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Fall 2011 Graduates

On Friday, December 16, 25 students from the Department of Instructional Technology graduated with a Masters degree. In a ceremony in Haas Auditorium the students were ‘hooded’ by the faculty, a tradition that all of the professors are looking forward to every semester. We wish all the graduates a successful career and hope to welcome them back as alumni soon!...

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Corporate Advisory Council is in session

Our Corporate Advisory Council kicked off today with some great presentation by our Corporate Advisory Council members, we had a great day of presentations and learning. Here are recordings of the great presentations Learning with 3D Elements and Activities Web Conferencing: Virtual Meetings and Training Complimenting your MSIT Degree with a Ph.D. Tomorrow students are...

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CAC Starts Today

Here is link to CAC to see the live streaming event. Click here to see it and then choose “Spring 2011” Also, we are using CAC Hashtag of #CAC2011 follow the event on Twitter:)

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Spring Open House

Open House – Master of Instructional Technology Friday, April 15, 10 – 12am in McCormick 2221 Find out about our your possible future with a degree in Instructional...

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Graduates of Fall 2010

This fall 35 students graduated with a M.S. degree in Instructional Technology or a Developer’s Certificate. This is one of the largest numbers in recent years. After a reception in the department the graduates who were able to attend the ceremony were hooded by the faculty of the department. The names of the graduates are Kirsten Elizabeth Adhikari Abdulrahman Alzahrani Ramona Broomer Christy Sierra Chiacchio Michael David DePalma Ved Pal Dhandnitin Sara R. Dierk Dyshanna Dozier Rhonda Ann Fisher—eLearning Craig Joseph Geromi Stephanie Leilani Gima Brian Guay Dustin Johnson Michael M....

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Presentation at CAC: Mobile with a twist

Mobile with a twist Helmut Doll – November 12, 2010 Department of Instructional Technology Bloomsburg University This is a summary of the links from the presentation at the Corporate Advisory Council meeting. First, a few interesting new items I want to share with you. The Web Is Dead. Long Live the Internet | Magazine – Wired Magazine – September 2010 Article started healthy discussion on the web. The future seems to be the content, the data, not web pages in the original sense. Browsers will become less important. Adobe Flash Catalyst Photoshop/Fireworks -> Interactive...

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