individual, the MITC liaison, at each member campus.
Midwest Instructional Technology Center
535 W. William St, Suite 3, Ann Arbor, MI 48103