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The Learning Technology Development Council (LTDC) of the UW System initially conceived of Teaching with Technology Today as a means of more effectively examining and conveying how learning technologies affect and enhance teaching, learning, and research. During the spring semester of the 1996-97 academic year, UW System's Office of Learning and Information Technology (OLIT) supported a pilot project to publish a System-wide newsletter of this type. After a six-month break, the project was fully reinstated in the spring semester of 1997-98 and has continued ever since.

TTT's main goal is to provide an online resource that addresses educational technology use by UW System faculty, staff, and students. TTT strives to represent a broad range of disciplines, a variety of technologies and levels of technological integration, and the full range of UW System campuses.

The repository of archived TTT articles serves as a permanent record of educational technology activities and provides users with a bank of practitioners who use learning technologies in their work. New issues of TTT are published monthly during the academic year and publicized via WISLRNTEC, a UW System-wide list on technology and pedagogical issues. WISLRNTEC is also used as a channel to disseminate information about conferences, grant opportunities, and job openings. The WISLRNTEC listserve is managed by the TTT editor.

If you have other questions or care to offer a suggestion regarding this project, please forward them to Tammy Kempfert, Editor, Teaching with Technology Today.



The Teaching with Technology Today project consists of a web-based NEWSLETTER and WISLRNTEC, a companion listserv where members discuss technology, pedagogy, and student learning. TTT was conceived of by the UW Learning Technology Development Council; it receives significant support from UW-Extension's Division of Continuing Education.