Archive for the ‘EDMT Program’ Category

New Name: Learning Technology and Design

Saturday, October 8th, 2016

Our request to change the name from Educational Media and Technology  (EDMT) to Learning Technology and Design (LTEC) was finally approved so gradually you will begin to see more of LTEC and much less of EDMT.


The Digital Dozen

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

The EDMT program will have 12 new graduates at the end of this semester (with another joining in April 2016)! What an exciting addition to the ever-growing field of Ed Tech. All graduates are currently deciding on their capstone project idea for their final EDMT course and are anxious about getting their digital “hands” dirty as they move forward in completing their programs. In subsequent posts, you will learn about each of the graduates and the details of their capstone projects. At the end of the semester there will be a “ReCap-Stone” post outlining the final outcomes for each student. Keep your eyes peeled for all the fun that is still to come.

Our next EDMT graduating class will be:

December 2015

  • Brian Aiosa
  • David Belanger
  • Patricia Bradley
  • Jason Culbert
  • Rekha Desai
  • Kendra Gallert
  • Masaki Hashimoto
  • Stephanie Little
  • Cory Meggitt
  • Mary Miller
  • Bradley Thomas
  • Kelly Winnie

April 2016

  • Maeve Gleason

Congratulations to all of you for your accomplishments up until this point and we look forward to learning about you and your capstone projects in the weeks to come! Good luck in your last EDMT class!

Teach online better…

Thursday, April 2nd, 2015
Get an MA or Graduate Certificate in EDMT or a Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching

Get an MA or Graduate Certificate in EDMT or a Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching

Eastern Michigan University EDMT Program offers new Online Teaching Certificate

Thursday, June 26th, 2014

With online learning platforms making online teaching even more of a reality for educators in Michigan – EMU is pleased to announce the development of a series of new online teaching courses.

The educational media and technology program, within the College of Education has designed these courses to provide teachers with the basic skills of how to teach online and help them develop a comfort level with communicating with their students through these emerging online technologies. The courses start next week in the Summer II 2014.

The series of online teaching courses include:

Online Teaching: Introduction (3 credits)
Online Teaching: Advanced (3 credits)
Online Teaching: Practicum (3 credits)
Online Teaching: Blended Instruction (3 credits)

Upon receiving their online teaching certificate, teachers should be able to handle any course management system within their school district and be ready to start teaching in those environments. For questions or more information, please contact Michael McVey at or watch a short video about the program.

2014 Summer II & Fall Course Offerings

Friday, May 23rd, 2014

Looking for something to do during July & August? Consider registering for Summer II classes.

Or, if your summer is full but you want something to do from September to December, consider registering for Fall classes.

EDMT Courses being offered for Summer II and Fall 2014 Semesters:

Summer II

EDMT 592 CRN 54052 Online Teaching: Introduction – McVey

EDMT 628 CRN 54024 Design & Use Online Resources for Education – Copeland
(prereqs: EDMT 623)

EDMT 653 CRN 54025 Issues & Emerging Educational Technology – McVey
(prereqs: EDMT 627 and EDMT 628)


EDMT 592 CRN 17168 Online Teaching: Advanced – Copeland

EDMT 602 CRN 16861 Tech & Student-Centered Learning – Jones

EDMT 632 CRN 16863 Adv Productivity Tools & Teach & Learning – Copeland

EDMT 695 CRN 16864 Seminar – McVey
(prereqs: EDMT 653)

Be sure to check the online schedule of classes for information about foundation and restrictive elective course offerings.