TxDLA Promotes, Connects and Leads
the Distance Learning community by promoting leadership, participation and recognition in online learning and innovative educational practices.
Membership in TxDLA includes numerous opportunities to network with distance learning professionals and provides access to a wealth of knowledge in a variety of distance learning-related publications and communications.
Leading Distance Learning in Texas
TxDLA promotes, connects and leads the Distance Learning community by promoting leadership, participation and recognition in online learning and innovative educational practices.
The country's largest community of distance learning practitioners providing a platform for debate and the sharing of knowledge among schools, government, nonprofits, and corporations.
Grow your career
December 2-3, 2020, Online. USDLA is hosting their conference, International Forum for Women in E-Learning (IFWE) in December 2020.
January 11 - February 21, 2020, Online only. TxDLA offers a Digital Accessibility Certification Program three to four times a year which positions online course instructors, instructional designers, program administrators, ADA coordinators and researchers to be on the leading edge of this important issue by providing them with an understanding of the current state of accessibility for people with disabilities; the latest legal enforcement actions including resolution agreements, court cases, and consent decrees, while equipping them with an understanding of Universal Design for Learning and practical skills in making digital content accessible.
Seeking Submissions for the TxDLA Journal of Distance Learning
The Journal is an open access and continuous publication for original manuscripts with emphasis on the body of knowledge in the areas of educational practice in distance learning in educational institutions and community settings. Submissions may be contributed by any current TxDLA member.