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2021 AECT BrochureLearn the why members join AECT... NETWORKING...PRESENTING...PUBLISHING...PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ACADEMIC PROGRAM ENDORSEMENT POLICYAECT has been approached to endorse academic programs including both degrees and certificates. Such endorsement is intended to validate the designated programs, which may provide a competitive advantage for the sponsoring institutions. In turn, endorsement serves to verify the integrity and standing of AECT as a leading professional association in the field of educational communications and technology.
AECT Board of Directors2018 AECT Board of Directors and Executive Committee
AECT By-LawsAECT By-Laws Revised March 2016
AECT Code of ConductAECT Code of Conduct Word document
AECT Code of ConductAECT Code of Conduct PDF format
AECT Code of Professional Ethics (Current)AECT Code of Professional Ethics updated December 12, 2018.
AECT Code of Professional Ethics March 2016
AECT Nominations Application Template- President Elect
AECT Nominations Call Template- President Elect
AECT Nominations General Information- President Elect
AECT Policy Manual July 2020 - RevisedAECT Policy Manual July 2020 - Revised Contains: Strategic Plan, Governance, Constituencies, Publications, Other Policies, Annual Convention, Financial and Office Policies, and AECT Employee Handbook
AECT President Elect General Information
AECT Privacy Position Statement
AECTEducationPartnerProgram.doc
AECTstandards2012.pdf
AECTstandardsREV2005.pdf
AECTStrategicPlanOctober2013.pdf
AECT_Division_Officers_Handb.doc
AECT_Standards_adopted7_16_2.pdf
AECT_Strategic_Plan_2015_1.pdf
AECT_Strategic_Plan_Progress.pdf
Dec_2016_Policy__Informatio.pdfAECT Policy Manual
Division Report FormThis document is template for the divisions to make semi-annual reports.
HandbookofResearchonEducatio.pdf
harassmentpolicy.pdf
Preview of ETR&D Special IssueThe special issue “A Synthesis of Systematic Review Research on Emerging Learning Environments and Technologies” edited by Drs. Florence Martin, Vanessa Dennen, and Curtis Bonk has assembled a noteworthy collection of systematic review articles, each focusing on a diferent aspect of emerging learning technologies. In this conclusion, we focus on these evidence-based reviews and their practical implications for practitioners as well as future researchers. While recognizing the merits of these reviews, we conclude our analysis by encouraging readers to consider conducting educational design research to address serious problems related to teaching, learning, and performance, collaborating more closely with teachers, administrators, and other practitioners in tackling these problems, and always striving to make a difference in the lives of learners around the world.
StrategicPlanSummary.docx
StrategicPlanSummary.pdf
Summer2018DIV_spreadsheet OPTIONAL

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