Guide to Choosing Digital Content and Curriculum

| July 18, 2016

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The Center for Digital Education with Dr. Kecia Ray have developed a detailed resource outlining best practices, case studies and resources to help navigate challenges and inspire when developing or modifying your blended learning programs. The guide will help you:Establish a strategic plan for your digital transformation.

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