New Online Course for Professionals Begins
Registration is now open for "Applying Universal Design in eLearning Environments," which begins April 21st.
Applying Universal Design in eLearning Environments
April 21 - June 15, 2014
This is the fourth course of the Universal Design: Technology Integration Certificate Program and can serve as a three-credit elective in many graduate programs. Click here to preview the syllabus.
Interested in learning more about resources that support technology integration in the classroom and online?
In consultation with the instructor, participants will develop a self-directed learning plan based on individual professional priorities and drawn from a menu of learning opportunities. During the course, participants will seek out and use current and emerging resources that support technology integration in the classroom and online. Technologies will be measured on how well they apply differentiated instruction guided by Universal Design and on practical grounds centered on the participants’ professional environment.
Topic areas will include:
- Assessing Online Learning Readiness
- Student and Teacher Attitudes toward Technology
- Copyright in New Media Age
- Educational Technology Standards
- Emerging Technologies
- Digital Literacy
- Website Design and Equity Issues
As a final project each student will create a comprehensive e-Toolbox as a resource for self and colleagues.
Click here for more information and to register.