The Center for Educational Technologies creates high-impact solutions designed to address today’s educational challenges.

Get To Know Us
The Center for Educational Technologies (CET) was created to address classroom challenges by developing high-impact educational resources. Learn more about our story.

Collaborate With a Talented Team
We work with subject matter experts from all fields to create unique learning experiences. Our collaborations transform conventional instructional materials into interactive learning tools. Partner with us to create your own educational resources.

Generate Revenue From Your Big Ideas
With growing demand for our educational content, we launched our own business to deliver them to other organizations. Enlist our team to assist with the commercialization process.

Transform Your Curriculum
Our educational resources blend best practices in student-centered learning with innovative technologies. Other schools took note and wanted to use this content in their own curriculum. Explore how you can revamp your curriculum.

Deliver Your Content To Others
We needed a way to share our resources so we began delivering them on our own platform. Other organizations had the same challenge and noticed our streamlined solution. Deliver your content with us to track and report student progress.

Create Your Own Instructional Materials
Early on, our team recognized existing e-learning authoring tools didn’t meet all of our needs so we built our own, StepStone. Create your own instructional materials using our web-based software tool.


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CET Welcomes New Instructional Technologist

October 20, 2020
If you’re interested in sharing your course or training program online, contact the newest member of the team at the Center for…
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Texas A&M Vet School Shares Online Curriculum with CVMs

April 20, 2020
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Professional Programs Office and the Center for Educational Technologies at Texas A&M University…
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Texas A&M System Receives Federal Grant from Farm Bill

April 6, 2020
Texas A&M AgriLife Research has been awarded $450,000 in federal funding from the Farm Bill to address specific critical activities…