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Mseit advisory mtgoctober2013


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Mseit advisory mtgoctober2013

  1. 1. Welcome to the MSEIT Advisory Board Meeting October 3, 2013 Members: Online & In-Person (Room 123) Facilitated by Cynthia Sistek-Chandler, Ed. D. with Assistance from Scott Moss, and Denise Tolbert, Ph. D.
  2. 2. Welcome and Overview The purpose of the MSEIT Advisor Board is to gather stakeholder input on program currency, relevancy, and recommendations for potential new directions. Our community page is located at a web host called My eCoach which houses our work:
  3. 3. Introductions Online Advisory • Faculty – Instructor Ted Henning, HealthCare ID – Dr. David Taylor, Adjunct, Leader of Multimedia – Brian Arnold, Media Lead Faculty, School of Science Engineering, Technology and Media • Colleagues – Dr. Douglas Hersh, Dean Santa Barbara City College – Michael Jay, President Educational Systemics, Inc. • Alumni – Justin Loh, Jessica Eisner, Joshua Redin, J.R. Ginex-Orinion
  4. 4. Introductions In Person Advisory • Distinguished Administration – Debra Bean, Provost (Interim) – Dr. Dee Fabry, Associate Provost (Interim) – Dr. Don Chu, Dean of SOE – Dr. Judy Mantle, Associate Dean of SOE • Faculty – Dr. Denise Tolbert – Dr. Cynthia Schubert – Dr. Susan Silverstone – Associate Faculty, Scott Moss – Dr. Loren Naffziger – Hope Campbell, MS, Adjunct Faculty and Instructional Designer Qualcomm • Colleagues – Dr. Jeffry Felix, Superintendent – Dr. Emil Ahangarzadeh, SDCOE – Absent Dr. Laura Spencer, Technology Coordinator, Santee SD and Dr. Mink Stavenga, Dean Southwestern College • Alumni – Erik Frey, Michael Tilyer, Robin Lockerby (2014) (Absent, Josh Berkstresser) – Student in Program, Mr. Vance Boulanger (2014)
  5. 5. Who is NU? Founded in 1971, National University is the second- largest private, nonprofit university in California. National University is dedicated to making lifelong learning opportunities accessible, challenging, and relevant to a diverse population of students. For more information go to
  6. 6. What and Who is the MSEIT Program? Instructors are Mentors “I just have to say that Dr. C is an amazing instructor. She has guided us from beginning to end. She has made herself available even when she wasn't the instructor. I am sure that all my classmates will agree in that we are very lucky to have her as a teacher and a mentor.”State of the Art Learning Management Web Server Michael Tillyer, MS w/Dr. Chandler, May 2013
  7. 7. What is the MSEIT Program? Current Description on the Website 20-503.html The Master of Science in Educational and Instructional Technology is designed for students who want to participate in the paradigm changes that technology is precipitating in both education and training, as human learning moves from print and classroom-based instruction to digital media. Marketing FastTrack (Advertisement) Handout Available in the MSEIT Advisor Community
  8. 8. What makes this program desirable? JR Ginex-Orinion Graduate 2011 Continues in Leadership with Technology “I did my Capstone project on Google Apps for Education and have been learning and improving my skills ever since. In fall of 2012, I was selected from over 500 applicants to be a part of the Google Teacher Academy in NYC. Big thanks to Dr. David Taylor, Professor Scott Moss, and Dr. C. for sharing all of their wisdom and knowledge. J. R. Ginex-Orinion Google Certified Teacher with Antonio Paiz (right)
  9. 9. Courses • Required Courses: – EDT 600A: Technology Foundations – EDT 601: Instructional Design – EDT 605: Education Theory & Technology – EDT 607: Media Based Learning Objects – EDT 609: Developing Online Courseware – EDT 631: Media and Instruction – EDT 613: Simulations and Virtual Reality – EDT 632: Technology and Leadership – EDT 693: Instructional Evaluation and Development – EDT 695: Capstone Project (2-months)
  10. 10. Program Learning Outcomes 1. Conduct an educational needs assessment using analysis of subject matter, job/task, audience and context. 2. Apply learning theory, instructional theory, and interactive communication theory using various technology methods across disciplines. 3. Integrate interdisciplinary connections from technology, psychology, and computer assisted interactive communications. 4. Construct an instructional module using appropriate theories and methodologies. 5. Evaluate effective teaching methods for adult learners using available technologies. 6. Evaluate the social, political, economic, and global implications of web-based instruction. 7. Integrate multimedia elements into simulations, virtual worlds, and learning objects.
  11. 11. Trends and Brief History Student Courses Program PAR Five Year Results Enrollment 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Demograhpics 2009-2013 Educators K-20 Business, Government, Milita ry
  12. 12. Degree Program Handout (DPIS) • Degree Information • Analysis • Market • Skills • Software • Composition of Classes • Program Learning Outcomes
  13. 13. MSEIT Career Options The Role of the Instructional Designer is applied across many disciplines, occupations, and has many opportunities for employment in the Digital Age.
  14. 14. Job Descriptions Postings Handouts –Skills –Job Description –Qualifications –Organizations –How aligned to MSEIT program?
  15. 15. What are the skills acquired with this degree program? –Online design of content –Interactive multimedia –Web 2.0 Tools –Internet research tools –Academic and technical writing –Development of learning objects
  16. 16. Career Options (Others?) – Educational Technology Coordinator (K-12/Higher Ed) – Instructional Technology Coordinator (Business/Industry) – Online Systems Course Designer and Developer – Digital/Technology Project Manager (such as implementing new hardware, software, systems, etc. in a school district or a company). – Instructional Designer and Developer (Online Learning) – Computer Lab and/ Technology Manager (K-12) – Health Training and Education
  17. 17. Working Groups Analysis (SWOT Handout) • Tools • Skills • Review of April Report • Key Assessments/NCATE • PLO’s • Relevancy/Currency • Theory • Scholarship
  18. 18. Educational Trends Discussions View all of the Current and Past Horizon Reports at: project/horizon-reports Who is this man? What is he involved in globally? In K-12 and at the Higher Ed level? Why are mobile devices learning tools? The Future of 3-D Printing
  19. 19. Evaluating our Program for Relevancy & Currency Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  20. 20. Tools & Skills (Brian Arnold Team Leader Online) • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) • Google Tools • Web 2.0 Tools • Moodle Course Learning Management System/ content Management System (provided) • Adobe Dreamweaver, Creative Suite 6 (Student Pricing Available) • Second Life Virtual Worlds (We have our own Island!) • High Speed Internet Connection • Headset for Synchronous Discussions/Presentations • Camtasia or Captivate
  21. 21. Connections to Standards, Certifications, Organizations, and Practices in the Field • ASTD • ISPI • ISTE • DQP • NCATE • CTC? • Other
  22. 22. Theoretical Connections
  23. 23. Scholarship 5-Chapter document grounded in learning theory, review of the literature, Alphatest, Subject Matter Expert Feedback, Extant Data Analysis, Formative, Summative, and Heuristic Evaluation of Capstone Project.
  24. 24. • SWOT Handout with notes submitted to • Next Meeting: 2014, February 6th, • Join EDGE Alliance for more NU News and Resources • Bookmark our MSEIT Advisory Committee page at
  25. 25. THANK YOU! Your time is greatly appreciated! Please remember to take your letters. Sincerely, Cynthia and the SOE, MSEIT Team