WETIA stands for World Evangelical Theological Institute Association. We are a nonprofit service and research organization supporting the world’s evangelical theological colleges and seminaries with new technologies that keep them relevant and vital.

Through the generosity of private donors, foundations, and corporations, WETIA is able to accomplish our broad mission of helping these organizations maximize the full potential of e-learning.

Dr. Walker Tzeng
Executive Director

WETIA Launches EdBrite, a Free/Affordable LMS and SIS

WETIA is pleased to announce its sponsorship in launching EdBrite, an integrated learning management system (LMS) and student information system (SIS).

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Education Technology Workshop in Germany

WETIA hosted an education technology workshop at the KBA conference of German bible schools and seminaries held November 20-21, 2014. Schools from across Germany and Europe attended the workshop...

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WETIA Newsletter

WETIA's newsletter features news from around education technology, tips, advance, and resources for theological institutions. This is the fourth edition of WETIA's quarterly newsletters.

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Software Engineering and Information Technology Research

The widespread adoption of Internet technologies and the integration of communication networks into everyday organizational work has led to an increasing interest in the role that information systems.

Digital Solutions for Academic Institutions

WETIA schools collaborate on digital solutions including: code sharing, discussion forums, user groups, student corner, articles, resources.

Distance Learning

With Distance Learning Remote Experiments, professors can provide live demonstrations, students can access laboratories after hours, and researchers collaborate on research.


A free resource centre and a forum on evangelical theological education.


A searchable Internet database listing evangelical, pastoral, theological and missionary training courses in all countries.


ICETE is a global community, sponsored by nine regional associations of theological schools.


The Council for Christian Colleges and Universities.