The PGA of America partnered with the University of North Texas to offer “Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, & Access Essentials” training for all of their employees, 41 sections and nearly 28,000 professionals.
This professional development, which is provided through the ever-popular Coursera format, was created by UNT’s Division of Digital Strategy and Innovation and UNT’s Division of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access.
Through a custom cohort option, PGA of America employees and professi...
Dr. Adam Fein, vice president for digital strategy and innovation and chief information officer, discusses embedding microcredentials within existing degree programs on an episode of Enrollment Growth University, a podcast from Helix Education.
The UNT Division of Digital Strategy and Innovation (UNT DSI) is excited to welcome the Professional Development Experience (PDX) program to the DSI Enterprise portfolio.
DENTON (UNT), Texas —Today, University of North Texas announced they have been selected as an education partner for Amazon’s Career Choice program, providing Amazon’s hourly employees access to a variety of online and in-person programs.
Congratulations to Dr. Susan Watson and Dr. Kara Fulton, individual winners of the University-wide DSI CLEAR 2022 Outstanding Online Course & Teacher award!
To advance DSI's mission of providing UNT faculty with innovative instructional expertise, the faculty development specialists in DSI CLEAR have reviewed and curated resources for you. We invite you to spend an hour refreshing your inclusive instruction skills.
Come enjoy a free lunch and make your online course more inclusive! Accessibility is the first step in inclusive curricula. The online learning experts in DSI CLEAR will show you step-by-step how to make your online course content accessible for all students.
DENTON (UNT), Texas —The University of North Texas announces a partnership with Google to help students and working adults learn job-ready skills for tech careers. Anyone who completes the Google IT Support Certificate can receive up to 12 college credits toward the IT concentration of the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree at UNT.