Technology Production: Telecommunications II: Internet
This course focuses on the systematic design and development of effective, efficient and appealing educational Internet resources. Students plan and design informational and instructional sequences, then use web authoring and multimedia tools to develop and manage Internet resources. Specifically, students apply multimedia, computer programming, authoring, screen design and courseware design skills to the development of web pages. Digitized audio, digitized still and motion video and scanned images are incorporated into Internet projects. Finally, students design, develop, implement and evaluate instructional units that involve learners in developing projects that can be incorporated into web projects.
This course focuses on the distinction between face-to-face teaching and teaching an on-line course. The student explores philosophy and pedagogy of courses taught over the Internet and learns to cultivate community building and collaborative learning while using the web as the primary means of communication. The student will learn to use teaching tools to effectively manage, instruct and evaluate students.