E-Learning

Post-Master's Certificate
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The E-Learning post-master’s certificate integrates curriculum development, instructional design and course delivery using technology and online learning management systems. You will develop a knowledge base of current research for the planning and implementation of teaching and delivery modalities using instructional design methodologies that incorporate educational media.

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Specialization Courses - 18 credit hours

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EL7003-8

Instructional Design and Engaging E-Learning Activities

In this course, students will examine instructional design in an online education and training environment. Students will evaluate the relationship between instructional design and the use of various technologies. Applications of practical skills are introduced for the design and development of best experiences. Students will design activities and learning experiences for e-learning classes.

EL7007-8

Ethical and Legal Issues in an Online Course

The purpose of this doctoral level course is to provide students with a solid foundation in cyber law and the varied legal and ethical issues that pertain to the use of technology in organizations. Students will examine and evaluate issues involving plagiarism, public domain, copyright protection, infringement, and protection. Emphasis will be placed on gaining a clear understanding of the law in order to make polices for organizations.

EL7001-8

Principles and Practices in E-Learning

In this course, students are introduced to the essential elements in the field of e-learning. Students will develop an understanding of the principles, philosophies, best practices, approaches, technologies, and delivery models used by practitioners in the field of e-learning. The various needs e-learning practices can meet and the best ways to effectively implement e-learning into academic environments will also be explored.

EL7002-8

E-Learning Instructional Strategies

This course serves as an introduction to instructional learning strategies using information and communication technologies. Students will develop effective online learning facilitation skills such as establishing a safe learning environment for learners, accommodating various learning styles, conducting effective online class discussions, monitoring the progress of learners, guiding collaborating online learning activities, and administering online assessment and evaluations.

EL7004-8

The Online student

In this course, student are introduced to key issues and practical guidance for working with students in an e-learning environment. Examination of the basic characteristics of students and the factors that are critical to the success of the online student including the student-centered, co-facilitator environment; the instructor’s role in the e-learning environment, student evaluation; and student and course assessment.

EL7006-8

Facilitating Adult Learning Online

In this course, students will assess pedagogical learning theories and paradigms in teaching and learning and the impact on adult learning. Integration of effective adult learning principles in an online learning environment. Emphasis will be placed on theory into practice. Students will acquire skills necessary to create online communities of adult learners.

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