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M.Ed. Educational Technology IDDL Graduate Information Session - FREE ICE CREAM

Wednesday, January 29, 2020, Noon to 1 pm
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Educational Resource Center (116 Allyn Hall)
Future Students
Current Students
The public

STUDENTS: Are you looking for a job that is engaging, creative, lucrative, and currently has a shortage of qualified applicants? The field of Instructional Design is an innovative new field that is rapidly growing and needs more graduates to fill the rising number of job posts. This degree might be for you if you enjoy working collaboratively to design educational and training classes, learning how people learn, using digital technologies, working in fast-paced and innovative environments. Come to an information session that will provide you information about this master’s degree.

FACULTY AND STAFF: Are you a faculty (full time or adjunct) or staff member that is involved in teaching or designing classes? Are you interested in learning ways to develop your classes to enhance students learning, utilizing more digital technologies, or developing blended learning or online classes? If so, you are invited to attend an information session for a graduate program at Wright State in Educational Technology Instructional Design for Digital Learning (IDDL) (http://wright.edu/EdTechIDDL). Check the WSU tuition remission benefits page to review the university policy about tuition remission available for WSU faculty and staff (full time, part-time, and adjuncts).

Parking: Park in lot 10. Stop by the visitor parking booth in lot 2 to pick up a parking pass

Details: Bring your own lunch. Free ice cream provided as long as it lasts.

Questions: Sheri Stover, Ph.D. 937-775-3008 or sheri.stover@wright.edu

Additional information sessions offered February 26 and April 8.

For information, contact
Sheri Stover
Associate Professor
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