May 28, 2022
EDUI 640 - Research in Educational Technology
Educational technology research. Identifying and critically evaluating major research issues and findings. Applying technology tools to create a bibliography and collecting data for further investigation. Analysis and synthesis of findings.
Prerequisites: Department consent.
Equivalent Quarter Course: EDUI 6500.
Possible Instructional Methods: Entirely On-ground, or Entirely Online, or Hybrid.
Grading: A-F grading only.
Student Learning Outcomes - Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
- Tell the definition, purpose and procedure of an educational research study and to distinguish types of educational research. (PLO 1).
- Critique and assess writing, research design components, techniques, and findings in a research article. (PLO 4; ILO 1).
- Generate an idea for a project or research study by identifying major research issues and findings in educational technology. (PLO2; ILO 1).
- ndicate appropriate theoretical frameworks for supporting a project or research study. (PLO 1; ILO 1).
- Apply effective research and technology tools to create a bibliography and collect data for further investigation (PLO 4; ILO 1).
- Conduct and exercise research techniques, such as interviews, and to collect data. (PLO 4; ILO 2).
- Write a literature review by analyzing and synthesizing findings. (PLO 5; ILO 1 &2).
- Write a project proposal by applying educational research principals (PLO 5; ILO 1 & 2).
- Present project ideas and scholarly findings effectively to diverse audiences (PLO 5; ILO 2, 3, &).
- Accept the importance of writing a proposal for a developed project or research study in educational technology. (PLO 5).
- Actively and collaboratively participate in class discussion in both face-to-face and online meetings. (ILO 2 & 4).
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