Jan 24, 2021  
2020-2021 Graduate Catalog 
2020-2021 Graduate Catalog

Learning Design and Technology

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Office: Lawrence Street Center, 701
Telephone: 303-315-6300
E-mail: academicservices@ucdenver.edu
Website: https://education.ucdenver.edu/


Information about LDT faculty is available online at https://education.ucdenver.edu/about-us/faculty-directory

The Learning Design and Technology (LDT) MA program helps people use various digital and social media tools and technologies for learning, teaching, and professional leadership. Applying sound principles of learning, instructional and media design, and professional development, you will use a variety of learning strategies and technologies - such as digital and online media, digital storytelling, social media and networking, games, and smart and mobile tools - to support learning and development goals in school and workplace settings. Throughout the program, you will engage in assessment and evaluation activities to improve services, be accountable for outcomes, and develop professional identities as thought leaders in your professional communities of practice. The LDT MA program is fully online and may be completed in two years.

Technology Expectations

The LDT MA program relies heavily on computers and related technologies for course delivery and learning activities. Students are expected to use their campus email accounts and check them frequently. Students need convenient, consistent, and reliable access to Internet-connected computers. In addition to textbooks, software purchases may be required or recommended for specific courses.

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CU Denver also offers the #1 Teacher Librarian program in Colorado! Our Teacher Librarian Leadership program has changed dramatically in recent years to reflect changes in Learning Design and Technology. School libraries can and should be the heart of the school where students, staff, and administration look for collaborative support. Teacher librarians are now called upon to help lead technology planning, instruction, and professional development, as well as provide students resources to help them succeed in their studies.

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