2015-2016 University Catalog
Courseware and Presentation Tools
Three semester credit hours.
This course presens students with an overview of a range of software applications with which they can develop educational and instructional materials. The course provides a conceptual framework for understanding software design as well as the opportunity for hands-on experience with a variety of software packages. In addition, students will design an instructional module that is materials-centered rather than teacher-mediated and can be shared and used in real educational settings. Students will explore the primary methods of computer-based instruction, and the major components of instructional development through print-based and internet resources. Prerequisite: Three semester hours of graduate level EDIT or permission of instructor.
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