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Distance Learning

The Instructional Technology program offers numerous courses via a distance. In fact, the entire Ed.S. and M.Ed. can be obtained online.This is a proposed schedule of course offerings via a distance.  Please note that this may change (especially in the summer) based on funding. 

Check the Course Offerings details about the courses and the options each semester. Note that many of these courses are also offered on campus, and enrollment in the online sections may be limited. Students should communicate with their advisors to determine which options are most appropriate.

  Semester Courses Available via a Distance  
  Fall

EDF6432: Foundations of Measurement

EDF6481: Foundations of Educational Research

EDG6627: Foundations of Curriculum and Instruction

EME5403: Computers in Education

EME6053: Internet in Education

EME6055: Current Trends in Instructional Technology

EME6207: Web Design

EME6235: Technology Project Management

EDF6284: Problems in Instructional Design for Computers

EME6457: Distance Learning

EME6930: Flash

EME7458: Research in Distance Learning

EME7631: Research in Technology Project Management

 
  Spring

CGS6210: Microcomputer Hardware in Education

EDF6284: Problems in Instructional Design

EDF6432: Foundations of Measurement

EDF6481: Foundations of Educational Research

EME5403: Computers in Education

EME6053: Internet in Education

EME6055: Current Trends in Instructional Technology

EME6207: Web Design

EME6208: Interactive Media

EME6457: Distance Learning

EME6613: Development of Technology-Based Education

EME6930: Web Programming 1

EME7458: Research in Distance Learning

EME7615: Instructional Game Design for eBooks

 
  Summer

EDF6432: Foundations of Measurement

EDF6481: Foundations of Educational Research

EDG6627: Foundations of Curriculum and Instruction

EME6053: Internet in Education

EME6055: Current Trends in Instructional Technology

EME6207: Web Design

EME6208: Interactive Media

EDF6284: Problems in Instructional Design for Computers

EME6457: Distance Learning

EME7458: Research in Distance Learning

 
       

Some of the courses are entirely online; others begin with an orientation meeting on a Saturday at the beginning of the semester. At this initial meeting, the students meet their professor, review the course requirements, receive information on course materials, and receive answers to any questions they may have about the course.

Throughout the semester, the students work individually on course projects and assignments. In addition, they can collaborate with their classmates, and they will be guided through the activities with online and/or telephone discussions with their professor. Projects and assignments will be sent to the course instructor via the Internet.

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