Archive for April, 2014

2014 Summer & Fall Registration

Saturday, April 12th, 2014

Summer semester is drawing near (as winter semester comes to a close).

If you have not registered for either the summer or fall semesters, please do so right away.

Due to low enrollment, EDMT 592 CRN 54053 Blended Instruction – Jones was cancelled. We hope to offer it in summer 1 2015.

EDMT Courses being offered:

Summer I

EDMT 592 CRN 54053 Blended Instruction – Jones

EDMT 623 CRN 54023 Instr Des&Dev Multimedia Instruction – Bednar
(prereqs: EDMT 602 and EDMT 603)

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.

Congressional Briefing on Speak Up K12 Data

Thursday, April 10th, 2014

Interesting results of  Project Tomorrow’s  2013 Speak Up – K-12  Survey was presented on Capitol Hill April 9, 2014. The session was arranged to help congressional leaders and the education community…”learn what K-12 students think about the role of technology in the classroom and hear directly from a panel of students themselves on topics such as mobile and flipped/blended learning, school to home communications, broadband capacity, and designing the ultimate school for today’s learners.”

Our EDMT students have participated in the  Speak Up study previously (thanks Drs Jones and McVey!). You may want to consider having your own school contribute the next time around. View  the recording to hear what students are saying about educational technology.