The campus of Duquesne University is located in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This page will serve as a portfolio of my work for my Instructional Technology and Leadership doctoral program.
Distance Learning Global Leadership (GDIT 711)
In the context of technology-mediated distance learning, this course aims to raise your awareness of the evolution of distance learning and its historic and current impact on education both at K-12 and in third level. It also aims to help you acquire the knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to understand and exploit the various forms of this virtual portal to teaching and learning that is rapidly becoming commonplace in the 21st century and is potentially disruptive in so far as it leads us to question traditional assumptions about pedagogy and the learning process.
Courseware Design (GDIT 705)
This course is designed to support doctoral students of Instructional Technology in the courseware development process, from analysis through evaluation, especially the analysis, design and development phases.
Instructional Design (GDIT 715)
This course introduces the fundamental concepts of technology-based instruction by examining the pedagogy of teaching and the use of technology as a teaching tool. The instructional design theories that are introduced are equally applicable to education, training and learning in general.
Statistics I (GREV 510)
This course is an introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics. It is the first course in a sequence of three statistics courses offered in the School of Education.
Research Methods (GREV 701)
This course offers an overview of foundations of research design and the uses and interpretation of results. Content includes: reviewing the literature; developing research problems/questions; hypothesis testing; experimental, quasi-experimental and other research designs; and evaluating research studies.
Foundations of Instructional Technology (GDIT 703)
This course offers an examination of the key foundations of teaching and learning as applied to instructional technology. Participants will consider the psychological, philosophical, social, and historical perspectives of using technology for teaching and learning.