EDTC 3771    Technology for Teaching    3 s.h.

Introduction to the issues, pedagogies, and skills associated with the use of technology in the educational process. Experiences with computers and educational technology include computer productivity software, information retrieval sources, creation of instructional materials, selection/evaluation of hardware and software, telecommunications, Internet, and introductory multimedia. Emphasis on use and assessment of computers and media as educational tools. Required of all candidates for teaching certificates. Two hours lecture, two hours lab.
Prereq.: Admission to upper-division status in COE.

EDTC 5899    Integration of Instructional Computing    3 s.h.

Planning for and integrating computing into classroom instruction and the utilization of a variety of hardware, systems, and peripherals in educational environments. Review and use of educational software in, and develop software integration projects for curricular areas, including instructional uses of productivity software, the Internet, telecommunications, desktop publishing, desktop video, multimedia, and record keeping.
Prereq.: EDTC 3771.

EDTC 6905    Technology in Instructional Settings    3 s.h.

This course provides an introduction to the technological issues, theories and skills used in instructional settings. EDTC 6905 covers current technologies (equipment and software) that facilitate productivity and/or instructional practice. Discussions and projects can be adapted for various target audiences. This course may not be used to satisfy the requirements for the technology endorsement, but this must be taken before technology endorsement courses are taken, unless a comparable course has been taken that satisfies the prerequisite.

EDTC 6920    Instructional Design    3 s.h.

Focuses on a systematic method for the design and development of instruction. Relevant literature reviewed. Candidates will apply instructional design principles and practices. Portions of the course may be offered on-site, on-line, or as a combination.
Prereq.: EDTC 3771 or EDTC 6905, or permission of instructor.

EDTC 6930    Instructional Multimedia Authoring    3 s.h.

This course focuses on the application of instruction design principles to the design and development of a multimedia instructional program. Portions of the course may be offered on-site, on-line, or as a combination.
Prereq.: EDTC 3771 or EDTC 6905, or permission of instructor.

EDTC 6940    Distance Education and Online Information Dissemination    3 s.h.

Focuses on various aspects of distance education and online dissemination from planning to delivery. Social, legal, and ethical issues will also be covered. Portions of the course may be offered on-site, on-line, or as a combination.
Prereq.: EDTC 3771 or EDTC 6905, or permission of instructor.

EDTC 6945    Action Research in Educational Technology    3 s.h.

Focuses on action research as it applies to educational technology. Topics include research questions, methods, data collection and analysis, and conclusions. Portions of the course may be offered on-site, on-line, or as a combination.
Prereq.: Admission to program and demonstration of NETS-T competency.

EDTC 6950    Principles, Processes, and Supervision of Networking    3 s.h.

Provides theoretical foundation and hands-on experience needed for individuals who supervise the installation and/or operation of a network. Topics include hardware/software, system analysis and design, protocols, security, and case studies.
Prereq.: EDTC 3771 or EDTC 6905, or permission of instructor.

EDTC 6960    Educational Technology and Professional Development    3 s.h.

Focuses on the needs of the adult learner in educational technology professional development situations. Related learning theory, professional development models, and applications will be covered. Portions of the course may be offered on-site, on-line, or as a combination.
Prereq.: EDTC 3771 or EDTC 6905, or permission of instructor.

EDTC 6965    Technology Planning for Instructional Environments    3 s.h.

Focuses on designing, developing a technology plan, and evaluating facilities and resources. Topics include hardware/software, staff development, curriculum integration, accessibility, legal and ethical considerations, and funding. Portions of the course may be offered on-site, distance learning, or as a combination.
Prereq.: EDTC 3771 or EDTC 6905, or permission of instructor.

EDTC 6985    Portfolio in Educational Technology    1 s.h.

Designed to highlight candidate's knowledge of educational technology. Candidates may modify assignments from prerequisite courses to demonstrate knowledge and skills; modifications will not alter grades earned in other EDTC courses. Portfolio reviewed by EDTC faculty. Must be taken during the same semester as EDTC 6990 and successfully completed by the end of the fifth week of the semester.
Prereq.: Admission to program and EDTC 6920, EDTC 6930, EDTC 6940, EDTC 6945, EDTC 6950, EDTC 6960, and EDTC 6965.

EDTC 6990    Practicum in Educational Technology    2 s.h.

Requires that the graduate candidate perform educational technology tasks in an instructional setting for a minimum of 30 clock hours. Candidate must enroll in this course during the same semester as EDTC 6985. Course completed in the last 10 weeks of the semester.
Prereq.: Admission to program and EDTC 6920, EDTC 6930, EDTC 6940, EDTC 6945, EDTC 6950, EDTC 6960, EDTC 6965, EDTC 6985.