• Learn about Eagle Apps SIS at EDUCAUSE

    DXtera, along with member Boston College, is excited to host two sessions at EDUCAUSE (10/15 and 10/16) to share information about a new Student Information System called EagleApps.  Boston College has developed and deployed this next generation system using our architecture and features over the past few years.  We are partnering with them to bring this to the DXtera community and enable our members to participate in the Eagle Apps Community.  For more details go here.
  • Cast Your Vote to See DXtera at SXSW EDU 2020!

    The SXSW PanelPicker is now open and your vote can help secure a spot on the agenda for DXtera: Next Generation Integration Scorecard

    Voting is open now through August 23rd.

    How to Vote

    1. Create a SXSW account or Sign In.
    2. Go to the SXSW EDU PanelPicker page and search for the panel listed above - or click on the link provided.
    3. Click on the panel and select, 'Vote Up'.
    4. Share with your friends, family and colleagues and encourage them to vote.
    5. Share and retweet @DXteraInstitute posts about the panel!
  • T3 Innovation Network

    As a growing consortium focused on removing barriers to exchange digital information, DXtera is proud to be engaged with the T3 Innovation Network.  We will be directly involved in the collaborative projects emerging and encourage all of our members to be engaged with these shared efforts.  
  • Welcome Message from Dale Allen

    Welcome to the DXtera Community site!

    DXtera Institute is only as good as our members, and we’re inviting you to take that collaboration to the next level through our new community platform. DXtera Institute is a community for ambitious educators, administrators, and change-makers of all types who are driven to grow themselves and the institutions in which they serve, and now we can have conversations, in real-time, that make a real impact. 

    Along with the latest actionable advice, tactics, and strategies, we share unique thought-provoking perspectives and personal, real-life stories of the triumphs (and tribulations) that come with student success. 

    We encourage you to use this community to share what you're working on, ask and answer questions, and give and ask for feedback with your peers and other members of the consortium.

    We look forward to connecting with you!