CUIN 600 : Special Topics in Educational Technology

Topics vary according to learners' interests and needs and faculty members' availability. The course offers learners the opportunity to pursue current educational technologies and classroom integration with these technologies. The course's specific topic will change as new tools and instructional approaches are developed and disseminated. Typical subjects include management systems, databases, computer logic, design, education, science analysis, microprogramming, and artificial intelligence (Note: Students may receive credit more than once for this course as topics change).

Course Outcomes

After successfully completing the course, the learner will be able to:

  • Read and critically evaluate relevant academic and scientific literature in the specific topic area of the colloquium section taken.
  • Demonstrate gains in advanced levels of competency in the specific topic of an areas in instructional technology.
  • Discuss the relationship of a specialized area of instructional technology to the broader context of the field and their research interests.
  • Summarize current research and critically review the literature on a research project.

Overview

Discipline

Credits

3

CIP Code

13.0501