In the News
The Digital Fluency and Innovation program at ACC is getting a lot of attention. This new modality of offering microcredentials by accredited colleges and universities presents a lot of challenges and people are interested in our approach. Several colleges and organizations have asked us for interviews, to sit on panels, and present at conferences to share our model, what we’ve learned, and how our program is progressing.
This page features links to publications, presentations, events, and other sources, where ACC’s Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), Digital Fluency & Innovation, is in the spotlight. Keep coming back to this page to follow the latest news and events, sign up for our newsletter, and feel free to contact us if you want to know more about our program.
Publications Featuring Digital Fluency & Innovation at ACC
In an article exploring college enrollment challenges across the nation, Austin Community College District’s Quality Enhancement Plan, Digital Fluency and Innovation, is featured as a
UpSkill America — an initiative of the Economic Opportunities Program — and the Latinos and Society Program at the Aspen Institute, with support from Google.org,
The pandemic forced many small business owners to adopt new technology to stay competitive. Latino and other minority business owners were especially impacted by the
Digital Fluency & Innovation Presentations & Events
Linda Smarzik and Pam Fant-Saez represented ACC’s Digital Fluency and Innovation division in a webinar hosted by the Aspen Institute Latinos and Society Program and
Linda Smarzik and Ann Fant-Saez joined Abra McAndrew from the University of Arizona and Ashley Bianchi from Williams College on an online panel hosted by