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Instructional Technology

The Instructional Technology program at Ohio University prepares professionals for technology leadership positions in K-12 schools, higher education, community colleges and industry.

The program serves professional educators as well as those involved in instructional design, development, and training. We emphasize the knowledge and skills needed to create learning experiences in all our degree and certificate programs.

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY
The Doctoral Program in Instructional Technology will prepare you to conduct research in Learning Technology and Instructional Design. The IT doctoral degree is a residential program.
 
MASTER OF EDUCATION IN COMPUTER EDUCATION AND TECHNOLOGY
We designed our NCATE accredited M.Ed. Degree Program in Computer Education and Technology in an online/weekend format to bring flexibility and convenience to students while maintaining a face-to-face connection. Courses meet on weekends three times each semester. Between on campus sessions students meet online. The program develops skills in teaching with technology and knowledge in designing educational experiences. Students can orient their course projects to the domain in which they work.  
 
PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN CERTIFICATE
We deliver our online Professional Instructional Design Certificate for those who want to expand their knowledge of instructional design for traditional, hybrid and online adult learning environments. Many of our students use the certificate to transition into the instructional design occupation. Completion of the series requires 14 semester hours of graduate credit. You may use up to 12 hours from the certificate toward the completion of the M.Ed. program in Computer Education and Technology if you decide to pursue that option.
 
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY ENDORSEMENT ONLY
Our Multi-age Computer Technology Endorsement program prepares licensed K12 teachers who plan to teach computer applications or who want to assume technology coordinator positions; it provides the K-12 teacher with an opportunity to provide instruction in the area of computer literacy and computer education in Ohio classrooms. The endorsement requires 24 credit hours. You may apply these credits to the CET Masters Degree. You must pass an Ohio Assessment Exam (Computer/Technology Endorsement 111770, 016/017 Computer/Technology (Subtests I & II)) after you complete your coursework.
 
For information, please contact:
Dr. David Richard Moore
Professor, Educational Studies
The Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education
Lindley Hall 
Athens, OH 45701
moored3@ohio.edu
 

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