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About DXL

About DXL

Established in January 2017, the office was originally entitled Distance & Digital Learning, as proposed in the 2020 University Strategic Plan: Status to Stature.

In November 2018, our office was relabeled to Digital & Extended Learning (DXL) to align with expanded responsibilities beyond digital learning, including:

  • Extend learning beyond traditional boundaries (format, pace, location, price, etc.)
  • Develop, promote and administer professional, lifelong learning
  • Incubation of new learning models, formats, practices, and services

DXL is associated with Community & Global Engagement (led by Dr. Nancy Hauck, Associate Provost) within the larger division of Academic Affairs.

Our Mission

We work closely with faculty, students and staff to advance, educate, promote and direct digital and extended learning offerings and services on campus, and beyond.

Our Values

The following values guide our work, interactions and priorities.

Integrity: We do what we say we will do.
Service: We put the needs of students and colleagues at the heart of everything we do.
People: We value our people and promote diversity in our teams and thinking.
Civility: We foster an environment where people interact in a professional, competent, polite, and caring manner.
Collaboration: We believe that the best results are achieved through teamwork, sharing, and open communication.
Innovation: We promote and implement creative and responsive ideas and solutions.
Excellence: We are committed to a high standard of work and performance.
Simplicity: We devote our efforts toward the things that matter most.
Results: We strategically focus on outcomes and foster continuous improvement.

Visit Our Office

Our main office is currently located in the Holland Centennial Commons, in a shared office suite with the Center for Teaching & Learning. Due to space limitations, we also have personnel located at North Plaza.

Office of Digital & Extended Learning
Holland Centennial Commons, Suite 320 (northwest corner)
225 South University Avenue
Saint George, Utah 84770

For those outside the DSU community, the closest visitor parking is available directly west of the Holland building, near the roundabout.

In the summer or early fall of 2019, we will be moving to Atwood Innovation Plaza (former East Elementary School) that is being remodeled to serve as regional and community hub for entrepreneurship, commercialization, and learning innovation.