Course Sharing Across Texas Community Colleges
Since its founding as the Virtual College of Texas in 1998, DigiTex has facilitated inter-institutional course sharing across the state, with more than 50,000 students accessing courses needed for completion of credentials. In 2019, DigiTex partnered with Acadeum for more effective and efficient course sharing in Texas and potentially beyond. Through course sharing, the state’s 50 public community college districts collaborate to keep students on track to completion.
How the DigiTex Consortium Expands Rural Student Access to STEM Courses
The Digital Higher Education Consortium of Texas (DigiTex) partnered with Acadeum to establish a collaborative consortium that ensures every learner in the state of Texas has access to in-demand courses, no matter where they live, while helping community colleges create new pathways to college completion.
Greater Texas Foundation Grant Success Story: Broc Kieschinick
Through the power of course sharing and the DigiTex Consortium, students have increased access to courses when they need them. Read Broc's story of how utilizing course sharing shortened his time to completion and created pathways to an in-demand career.
Learn How Course Sharing Expands Rural Student Access to STEM Courses
Through course sharing, powered by Acadeum, Texas community colleges ensure that every learner in the state has access to in-demand courses, no matter where they live. Learn about the recent grant awarded to DigiTex by the Greater Texas Foundation to scale course sharing among community colleges and expand access to STEM courses at rural institutions.
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