(faculty, see Department of Educational Psychology)
305. Instructional Technology: Theory and Practice. (1-2). Credit 2. I, II, S
Theoretical and practical study of communication with emphasis on technology; laboratory experiences in the selection, preparation, use and evaluation of instructional materials. For undergraduate students with a minimum of prior educational training. Recommended for all Bachelor of Science degree candidates in the College of Education and Human Development. Prerequisite: Junior classification.
311. Adaptive/Assistive Technology. (3-0). Credit 3.
Comprehensive overview of Adaptive/Assistive Technology (AT) solutions for persons with special needs. Prerequisites: Admission to Special Education program; SEFB 311, SEFB 414, SEFB 442, EPFB 484.
345. Microcomputer Awareness for Educators. (2-2). Credit 3. I, II, S
Focus on both teacher and student utilization; overview of computer operations and instructional integration of word processor, database, spread sheet, and graphics utilities; telecommunications and Internet functions and resources accessed and developed; includes the design, development, and evaluation of instructional materials and integration of MultiMedia and HyperText resources and techniques. Prerequisite: Junior classification.
489. Special Topics in… Credit 1 to 4.
Selected topics in an identified area of educational technology. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Approval of instructor.