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A presentation done at the SALT 2012 conference in Orlando, FL. The talk looks at projects being done at the Dept of Learning Technologies at the University of North Texas. How these projects …

A presentation done at the SALT 2012 conference in Orlando, FL. The talk looks at projects being done at the Dept of Learning Technologies at the University of North Texas. How these projects involve student-centered research and activities to examine and demonstrate new approaches and theories in the field.

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  • 1. THE FUTURE OF INSTRUCTIONAL SYSTEMSDESIGN IN LEARNING TECHNOLOGIESGreg Jones & Scott WarrenDept of Learning TechnologiesFor New Learning Technologies 2012, SALT
  • 2. ISD Yesterday and Today  How has ISD expanded in its use ¤ From the Classic implementation, focused on higher education and corporate settings ¤  Today’s implementation reflects current need for speed of design, development and ability to quickly revise ¤ Today’s models are flexibly adaptive to audiences and technologyDrs. Scott Warren, Greg Jones • Dept of Learning Technologies • College of Information
  • 3. Examples to be Discussed  Games ¤ Alternate Reality ¤ Augmented Reality  Virtual Environments ¤ CRG Chalk House  Mobile Devices ¤ CRG Museum AppDrs. Scott Warren, Greg Jones • Dept of Learning Technologies • College of Information
  • 4. Games  Situate learning in relevant contexts"  Support PBL approaches"  Promote cognitive transfer" Knowledge SkillsDrs. Scott Warren, Greg Jones • Dept of Learning Technologies • College of Information
  • 5. •  Game-based, problem-based course redesign•  Computer apps course•  Alternate reality game•  2-tiered narrative approach Drs. Scott Warren, Greg Jones • Dept of Learning Technologies • College of Information
  • 6. Mobile DevicesDrs. Scott Warren, Greg Jones • Dept of Learning Technologies • College of Information
  • 7. Virtual Environments  AnyTown, Quest Atlantis and CRG Chalk HouseDrs. Scott Warren, Greg Jones • Dept of Learning Technologies • College of Information
  • 8. UNT and the Dept of Learning Technology  UNT is the nation’s 26th largest public university and the largest in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.  National and Internationally respected faculty including Drs. Mike Spector, Gerald Knezek, Cathie Norris, and others  MS in Computer Education and Cognitive Systems with specific tracks focused on ¤  Instructional Systems Design ¤  Instructional Systems Technology ¤  Teaching and Learning with Technology ¤  Technology and AssessmentDrs. Scott Warren, Greg Jones • Dept of Learning Technologies • College of Information
  • 9. PhD in Learning Technologies  A PhD in Learning Technologies focused on Instructional, Learning, and Educational Technologies. The PhD is available both as a residency or a distance delivered program.  The new distance delivered option provides ¤  Courses delivered 100% online ¤  Small Cohort Sizes. 26-30 students start each two years ¤  Annual yearly meeting in conjunction with ISTE each June (4-5 days) ¤  Full-time mentoring provided by an Assoc Grad Faculty member throughout coursework and into dissertation ¤  Portfolio in lieu of Qualifying Examination ¤  60 hours + 9 hours tools (6 hours each spring, summer, and fall) ¤  4.5 years program Drs. Scott Warren, Greg Jones • Dept of Learning Technologies • College of Information
  • 10. Integrating ISD into degree programs  How we integrate ISD into the MS and PhD programs and how we connect those to the previous slides. ¤  Student-centered research ¤  Course work ¤  Internships  Working with industry we try to ensure course outcomes are matching required industry needs. ¤  If you have feedback from your area, please contact usDrs. Scott Warren, Greg Jones • Dept of Learning Technologies • College of Information
  • 11. Questions ?Dr. Greg Jones gjones@unt.eduDr. Scott Warren scott.warren@unt.edu http://lt.unt.edu/ecmp