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Congratulations Fall 2013 MSIT graduates

Congratulations Fall 2013 MSIT graduates

Twenty-four students graduated with a Master of Science degree in Instructional Technology. Congratulations to all your achievements and best of luck in your careers. Abdullah Albalawi Daliah Al-Shawaier Sofiene BenMime Melissa Bitten Jessica Christ Sean Cleary Ana Delgadillo Bronson Domasky Mandi Dupain Matthew Gochnaur Alexander Keeler Rania Kokandy Ian Kollar Amanda Lederer Randi Leonard Lin Zhanqing Bridget Mealia James Naunas Joseph Reidy Jennifer McKinley Rongaus Jessica Ross Bailey Robert Scerbo Sun Dongxue Sarah Johansen...

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The CAC Fall Class of 2013

The CAC Fall Class of 2013

Congratulations to the students for their excellent proposals, presentations, and prototypes for the Fall 2013 CAC event.    

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Gamification and Instructional Technology

Gamification and Instructional Technology

What is Gamification and Why Should Instructional Designers Care? Gamification is using game-based mechanics, aesthetics and game thinking to engage people, motivate action, promote learning, and solve problems. It is starting to pop-up everywhere–from the gamification of courses as witnessed on the web site http://www.coursehero.org/, to the awarding of badges via FourSquare to the Nike+ web site that gamifies a person’s running history and workout routines. The concept of integrating game-elements into non-game experiences is gaining in popularity among business and learning...

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Apply now for Spring 2012

We are now accepting applications for Spring and Summer semester 2012! Our graduates have great job opportunities. Online and on campus graduate degrees in instructional technology. Please contact us!

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Why an Instructional Design Degree from Bloomsburg University ROCKS!

(This is a cross-posting from http://karlkapp.blogspot.com/2009/12/why-instructional-design-degree-from.html) The discussion that Cammy Bean and I have gotten into concerning “Accidental Instructional Designers” and When “Accidental Instructional Designers become Intentional” has brought about a number of interesting discussions about the skills of ID people and what ID programs should look like and I realized that: People who haven’t been in Bloomsburg’s ID program don’t realize what we teach in our ID program There seem to be ID programs out there...

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Your Future

Questions about your future? Wonder what move to make next in these uncertain economic times? Learn about a fast growing field with opportunities for graduates of any program…a field in Instructional Technology. High paying jobs, great learning opportunities and the ability to work almost anywhere. Instructional Technology is the study of the design and creation of instruction for online education. The field if filled with opportunities for writers, graphic artists, programmers, educational visionaries, teachers and biologists, historians, chemists, philosophers, humanitarians and...

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