Instructional Technology

Hybrid Course Design – What is it?

What does hybrid mean?

A hybrid course combines face-to-face (F2F) instruction with online instruction to create a flexible learning environment.

What are some advantages of hybrid instruction? Offers a more flexible schedule to accommodate non-traditional students Leverages the strengths of both online and F2F environments to provide a rich educational experience Encourages students to take greater ownership… more »

LTD doctoral student Erica Bass receives prestigious Asa G. Hilliard, III Memorial Scholarship

LTD’s doctoral student Erica Bass received the prestigious Asa G. Hilliard, III Memorial Scholarship at the 2015 Honors Day awards ceremony. The scholarship is awarded to a graduate student who demonstrates leadership, scholarship and activities in urban education setting. The recipient must also demonstrate a high level of academic achievement, actively exemplify the… more »

STEAM3 is coming to GSU this September!

What is STEAM3? – Science + Technology + Engineering + Arts + Math “cubed”

For this unique two-day event we assembled some of the world’s foremost experts in the field of future education as well as the most innovative and immersive demonstrations and exhibits of emerging educational technologies.

Special topics included alternative approaches to education, avatars for learning, education is art, art is education, and… more »

What can I do with a degree in Instructional Design & Technology?

Good Question! A degree in instructional design and technology gives you the option to pursue a number of different career choices such as training developer, trainer, curriculum developer, performance analyst, training manager and many more. To learn more about instructional design jobs, visit job search sites such as indeed.com or monster.com to… more »