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CIE’s ASKME™ provides opportunities for online learning and independence

ASKME online courses


CIE provides high school students with the ASKME™ online math and science courses. ASKME uses the latest technologies and learning techniques to help students succeed academically and assume greater responsibility.

Register today for “Marshall Goldsmith: Positive Actions Leaders Must Take to Start Winning Ag

Marshall Goldsmith


There is still time to register for this week’s exclusive Marshall Goldsmith Webinar. The event takes place Wednesday, April 14, from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Thompson Conference Center. Learn more about this dynamic and game-changing offering from CIE.

Road Scholar offers lifelong learners opportunities for study and travel

Road Scholars


CIE's Road Scholar program provides adult learners in Texas with opportunities to travel while learning about history, nature, art and much more. Two upcoming excursions include exploring Kansas City, MO, and getting a behind-the-scenes look at the Kentucky Derby.

UTCPE helps Round Rock school improve performance


CIE sponsors the UT Center for Performance Excellence (UTCPE), a program that helps business, education, military and healthcare organizations achieve and sustain excellence. Discover how Teravista Elementary School in Round Rock ISD improved with help from UTCPE.

How To Get the Most From Your Company Web Site, Part II

Get the most of your company Web site, part II


In Part II of this "how to," discover how sitemaps, analytics and landing pages can help you optimize your Web site so that search engines - and customers - can find you on the Web.

You’ve Got Mail

Early UT correspondence courses


Before e-mail and the Internet ushered in a new world of distance learning opportunities, CIE relied on the venerable U.S. Postal Service for distance learning. Our communication methods may have changed since 1910, but our mission has stayed the same.

OLLI’s Bernard Ortiz de Montellano finds rewards in unexpected places

Bernard Ortiz de Montellano


Bernard Ortiz de Montellano is a member of UT QUEST™, of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. He offers, "Who would imagine how much one could learn about history, politics, economics, science and art from a lecture on quilts."

Students honored at 2010 Migrant Student Recognition Ceremony


Forty outstanding high school migrant students from across Texas were recognized on March 29 at the 23rd annual Migrant Student Recognition Ceremony at The University of Texas at Austin. Our video cameras were on hand to capture the event.

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