EDUC 567 - The Internet in Education
Focuses on the process of connecting learners with remote resources as primary or secondary means of learning. Examines the systematic design and development of distance learning environments (e.g., video, computer, and Internet-based delivery systems) with special consideration to learner needs and varied communication channels. Students plan and design instructional sequences, then apply distance learning techniques that address issues such as the need for real-time vs. delayed interaction. The evolving roles of technology, faculty, and learners are discussed. The course will be taught using the technologies demonstrated in class.
Prerequisite(s): EDUC 214, EDUC 565 , or equivalent
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