[Itech] Fall Course Information - Doctoral Students in Instructional Technology

Teresa Franklin franklit at ohio.edu
Mon Aug 20 13:59:48 EDT 2012

Dear Doctoral Graduate Students:

Welcome to the Instructional Technology Program at Ohio University.  We are
delighted that you will be with us on the journey as a researcher and
intellectual in the field of instructional technology.

The following courses will be offered this fall for our PhD students:

EDCT 7012: Advanced Instructional Design (Moore)

EDCT 7031: Theory and Practice in Adult Learning (Franklin)

EDCT 5012: Technology Applications in Education: Open Source Tools for
Education (Dikkers) – Blended online course which meets 3 times
face-to-face with remaining work online.

We also suggest that you examine the offerings in EDRE, EDCS and other
programs in the Patton College offerings to create a selection of courses
for your program of study.  If you do not have a research background or did
not take an introduction to research in your Master's program, I suggest
you enroll in EDRE 5010 which is an introduction to research. It is a good
idea to meet with your advisor during the first week of the semester to
make sure that you have made quality selections to complete your program in
a timely manner.

If you do not have experience in Instructional Design, you may want to take
the following courses before taking the Advanced Instructional Design,
please read the information below and contact Jamie Smith (
jamie.l.smith.3 at gmail.com).  A limited number of Professional Instructional
Design Certificate courses can be transferred into the PhD program.  Advisor
permission must be obtained before enrolling in these completely online
courses.  Each course in the PID-C is 3 credit hours.

*Professional Instructional Design Certificate Program (PID-C)*

Fall Course Offerings:

EDCT 6030: Principles of Instructional Design (Moore)

EDCT 6031: Advanced Topics in Instructional Design (Smith)

Spring Courses:

EDCT 6032: Adult Learning in Online Environments

EDCT 6901(a-d): Special Topics Workshop - Up to four 1-hr. workshops
offered (participants elect 2 to fulfill requirement)

The PID-Certificate courses are not currently listed in the course
but should be posted soon in the "Online (All Locations)" tab - all
certificate courses require permission to enroll (i.e., students must be
pink slipped in). To register, students can send a course request along
with their OU-PID via e-mail to  smithj31 at ohio.edu. All certificate courses
are entirely online (no face-to-face meetings on campus).

Should you have any questions, please contact me at 740-593-4561 (office)
or by email (franklit at ohio.edu)

Have a great semester!

Dr. Teresa Franklin

Instructional Technology Coordinator

*~~~~~~The best student-centered learning *experience in America~~~~

Dr. Teresa Franklin
Professor, Instructional Technology
Instructional Technology Program Coordinator
313D McCracken Hall
Dept. Educational Studies
The Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education
Ohio University
Athens, OH 45701
740-593-4561 (office)
740-541-8847 (cell)
740-593-0477 (fax)
also: franklinteresa at gmail.com

"A teacher affects eternity; [she]he can never tell where the influence
stops." - Henry Adams


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