The Learning Technology Consortium is a collaboration among universities with common interests and challenges in learning and teaching with technology.
The current members of the consortium are:
About the LTC
The Learning Technology Consortium was initiated in 1998 by University of Pittsburgh Vice Provost Robert Pack as a partnership of institutions with similar instructional goals, strong technology and faculty support programs, and an interest in collaboration in the area of teaching and learning with technology.
LTC representatives meet semiannually at a member campus. At these meetings and through membership in LTC, members are provided opportunities for:
Conversations with learning technology leaders on the selection, implementation, and challenges of various learning technologies
Benchmarking services, organizational structures, strategic plans, and institutional policies with higher ed leaders