The University of Toledo
Judith Herb College of Education


2020   Technology & Multimedia in Educational Environments (3)
Emphasizes the development of computing skills with a focus on productivity tools in organizing, managing, multimedia authoring, homepage development, software evaluation and presenting lessons for professional communication in K-12.

4200/5200   Computer Skills for Instructional Professionals (3)
Emphasizes developing skills in use of common productivity software and its applications in instructional settings.

4400   Training and Human Performance Technology (3)
Provides an introduction to Human Performance Technology (HPT), with an emphasis on the use of training as an HPT intervention.

4950/5950   Workshop in ETPT (1-5)
Workshops are developed around topics of interest in all areas of Educational Technology and Performance Technology.  Students should discuss specific content for each offering with Educational Technology faculty.

4990   Independent Study in ETPT (1-5)
Individual study designed to provide a student the opportunity to work individually on professional problems under the direction of Educational Technology faculty.

5000/7000   Introduction to Educational Technology (3)
Introduces the field of Educational Technology, and its relevant competencies.  Examines current trends in Educational Technology.

5100/7100   Instructional Systems Design Principles (3)
An introduction to various ISD models and approaches for designing effective systems of instruction.  Students will begin to acquire experience in the actual analysis, design, development and evaluation of instruction.

5210/7210   Introduction to Multimedia & Web Design (3)
An introduction to the software, hardware and processes involved in the design and development of multimedia and Web-based instructional materials.

5270/7270   Instructional Video Production (3)
An introduction to all facets of producing video for use in various instructional settings.

5550/7550   Using the Internet in the Classroom (3)
An introduction to effective use of Internet resources in instruction.

5980/7980   Special Topics in ETPT (1-5)
Special offerings are of interest to graduate students in Educational Technology and Performance Technology.  Students should discuss specific content for each offering with Educational Technology faculty.

5990/7990   Independent Study in ETPT (1-5)
Individual study designed to provide a student the opportunity to work individually on professional problems under the direction of Educational Technology faculty.

6110/8110   Instructional Systems Design Applications (3)
Based on the knowledge and skills acquired in ETPT 6100/8100, students design, develop and evaluate multimedia-based instructional modules and systems.

6150/8150   Designing Instruction for Diverse Learner Populations (3)
Focuses on instructional designer’s role in assessing and addressing such differences as performance environment, culture, ethnicity, physical attributes, age/experience, and socio-economic factors to maximize learning.

6220/8220   Developing Computer-Based Instruction (3)
Teaches design and development of instructional software using multimedia development environments and strategies.

6230/8230   Developing Web-Based Instruction (3)
Students apply previously acquired skills in multimedia and Web design to develop instructional materials for delivery via the WWW.

6300/8300   Technology Mgt in K-16 Ed (3)
Provides teachers and technology coordinators with the knowledge and skills necessary to manage instructional computer laboratories and services in K-16 settings.

6400/8400   Human Performance Technology (3)
Provides an introduction to Human Performance Technology (HPT) for the graduate Educational Technology major.

6410/8410   Performance Improvement Interventions (3)
Investigates the options available to the Human Performance Technology (HPT) professional for improving performance.

6420/8420   Assessing Needs in Improving Performance (3)
Focuses on the theoretical foundations and techniques for assessing gaps in results at individual, group and organizational levels in order to improve performance.

6430/8430   Human Performance Technology Theory & Practice (3)
Students investigate current trends in Human Performance Technology (HPT) and assist one another in pursuing detailed individual study of one major topic area in HPT.

6440/8440   Consulting for Performance Improvement (3)
Addresses relevant models, practices and concepts of both internal and external consulting in Human Performance Improvement (HPT) contexts in all types of organizations.

6470/8470   Performance Intervention Analysis (3)
Focuses on the conceptual framework and procedures involved in the analysis of various interventions for improving performance and organizational results.

6510/8510   Teaching and Learning at a Distance (3)
Investigates various applications of distance learning systems for education and training.

6710/8710   Systemic Change Principles and Applications (3)
Examines the process of change in the diffusion and adoption of innovations in education as well as business and industry.  Adoption theory is analyzed.

6810/8810   Research and Theory in ETPT (3)
Investigates current major research trends and topics in various areas of Educational Technology and Performance Technology.  Students develop and present a research proposal.

6900   Master's Seminar in ETPT (3)
This course is the culminating experience in the ETPT Master’s Program.  Students complete a project under the supervision of an Ed. Technology faculty member.

6930   Master's Research Project in ETPT (1-3)
Student will complete an individual research project under the direction of a committee of at least two faculty members in Educational Technology, ordinarily including the faculty advisor.

6940/8940   Practicum in ETPT (3)
Students apply ETPT coursework to solve an instructional and/or performance problem for a client organization under the supervision of Educational Technology faculty.

6960   Master's Thesis in ETPT (1-3)
Students who elect this option will complete a thesis under the direction of a committee of at least two faculty members from Educational Technology, ordinarily including the faculty advisor.

7940   Specialist Practicum in ETPT (1-3)
Observation and supervised experience in an appropriate setting.  Students will be assigned to work as interns under the joint supervision of school and University personnel.

8900   Doc Seminar in ETPT (3)
Considers problems and provides advanced study for doctoral students in Educational Technology and Performance Technology.

8920   Interdisciplinary Seminar in ETPT (3)
Considers issues and problems in various areas of Educational Technology and Performance Technology.  Intended for advanced ETPT Doctoral students.

8930   Advanced Research in ETPT (1-5)
Individual study is designed to provide the doctoral student opportunity to work individually on professional problems under the direction of Educational Technology faculty.

8960   Dissertation in ETPT (1-12)
Original research in an area of Educational Technology.


 
Educational Technology, Program Coordinator
Dr. Berhane Teclehaimanot, Professor of Educational Technology

Created 1/07. Last Updated April 20, 2015.