http://learntech.gmu.edu. The Division of Learning Technologies (LT) of the College of Education and Human Development at George Mason University promotes innovative academic programs.
The Division of Learning Technologies supports the following academic programs:
Learning Design and Technology (LDT): The Learning Design and Technology (LDT) program prepares students for positions in industry, government, and non-profit organizations that seek to strengthen workplace performance with learning interventions and experiences. The LDT program prepares students to work collaborative
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Dr. Douglas Wilson is presenting at the 8th International Conference of the Immersive Learning Research Network
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It’s time to apply for AECT internships!
Association for Educational Communications and Technology In 1978, Earl F. Strohbehn, then a professor of education at San Jose State University, established a trust fund through the AECT Foundation to help support a deserving graduate student's attendance at the leadership conference. His mentor and friend, Lee Cochran inspired the leadership conference t...
My latest book, Meaningful Online Learning, has been translated to Arabic!
Dr. Maha Al-Freih, a graduate of our doctoral program, Learning Technologies Design Research (LTDR) concentration, translated it!
التعلّم الهادف عبر الإنترنت: دمج الإستراتيجيات والأنشطة وتقنيات التعلّم لتصاميم فعّالة by ندى دباغ , روز مارا, جين هولاند - Books on Google Play التعلّم الهادف عبر الإنترنت: دمج الإستراتيجيات والأنشطة وتقنيات التعلّم لتصاميم فعّالة - Ebook written by ندى دباغ , روز مارا, جين هولاند. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android,...
Dr. Jered Borup's article in EDUCAUSE Review was in their top 10 viewed articles of 2021 !
Take a look here!
EDUCAUSE Review EDUCAUSE Review® is the association's award-winning flagship publication for the higher education IT community. The magazine takes a broad look at current developments and trends in information technology, how they may affect the college/university as an institution, and what these mean for higher ...
The Division of Learning Technologies wishes our friends and followers a happy and healthy New Year!!
2021 Learning Technologies Newsletter - https://mailchi.mp/b2865e7c3189/2021-learning-technologies-newsletter
2021 Learning Technologies Newsletter Summer '21 M.Ed Instructional Design and Technology graduate Josh Jenkins contributed to the redesign of EDIT 710: Online Teaching Essentials. Josh, the Senior Director of Business Development and Training at Shapiro Negotiations discusses best practices and tools for facilitating live sessions in...
Congratulations to Dr. Bannan and her colleagues on this fantastic award!
New Human-AI Teaming Workspace for Construction Workers with Neurodiversity A project titled “FW-HTF-R: Collaborative Research: Worker-AI Teaming to Enable ADHD Workforce Participation in the Construction Industry of the Future” received financial support from the National Science Foundation.
The Investiture of President Gregory Washington:
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The ATD Metro DC Chapter is hosting a build-with-me session on how to create and design a digital workspace to work smarter in the pandemic era where remote work is here to stay. The session will be on Tuesday, October 12 from 6 PM to 8 PM
If you are a freelancer, contractor, or even full-time employed Instructional Designer or a Talent Development professional who wishes to work smarter, this session is for you.
Attendance is free for chapter members and $10 for non-members.
Register here: https://www.dcatd.org/event-4250157?CalendarViewType=1&SelectedDate=10/6/2021
Metro DC Chapter ATD - No Virtual Assistant? No problem! Build a Digital Workspace to Work Smarter, Not Harder - Metro DC Chapter ATD - Organizational/Consulting and Business Partnering This event aligns with the Personal/Communication and Project Management Professional/Technology Application, Knowledge Management, and Evaluating Impact of ATD's Talent Development Capability.
Home - Empowering Learners.AI Empowering Learners for the Age of AI is a free, national online conference, mixing national keynote talks with local meetings in different states.
Recent M.Ed Graduate Josh Jenkins, Summer '21, contributed to the revamped EDIT 710: Online Teaching Essentials course. Josh, the Sr. Dir of BD and Training at Shapiro Negotiations, discusses best practices and tools for facilitating live sessions in the corporate world. A sample clip can be seen here https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2vDBWMSblHdViHQihhjt1F2oPNul9pX_
Future Patriots, mark your calendars! The School of Education is holding its Virtual Graduate Preview Saturday, Sept. 25!
> Chat directly with School of Education faculty.
> Learn the benefits of a graduate degree.
> AND receive an application fee waiver! (See registration page for details.)
Register here: https://sforce.co/391ATab
Lenore Skenazy on Twitter “Limiting screen time makes that time a treat. "Kids, you have an hour online to do whatever you want till it's over." Imagine if we did that with "food time." Kids would gorge on Twinkies & not learn how to tell when they're full. Q&A w/ @RCulatta https://t.co/AIGW28WmEu”
MED in IDT graduates who made it to the in-person graduation today! Congratulations!
Congratulations to all our 2021 graduates! We wish you success in your future endeavors! You rock!
📣 Introducing the keynote speakers of the ESSA/Multilingual Illinois Conference Feb. 23-26 📣
🗣️ Jered Borup
"Seeing the Transformative Potential of Online and Blended Learning"
Jered Borup is an Associate Professor at Division of Learning Technologies at George Mason University. In his current position, he is the Co-Academic Program Coordinator of the Learning Technologies in Schools Masters and Certificate programs that are devoted to improving teacher practices in online and blended learning environments. He is a leading researcher in the field of K-12 online and blended learning and has published the free online book, “K-12 Blended Teaching: A Guide to Personalized Learning and Online Integration.”
Learn more about Jered Borup and register by Feb. 19: https://irc.thecenterweb.org/essa-conference.
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E-Learning and the Future of Higher Education Educators and students from around the world are curious about the future of colleges and universities, will they open in the Fall? If yes, in what format? O...
My latest research on Personal Learning Environments (PLEs) has just been published with @SpringerNature in @ETR&D Read here https://rdcu.be/b8t9d
For teachers and parents, Associate Professor of Learning Technologies in Schools Jered Borup will host a CEHD Cares webinar on Oct. 21 on "Personalizing Learning During Uncertain Times." Professor Borup will share practical strategies and examples for personalizing students' learning online during the pandemic and beyond! And stay tuned for information about a second webinar hosted by Professor Borup in November!
Register here: https://bit.ly/2Gkbpdh
Learn practical strategies and examples for personalizing students' learning online during the pandemic and beyond. Quality instruction is not one-size-fits-all. Instead, quality instruction allows students to personalize the time, place, pace, and path of their learning. Allowing their students to personalize their learning is important in any environment but it is especially important during uncertain times. In...
Instructional Designer Salary Report 2020 How much money do instructional designers make? Learn more about the average instructional design salary in this detailed report.
Special event: The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Teaching and Learning in the Age of COVID-19. Oct. 14, 6:30 p.m. - Virtual event. Join us for this special lecture and discussion on this timely topic. This event is hosted by the Virginia Serious Game Institute at Mason's College of Visual and Performing Arts. Learn more and register. https://vsgi.gmu.edu/speaker-series/
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