Studies in Digital Learning
Digital Learning explores the effects of new media and innovative technologies in instructional settings. Graduate students will examine how technology shapes and enhances learning environments with emphasis on design, development and assessment. Learning theory and curricular constructs are explored and instructional strategies are applied to enable appropriate digital applications in diverse contexts. Students will also learn how to lead and manage digital innovation in professional settings, analyzing essential conditions for appropriate implementation, staff development, security issues and policies for ethical use.
CUST 562 Introduction to Curriculum Issues and Theories
EDUC 500 Research Methodology in Education Part I
EDUC 521 Readings and Discourse in Education
ETEC 511 Conceptualizing Educational Technology
ETEC 550 Designing Instruction
ETEC 553 Leading and Managing Educational Technology Innovation
ETEC 557 Instructional Strategies for Digital Learning
ETEC 559 Creating ICT-Enhance Learning Environments
EDUC 598 Guided and linked to support innovation in the workplace
Delivery: Blended with online and onsite campus experience
Applications for September 2013 intake: December 31, 2012.
Faculty of Education
UBC's Okanagan Campus
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