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2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog 
2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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EDT 2200 - Fundamentals of Networked Learning Environments

Credits: 2

Prerequisite(s): EDT 2100 or Permission of instructor

Description: Students enrolled in this course will focus on the concepts and terminologies of multi-platform (MacOS and Windows) networked learning environments for the purpose of instruction in K-12 educational and instructional training settings. Participants will learn networking concepts, terminology, vocabulary, and structures which will enable communication among teaching and technical professionals. Students will learn to apply critical thinking to situations and scenarios which hamper the implementation and utilization of networks in learning environments. Students will be exposed to copyright law and fair-use guidelines including the implementation and enforcement of Acceptable Use Policies (AUPs). This course will also explore legal and ethical usage of networks, including accessibility issues with adaptive software.

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