AMAYS at AERA 2017

Posted On January 19, 2017
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The AMAYS team is headed AERA 2017 and ready to represent! Faculty and doctoral students will be giving multiple presentations during the conference. Take a look –>

Calandra, B. Cohen, C. & Renken, M. (accepted). Designing Accessible Tech-Centered Instruction for an Urban After-School Program. Paper submitted for the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2017 conference.

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Dr. Burns Presents at CTAE 2016

Posted On October 25, 2016
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Dr, Janet Burns, LTD clinical professor, was recently invited to present at the CTAE New Teacher Conference at Middle Georgia State University in Macon, Georgia. The Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education (CTAE) New Teacher Conference is sponsored once a year by the Georgia Department of Education (DOE) to support new CTAE teachers in Georgia. New CTAE… more »

Welcome to Our New Faculty!

Posted On October 11, 2016
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Dr. Lauren Margulieux

Lauren Margulieux is an assistant professor in the College of Education & Human Development’s Learning Technologies Division. Her research interests are in educational technology and online learning, particularly for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education.

She focuses on designing instructions in a way that supports online students who do not necessarily… more »

New Micro-Credentialing Program in the Works

Posted On October 1, 2016
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The Learning Technologies Division and Delta Airlines are currently in talks about partnering on a pilot launch of micro-credentialing for Instructional designers’ professional development. More details about the program and offerings coming soon!

LTD Corporate Advisory Board Update

Posted On September 30, 2016
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Our corporate board meeting hosted by the Home Depot was a success! Our board members form Home Depot, Delta, AT&T, Sun Trust, Rollins, the CDC, and Cox Communications were all pleased to see how quickly we have moved on action items discussed at our last meeting in March of 2015, and they were quite impressed… more »