This project is made possible by a grant from the Multimedia Educational Information Delivery Initiative of the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Telecommunications and Information Technology at the University of Texas System, under the auspices of Dr. Mario J. Gonzalez, Vice Chancellor. This project will be undertaken by the Office of Technology Planning and Distance Learning at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). The Principal Investigator for this project is Dr. Henry T. Ingle, Associate Vice President for Technology Planning and Distance Learning and Professor of Communication. The Project Director is Mr. Phillip K. McCarty, Senior Staff Associate in the UTEP Office of Technology Planning and Distance Learning.
The goal of The Borderlands Encyclopedia is the design, development and implementation of a multimedia instructional resource on contemporary issues of the U.S.-Mexico border for broad-based distribution to other educational agencies utilizing the WWW and CD-ROM technologies. For a detailed description of the project go to Project Description
In addition to the materials already contained in The Borderlands Encyclopedia, the project leaders are dedicated to a collaboration with many education institutions for the effective delivery of these resources and materials. Every effort will be made to point to a variety of resources addressing the area of U.S.-Mexico Border Studies. In our continued efforts to deliver the best content, we present the opportunity for contributions to The Borderlands Encyclopedia. If you are interested in becoming an Information Provider, go to Call For Participation and review the Guidelines for Submissions.
DISCLAIMER: The Borderlands Encylopedia Development Team and the Office of Technology Planning and Distance Learning does not endorse materials included in the Borderlands Encyclopedia. The Borderlands Encyclopedia is only a repository of information for ready and available resources and does not engage in critiquing and/or editing of materials submitted.
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: a detailed description of project
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
Please direct comments and questions to Phillip McCarty, TBE Project Director, at