I am excited to post a documentary that I had a big part in on collegiate esports. Please check it out:
The mobile app for my Master’s program is now available for Android here. The app was put together by two of our students via HTML. I then compiled the app via Adobe Phonegap. This is some of the cool stuff we are doing in our program!
The Watson College of Education at UNCW Introduces New Online Teaching & Learning Certificate Program
Beginning this summer, the Watson College of Education will offer a post-baccalaureate certificate in Online Teaching and Learning (OT&L). The 18-credit hour program is designed to meet growing demand from K-12 schools, colleges and universities and businesses for professionals who are interested to gain knowledge and skills to design, develop, implement, manage and evaluate effective online and blended learning programs.
WCE’s Online Teaching and Learning certificate is the first program of its kind in the state. Courses are offered in the evening and led by faculty with real-world experience in K-12, government and corporate settings. Full time students and working professionals who enroll in the program can participate either face-to-face or online through synchronous conferencing technology.
The Watson College of Education is now accepting applications for summer and fall 2014. For more information please see the attached flyer, visit http://uncw.edu/ed/mit/otlcertification.html or contact Florence Martin, Instructional Technology Program Coordinator (email@example.com or 910-962-7174).
See attached brochure: MIT_OTLCertbrochure
Students in the MIT program, remember that today is our orientation. It will begin at 4pm and end at 6pm. Please come and join us for refreshments (yes free food), introductions, and to hear from us faculty about our program!
The Global Learning Technology conference which will be held at the Watson College of Education, University of North Carolina, Wilmington is dedicated to connect educators, instructional technologists, instructional designers, E-learning specialists, technology coordinators, administrators, and other learning technology professionals who use and study technology for learning. Conference presentations and exhibits will focus on learning technologies and their impact on teaching and learning.
GLT will consist of half-day pre-conference workshops. These hands-on presentations are in lab settings and explore various technologies for teaching and learning. They are offered on Thursday morning, prior to the conference opening. The conference keynote, guest speaker and presentations offer those interested in improving the quality of education the opportunity to gain information and exchange ideas on the applications of learning technologies for education and training.
August 9th and 10th, 2012
Watson College of Education
University of North Carolina Wilmington
601 South College Road
Wilmington, NC 28403
GLTC 2012 themes
- Online Learning
- Mobile Learning
- Social Media
- Educational Gaming
- Simulation and Modeling tools
- Technology Grants
- Research on Technology for Learning
- Role of Technology in STEM
- Technology for Research
Webpage for information and registration: http://uncw.edu/ed/gltc
Summer courses begin today. I will be teaching a graduate course: Computer Interface Design. The course will cover HCI and interface design strategies then move into Adobe Photoshop. Students will develop several interfaces and projects using Photoshop. I am very excited, this is going to be a fun course.
For those interested in a Master’s of Instructional Technology or Instructional Design, please check out the video that one of our graduate students at the University of North Carolina Wilmington made which highlights our program: