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EDUC 6379 DL - Advanced Educational Technology
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A study of emergent technology-based delivery and management of instruction. Topics include computer managed instruction, expert systems in instruction, artificial intelligence in instruction, authoring systems, virtual reality, and a survey of other promising technology-based systems.
Advance Assignment / Course Orientation
To prepare for the kickoff of this course, please do the following advance assignments:
1. Establish, if you haven't already done so, an OLLU email account.
2. Find a digital picture or set of pictures that tell about yourself and/or work and family. (You can either take shots with a digital camera or scan pictures to digitize images.)
3. Obtain a PC microphone and practice recording voice using the Sound Recorder (Start - Programs - Accessories - Entertainment - Sound Recorder). This is optional, but having the ability to communicate via voice tools sometimes help make our discussions more personal!
4. Start obtaining, at minimum, access to required materials and software applications mentioned in the course outline. DO NOT download any free trials until instructed to do so as some are limited by time.
5. Log into Lake Online by following the login instructions below. Once the course is live, you will be able to access it from your main menu. Spend time browsing through the syllabus, assignment dropbox and discussion board areas. Note that the first discussion board item asks that you provide some biographical information about yourself. (This is where you’ll attach a picture(s). It helps us connect each name, face, and story!)
6. Plan to meet online on January 12, 2008 for an online orientation chat session. This session is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. (CST) and you should attend by going to our WebCT site. Scroll down on the homepage until you see “Orientation Chat”. I will provide a real-time overview of the course guidelines and expectations. Try logging in before the scheduled chat to ensure that your system works. I will typically chat via type, but sometimes tap into my microphone. It helps if you have a pair of headphones or speakers on standby. See you there!
No text required.
Microphone for PC
Speakers or headset
Digital camera (with connections for importing images)
(Optional, but highly recommended) Camcorder (with connections for importing video) Check with your district IT department for information on tools available.
Highly-recommended: Broadband or DSL Internet connection
Getting Started in this Class
As soon as the Lake Online course is ready and students have all been enrolled, you should be able to go to the Lake Online login page and enter using your student ID number (7 digits) and a temporary password of "webct".
The targeted ‘ready’ date for our Lake Online course is tentatively set for January 10th. If you are able to log in successfully, browse the course site so that you can become familiar with the new layout. We will use learning modules, calendar, assignments, and discussion board the most so pay close attention to these. If you haven't already done so, take a look at the course syllabus. Bring any questions you might have to the chat session scheduled for Saturday, January 12th @ 2:00 p.m.
Important: Before the chat, take time to run the setup wizard (right side of the login page) to make sure that your computer is ready for chat.
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