Students may begin this 15-credit certificate in the fall or spring terms. The required courses and suggested sequence are as follows:
|EDET 6005||Learning with Emerging Technologies: Theory & Practice||3|
|EDET 6015||Instructional Design for Online Learning Environments||3|
|EDET 6025||Assessing Learning in Digital Environments||3|
|EDET 6130||Facilitating Learning with Emerging Technologies in Blended & Online Environments||3|
|Choose one (3 credits):||3|
|Media Literacies in Emerging Technologies|
|Digital Games Simulations & Learning|
|Advanced Instructional Design with Multimedia|
Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:
- Analyze the ways in which different learning theories inform the choices that educators make in planning, creating and facilitating learning experiences with new technologies.
- Demonstrate the ability to use technology tools and skills beyond traditional modes of production.
- Compare different paradigms of knowledge, authority and control, and how they are manifested in different learning environments.
- Critique/evaluate existing technology and digital tool use.
- Design, disseminate and study the usability of technology tools that will be used by learners in one’s own work environment.
- Identify and incorporate digital tools that address needs of diverse learners, especially those with disabilities.
- Demonstrate understanding of issues of copyright, intellectual property rights, and creating work in online environments and open educational resource repositories.