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Center for Educational Technologies & Staff Receive 2018 GoWeb Award for Transformational Learning & Innovation

The Center for Educational Technologies (CET) is the recipient of the 2018 GoWeb Award for Transformational Learning. The CET has earned this award for their contributions to transform learning at Texas A&M University. The CET’s submitted portfolio is available at…
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Texas A&M University and Cornell University join Forces to Advance Research in Veterinary Medicine Education and Expand Pipeline for Underrepresented Students

The $300,000 federal grant will fund research to develop and study the impact of a comprehensive collection of competency-based educational resources on antimicrobial resistance to aid veterinary education programs throughout the United States. Dr. Kevin Cummings, principal investigator for Cornell…
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CVM Welcomes New Director of the Center for Educational Technologies

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences has selected Dr. Nicola L. Ritter, an instructional assistant professor in the Department of Veterinary Integrative Biosciences, as the director of the Center for Educational Technologies (CET). Dr. Ritter assumed her new…
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The Voice of Kyle Field Teams up with Center for Educational Technologies

Chace Murphy, The “Voice of Kyle Field”, teams up with another Texas A&M University program, the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Science’s Center for Educational Technologies. Since 2001, Murphy has served as the PA voice for his alma mater’s…
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CET Develops First 360-degree Virtual Reality Video for Veterinary Education

Simply putting on a virtual reality (VR) headset can transport someone into an immersive digital environment. This technology has been used for both entertainment and educational purposes, including in medical schools, but for the first time is being leveraged in…