ADEC -- Alaska Distance Education Consortium Listserv


About ADEC
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At the request of U.S. Senator Ted Stevens, University of Alaska President Mark Hamilton convened the Alaska Distance Education Consortium (ADEC) in the summer of 2000. The consortium is an executive group of policy makers representing higher education, K-12 education, vocational education, military affairs, health education and several other key stakeholders. At the January 2003 Executive Meeting, members approved the following mission for the Consortium.

􀂾 Develop a long-term distance education and technology strategic plan that effectively develops, coordinates, and expands distance education opportunities and Alaska’s information technology infrastructure.

􀂾 Determine the role of educators, telecommunication companies, community organizations, government agencies and other stakeholders in meeting the needs identified by members.

ADEC-L is devoted to distance education ("de") issues, policies and practices, in Alaska, including: de programs and opportunities; de curriculum and resources; de software and tools; de funding sources; SEGPs and state networks; broadband infrastructure; and broadband policies at the state and national levels.

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