CET 2018 Year in Review

February 27, 2019 Publicity

The Center for Educational Technologies’ mission is to advance education by developing, implementing and evaluating innovative educational tools and resources. With a team comprised of technical, instructional, and multimedia specialists, the CET continues to serve our state, nation, and world through various research, teaching, and entrepreneurial endeavors – all of which are centered on providing engaging online educational resources.

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~$3 million in funding secured

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10 trainings held and 75 educational resources developed

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~$260,000 in new contract, educational resource, and hosting services revenue

The CET continues to work collaboratively with other university entities, state, federal, and international agencies, other colleges of veterinary medicine, non-governmental agencies, and industry to provide access to innovative and engaging educational resources anytime and in any place. The approach has led to the CET’s international reputation for excellence in curriculum development and resource hosting services.

Key Collaborators

• West Texas A&M University
• Prairie View A&M University
• Texas A&M University-Kingsville
• Tarleton State University
• Cornell University
• Colorado State University
• Ohio State University
• University of Guelph
• Oklahoma State University
• VetFolio
• Partners for Healthy Pets (PHP)
• Primary Care Veterinary Educators (PCVE)

Institutions Using CET Resources

• VetFolio
• UC Davis
• Cornell University
• University of Illinois
• Iowa State University
• Kansas State University
• University of Missouri
• Dechra Pharmaceuticals
• The Ohio State University
• Colorado State University
• TAMU College of Agriculture
• Partners for Healthy Pets (PHP)
• TAMU Medical Sciences Library
• TAMU College of AgriLife Sciences
• Primary Care Veterinary Educators (PCVE)

With partnerships and end users from all over the world, the CET’s work has growing global impact.

Developing curriculum for Syndaver models with the pre-clinical skills lab.

Lunch & Learn series offers professional development to faculty and staff.

The CET received the 2018 TAMU GoWeb Award for Transformational Learning