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  • Educational Technology 1

    EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGYPenny Thompson, PhDAssistant Professor and Coordinator

    The mission of Oklahoma State University's Educational Technologyprogram is to facilitate the growth of scholars and educationaltechnology professionals through rigorous programs of study thatprovide exceptional hands-on, collaborative, and innovative learning,research and service experiences and are highly regarded at theinternational, national, state, and university levels The program website,edtech.okstate.edu (http://edtech.okstate.edu), offers greater detail.

    CoursesEDTC3123 Applications of Educational TechnologiesDescription: Introduction to the design and development of instructionusing educational media and technology. Materials development,contemporary applications of computers and other electronic systemsto instruction. Integration of instructional design, instructional media,and instructional computing. May not be used for degree credit withEDTC4113. Previously offered as CIED 3122.Credit hours: 3Contact hours: Lecture: 3Levels: UndergraduateSchedule types: LectureDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC4113 Applications of Media and TechnologyDescription: Introduction to the application of media and technology toformal and informal learning situations. Intended for non-professionaleducation majors. May not be used for degree credit with EDTC3123.Previously offered as CIED 4113.Credit hours: 3Contact hours: Lecture: 3Levels: UndergraduateSchedule types: LectureDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC5000 Masters Report or ThesisPrerequisites: Consent of instructor.Description: Students studying for a master's degree enroll in this coursefor a total of 2 credit hours if they write a report or 6 hours if they write athesis. Offered for variable credit, 1-6 credit hours, maximum of 6 credithours.Credit hours: 1-6Contact hours: Other: 1Levels: GraduateSchedule types: Independent StudyDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC5053 Learning in a Digital AgeDescription: Foundational understanding of digital learning includinghistory, definitions, common assumptions, cultural competence, ethicalissues, standards, methods, and models to maximize digital learners'experience in educational and corporate settings.Credit hours: 3Contact hours: Lecture: 3Levels: GraduateSchedule types: LectureDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC5103 Advanced Computing Applications in EducationDescription: In-depth exploration of advanced technology use in teachingand learning environments. Examination of current issues of technologyuse in instructional settings. Previously offered as CIED 5103.Credit hours: 3Contact hours: Lecture: 3Levels: GraduateSchedule types: LectureDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC5113 Digital Media Production for InstructionDescription: Introduction to the production of digital media forinstruction. Topics covered: Instructional design for digital media,message design, use of graphics, multimedia development tools. Currentresearch, trends, tools and issues in media production will also beaddressed. Previously offered as CIED 5113.Credit hours: 3Contact hours: Lecture: 3Levels: GraduateSchedule types: LectureDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC5153 Computer-Based Instruction DevelopmentDescription: Examinations of curriculum strategies, related researchissues, and techniques for developing computer-based instruction.Students will develop and evaluate computer-based instruction with casestudies. Previously offered as CIED5153.Credit hours: 3Contact hours: Lecture: 3Levels: GraduateSchedule types: LectureDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC5203 Foundations of Educational TechnologiesDescription: A general introduction to the field of Educational Technology.Define, describe, and critically evaluate the foundations, issues andcareers in educational technology.Credit hours: 3Contact hours: Lecture: 3Levels: GraduateSchedule types: LectureDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC5303 Digital Games and Simulations in the ClassroomDescription: Introduces students to the philosophies, theories, processes,and practices of integrating digital games and simulations into theclassroom.Credit hours: 3Contact hours: Lecture: 3Levels: GraduateSchedule types: LectureDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC5403 Creativity and Innovation in Educational TechnologyDescription: In-depth examination of a variety of innovation technologiesand engagement in pedagogies and technologies associated withcreativity, innovation and invention.Credit hours: 3Contact hours: Lecture: 3Levels: GraduateSchedule types: LectureDepartment/School: Educational Studies

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    EDTC5503 Facilitating Online LearningDescription: Apply knowledge of pedagogy, standards for online teaching,online community building, and teaching with technology to design andfacilitate online learning environments.Credit hours: 3Contact hours: Lecture: 3Levels: GraduateSchedule types: LectureDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC5720 Educ WorkshopDescription: For teachers, principals, superintendents and supervisorswho have definite problems in instruction or administration. Studentsmust register for the full number of credit hours for which the workshopis scheduled for a particular term. Offered for variable credit, 1-8 credithours, maximum of 8 credit hours.Credit hours: 1-8Contact hours: Other: 1Levels: GraduateSchedule types: Independent StudyDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC5753 Introduction to Instructional DesignDescription: Introduction to the systematic design of instruction. Topicscovered: Analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluationof instructional materials in a variety of educational settings. Currentresearch, trends and issues in instructional design will be addressed.Previously offered as CIED 5753.Credit hours: 3Contact hours: Lecture: 3Levels: GraduateSchedule types: LectureDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC5773 Instructional Systems ManagementDescription: Principles of management relevant to instructional systems,including, but not limited to: project, resource, quality, change, financial,information technology, human resource, program evaluation, product,knowledge and performance management. Previousy offered as CIED5773.Credit hours: 3Contact hours: Lecture: 3Levels: GraduateSchedule types: LectureDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC5850 Directed StudyPrerequisites: Consent of instructor.Description: Directed study for master's level students. Offered forvariable credit, 1-3 credit hours, maximum of 3 credit hours.Credit hours: 1-3Contact hours: Other: 1Levels: GraduateSchedule types: Independent StudyDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC6000 Doctoral DissertationDescription: Required of all candidates to the Doctor of Education degree.Credit is given upon completion of the thesis. Offered for variable credit,1-15 credit hours, maximum of 15 credit hours.Credit hours: 1-15Contact hours: Other: 1Levels: GraduateSchedule types: Independent StudyDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC6153 Advanced Computer-Based Instructional DevelopmentPrerequisites: EDTC5153 or consent of instructor.Description: Design of user-friendly instructional interfaces andcomputer-based learning management systems.Credit hours: 3Contact hours: Lecture: 3Levels: GraduateSchedule types: LectureDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC6283 Performance Improvement TechnologyDescription: Overview of performance improvement, as defined within thefield of Educational Technology. Training and non-training interventions toimprove performance in learning situations. Sample topics may includeneeds assessment, motivation systems, compensation systems, job aids,or electronic performance support systems.Credit hours: 3Contact hours: Lecture: 3Levels: GraduateSchedule types: LectureDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC6333 Human Computer InteractionPrerequisites: EDTC5153 or consent of instructor.Description: Human cognitive architecture, information processing, anddesign of effective educational, computer-based interfaces.Credit hours: 3Contact hours: Lecture: 3Levels: GraduateSchedule types: LectureDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC6423 Trends and Issues in Educational TechnologyDescription: Selected problems, issues and trends in educationaltechnology.Credit hours: 3Contact hours: Lecture: 3Levels: GraduateSchedule types: LectureDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC6553 Media and Learning in Educational TechnologyDescription: Exploration of topics from media studies relevant toeducational technology, especially online learning. Reading of classicworks in media studies in tandem with related contemporary worksaddressing new developments in educational technology, online learning,online gaming, and social media for learning.Credit hours: 3Contact hours: Lecture: 3Levels: GraduateSchedule types: LectureDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC6850 Directed ReadingPrerequisites: Consent of instructor.Description: Directed reading for students with advanced graduatestanding to enhance students' understanding in areas where they wishadditional knowledge.Credit hours: 1-6Contact hours: Other: 1Levels: GraduateSchedule types: Independent StudyDepartment/School: Educational Studies

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    EDTC6880 Internship in EducationPrerequisites: Consent of instructor.Description: Directed off campus experiences designed to relate ideasand concepts to problems encountered in the management of the schoolprogram. Offered for variable credit, 1-8 credit hours, maximum of 8 credithours.Credit hours: 1-8Contact hours: Other: 1Levels: GraduateSchedule types: Independent StudyDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    EDTC6910 PracticumPrerequisites: Consent of instructor.Description: Helps the student carry out an acceptable research problem(practicum) in a local school situation. Credit given upon completion ofthe written report. Offered for variable credit, 1-6 credit hours, maximumof 6 credit hours.Credit hours: 1-6Contact hours: Other: 1Levels: GraduateSchedule types: Independent StudyDepartment/School: Educational Studies

    Graduate ProgramsThe MS in Educational Technology is for students interested in furtheringtheir knowledge, skills, and opportunities in the area of educationaltechnology and school library media. This degree will enhance theirmarketability and, in the case of the School Library Media option, providecredentials necessary for recommendation for this particular areaof teacher certification. In addition to the core focus on educationaltechnology, candidates pursuing School Library Media certificationwill also be immersed in the areas of information literacy, curriculumleadership, and program administration, meeting ALA accreditationstandards through CAEP. To be considered for admission to the master'sprogram, applicants should have an earned baccalaureate degree withat least a 3.00 GPA (on a 4.00 scale), a professional goals statementand three letters of recommendation providing information related topast academic ability, potential for graduate study, and writing ability.Applications will be reviewed upon receipt of all materials.

    The Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching offers students theopportunity to add pedagogical and technological skills to their existingcontent knowledge within a model online learning environment andemerge prepared to design, develop, deliver, and sustain online learningin an educational institution.This certificate is often used as a cognatearea for PhD programs across campus. Applications are reviewed asreceived, but all cohorts begin in the fall semester. Applications must besubmitted by July 1.

    For those seeking a doctoral level degree emphasizing educationaltechnology, we offer the PhD in Education with an option in EducationalTechnology. The focus of the program is on the core areas of thefield: design, development, utilization, production, and evaluation ofinstructional systems, human computer interaction and technologyapplications to support learning and teaching. The doctoral programemphasizes research using educational technology in applied settings.The PhD degree in Educational Technology option prepares futureresearchers for a variety of professional positions. Graduates are typicallyemployed as university faculty, educational technologists in universities,community colleges, and schools or as training managers or instructionaldesigner/developers in corporate settings. The PhD in Education degree

    requires a minimum of 69 credit hours beyond the master's degree.Applicants must apply to the OSU Graduate College and include a recentscore from the Graduate Record Exam or the Miller Analogies Test, aStatement of Goals and Objectives, references, and examples of scholarlywriting. An interview may be requested.

    The student association for this program is the Educational Media andTechnology Student Association. The purpose of this group is to engageundergraduate and graduate students interested in this field in activitiesthat will serve to enhance their academic experience through specialspeakers, service projects, and social activities.

    The Educational Technology faculty is committed to involving studentsin a variety of experiences that will enhance their professionalcareers.Students help facilitate the Colleges T.E.C.H. Playground, a labdedicated to Transforming Education through Creative Habits (http://edtech.okstate.edu/techplayground).Faculty work with students topresent papers at national conferences and to submit manuscripts toprofessional journals. Students participate in Educational Technologycourses, grant projects, and service and outreach to educational groups.Graduate assistantships in teaching and research are often available.Each student has the opportunity to engage in rich internship andpracticum experiences designed with the individual learner's goals inmind.

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