AECT-HI is an organization of Learning Design & Technology (formerly Educational Technology) faculty, alumni, and graduate students at the University of Hawaiʻi. The organization, as stated in the AECT-HI Bylaws, was established to provide graduate students in the Learning Design & Technology Department at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa with professional, social, and cultural support, a forum for discussion about student issues, and official representation to the UH Graduate Student Organization. It also serves to provide alumni the opportunity to stay in touch with the department.
AECT-HI conducts a variety of professional and social activities among graduate students, faculty, and alumni. Among these activities include orientations for new students every Fall semester, graduation party every Spring semester, workshops on professional development, a wide range of social outings, and get-togethers.
AECT-HI membership is open to all graduate students in the Learning Design & Technology department and alumni. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
DISCLAIMER: Although AECT-HI is a Registered Independent Organization of the University of Hawaiʻi that has members who are University of Hawaiʻi students and faculty, AECT-HI is independent of the University and does not represent the views of the University. AECT-HI is responsible for its own contracts, acts, or omissions.
Provide professional development activities, leadership opportunities, and networking opportunities for its members.
Provide a campus-based focal point for individuals interested in using technology in education in association with the Learning Design and Technology (LTEC) department.
Build a network among LTEC students, faculty, and alumni. Provide a learning community where its members can continue to assist each other.