ET605 Introduction to Educational Technology
A Problem-Based Approach

How can computer technology effectively be integrated into the curriculum?

3-Credit Option: During this semester, you will explore this question in small groups, developing two learning activities that effectively integrate technology into your curriculum. With this learner-centered approach, much of your class time will be spent working with your groups. The instructor's role will be to support your development of learning activities.

This page is designed to point to some resources for students taking ET605 with Dr. Marcovitz in the Spring 2014 semester. Click on any of the pointers below to find the information you need. While I will try to maintain this site with up-to-date information, you must attend class to get final versions of any assignments. If there is a conflict between any information given in class and any information on this site, the information given in class should be considered accurate. (If you have stumbled upon this site before the start of the semester, you may use this as a guide for the kinds of assignments that will be required for the class and the kinds of topics that will be covered. However, everything is subject to change before the semester starts.)

Syllabus - 3-credit
Syllabus - 1-credit

Course Requirements (3-credit)

Learning Activities (2)
(see also the Rubrics)
(see also Group Self Evaluation Form - fill out only with Adobe Reader)
Project Presentations
Article Review
Final Exam

Course Requirements (1-credit)

Newsletter Activity (to be assigned in class)
Interactive PowerPoint Quiz (to be assigned in class)
Spreadsheet Activity (to be assigned in class)
Web Page Activity (to be assigned in class)
Final Exam

Computer Lab Access

Administrative Information

Resources

Learning Activity Resources

Class Agendas

Word Processing

Newsletters

Spreadsheets

Databases

This Space Intentionally Left Blank

PowerPoint

Mail Merge

Web Page Creation

Electronic Mail and Listservs

Miscellaneous Resources


Send email to Dr. Marcovitz at marco@loyola.edu.

Send email to the class (enrolled students only) at et605@googlegroups.com.


Last updated: April 2, 2014

 
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