English instructor awarded with Outstanding Distance Learning Faculty Award
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English instructor awarded with Outstanding Distance Learning Faculty Award


Kilgore College is pleased to announce that Michelle Wilder, English instructor, has been recognized with a 2013 Outstanding Distance Learning Faculty Award.


Ten educators across Northeast Texas were awarded with this annual recognition by the Northeast Texas Consortium of Colleges and Universities at its annual conference Aug. 7 at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches.


Recipients were chosen for the award by contributing in the most highly creative ways to teach and learn using technology.



This year’s awards were presented to:


Michelle Wilder, Kilgore College

Julie Mays, Angelina College

Heidi Wooten, Northeast Texas Community College

Natalie Oswalt, Panola College

Heather Olson-Beal, Stephen F. Austin State University

Catherine Howard, Texarkana College

Donna Bennett, Trinity Valley Community College

Lynn Sitton and Claudia “Beth” Long, Tyler Junior College

Shannon Cox-Kelley, UT Health Northeast



About the NETC:


The Northeast Texas Consortium is a partnership among the higher education institutions with a mission to increase access to educational and rural health programs for the people of Northeast Texas through collaboration and technology. The Consortium’s most visible project, NETnet, is a wide-area broadband network serving more than 15 college campuses. The awards were presented at the group’s annual distance learning conference with the theme, The Power of Online Learning, held at SFASU.


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