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2010-2011 Undergraduate Catalog 
2010-2011 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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EDT 2100 - Fundamentals of Instructional Technologies

2(1 + 2)

Prerequisite: Literacy and software application skills equivalent to CMS/CSS 1010 or 1080 (as evidenced by previous coursework in high school or college, work, personal experience, or Permission of instructor)

Students enrolled in this course will learn the concepts and terminologies associated with the use of stand-alone computers in learning environments. Participants will be introduced to Macintosh and Windows hardware and software, operating systems, and common configurations and typical integrations in K-12 educational and instructional training venues. In order to facilitate interaction with professional computer technicians and systems administrators, students will gain knowledge in current vocabulary, concepts, and structures. Students will learn to apply critical analysis to situations and scenarios which hamper the implementation of instructional technologies in learning environments. This course will also explore rules, trends, issues, and future developments in the utilization of instructional technologies in learning environments.

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