May 28, 2022  
2021-2022 Cal State East Bay Catalog 
    
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EDUI 640 - Research in Educational Technology


Units: 4
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:
  1. Tell the definition, purpose and procedure of an educational research study and to distinguish types of educational research. (PLO 1).
  2. Critique and assess writing, research design components, techniques, and findings in a research article. (PLO 4; ILO 1).
  3. Generate an idea for a project or research study by identifying major research issues and findings in educational technology. (PLO2; ILO 1).
  4. ndicate appropriate theoretical frameworks for supporting a project or research study. (PLO 1; ILO 1).
  5. Apply effective research and technology tools to create a bibliography and collect data for further investigation (PLO 4; ILO 1).
  6. Conduct and exercise research techniques, such as interviews, and to collect data. (PLO 4; ILO 2).
  7. Write a literature review by analyzing and synthesizing findings. (PLO 5; ILO 1 &2).
  8. Write a project proposal by applying educational research principals (PLO 5; ILO 1 & 2).
  9. Present project ideas and scholarly findings effectively to diverse audiences (PLO 5; ILO 2, 3, &).
  10. Accept the importance of writing a proposal for a developed project or research study in educational technology. (PLO 5).
  11. Actively and collaboratively participate in class discussion in both face-to-face and online meetings. (ILO 2 & 4).




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