National Center for Women and Information Technology
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Discover a range of graduate programs that inspire leaders to learn, design and create innovative and collaborative learning environments using emerging information and instructional technology grounded in research-based practices. Many programs are completely online.
The Department of Educational Technology and Literacy’s innovative academic and research curriculum teaches students how to integrate technology into the curriculum, educational system or workplace to increase learning and productivity. The mission of the program is to:
Our faculty members are recognized for their research and leadership, and have an extraordinary commitment to improving the field of education. Our graduates are successful change agents, leaders, designers and educators who believe in lifelong learning. Learn more reasons to study instructional technology.
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