EDTC 805: Cross-Discipline Studies in Technology Professor: Dr. Zieger
The focus of the course is exploration and evaluation of advanced and emergent technologies and the means by which educational and training leaders learn about them and sustain them in a learning environment. This course assists educational and corporate professionals to develop innovative educational and organization practices across disciplines. Below are the assignments completed for this course.
EDTC 807: Implementation & Evaluation of Curriculum Professor: Dr. Amerman
This course will provide candidates with a comprehensive understanding of the landscape of implementation and evaluation of educational technology programs. The philosophies, methods, and processes of curriculum design in educational technology will provide the framework for curricular models; resources for decision-making; and evaluation methods for educational and corporate settings. Below are the assignments completed for this course.
EDTC 808: Summer Institute in Educational Technology Leadership II Professor: TBD
This course is the second five-week intensive summer seminar for Year II doctoral cohort candidates. The course focuses on building the skills, knowledge, understanding and commitment necessary to become effective leaders in a variety of organizational settings. Below are the assignments completed for this course.
EDTC 814: Advanced Effective Models of E-Learning Professor: TBD
At an advanced level, this course focuses on concepts and strategies necessary to step into a leadership role in the integration and application of technology and E-learning. Students explore delivering instruction through multimedia and/or multiple modalities with a focus on matching appropriate technologies to learning outcomes. Students will also explore the role of leadership in balancing the priorities of technology integration and curriculum decisions. Below, are the assignments completed for this course.
EDTC 816: Advanced Methods for Building Online Communities Professor: TBD
The course prepares students for roles as online community researchers, designers, managers, and users. It will introduce important concepts, terms, and theories about online communities. Students will gain a better understanding of how social science research can help design interaction spaces that encourage community building. Below, are the assignments completed for this course.
EDTC 817: Advanced Development and Managing Distance Learning Programs Professor: TBD
Delivering high-quality distance learning programs requires innovation in program development and delivery. In this course, students will analyze the relevant issues impacting distance education and incorporate an understanding of the historical and current evolution of distance learning into a vision for the future. Students will explore industry best practices in planning, launching, maintaining, and coordinating distance education programs. Below, are the assignments completed for this course.