Instructional Technology


M.Ed. (Instructional Technology Concentration) Going Online

Interested in earning your M.Ed. with a concentration in Instructional Technology? Here are a few new reasons to choose Coastal Carolina University…

  • All online: Beginning Summer Session 1 2013, all coursework will be available 100% online.
  • Online teaching endorsement: Our State Department of Education approved “online teaching endorsement” can be earned in More >

Graduation Applications for M.Ed. IT candidates due soon!

Instructional Technology candidates who plan to graduate in May, 2013:

Your graduation application materials are due by October 15th. Please send or submit the following documents to Ms. Lynn Millard in Kearns 114B:

1) Application for graduation 2) Graduate Degree certification form (part of application form) 3) Receipt of payment of Diploma Application Fee from Student Accounts

Please More >

Advisement Update for new Instructional Technology students

Happy Summer, new members of the Instructional Technology M.Ed. tribe, and welcome to the program! Here are the general advisement updates you need to know. Please contact or make an appointment with your advisers for specific questions as necessary.

1) Registration for Fall 2012 via WebAdvisor is available right now; however, you must More >

M.Ed. Learning & Teaching Program Webinar April 25th

On Wednesday, April 25th, Coastal Carolina University M.Ed. faculty members Joe Winslow and Marcie Ellerbe invited local teachers to attend a free live webinar on the new M.Ed. Learning & Teaching program. This brief online presentation  reviewed curriculum, scheduling, tuition, admission and other logistics, as well as demonstrated how to qualify More >

Instructional Technology classes summer 2012

M.Ed. candidates and others interested in instructional technology, we have an exciting update for our summer offerings – the addition of a new class – EDIT 660 Advanced Online Teaching! We have collaborated with the state department of education’s Office of eLearning to design this course specifically for the new More >

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Mentoring technology leaders via Professional Development Partnerships

M.Ed. candidate Regina Pieterse demonstrates to HCS teachers the use of cloud based storage services to improve professional productivity. (Photo: Bill Edmunds)

Coastal Carolina University graduate students conducted technology training workshops for Horry County teachers in campus labs on Feb. 20. Billed as the first annual Instructional Technology Symposium, the event was More >


1st Annual HCS / CCU Technology Symposium Feb. 20!

On Monday, February 20, approximately 100 Horry County teachers will participate in a full day of hands-on technology training hosted by the Spadoni College of Education. The symposium is the result of a unique partnership between HCS administrators and instructional technology faculty members, and will be conducted by 14 M.Ed. More >

Summer School schedule change for EDIT 650

Please be advised that EDIT 650 (Teaching and Learning Online) has been moved from Summer II to Summer I in the long term planning schedule, beginning in 2012. The reason for the change is actually quite exciting–the college has developed a new course in Advanced Online Teaching (EDIT 660) which, when approved, will More >

Instructional Film Festival tonight!

On Monday, December 5th, students in EDIT 640 (Instructional Videography) will host the first ever Instructional Film Festival for the college. This event is open to the public and will present the following original production shorts (5 minutes):

  • SmartBoard Basics
  • Correct Baseball Fielding Technique
  • Proper Table Manners
  • Golf Tee Shots
  • Softball Hitting Technique
  • Anti-Bullying with Lightsabers
  • Building More >

2011 AECT International Convention: Integrating Web-Based Tools for Improving Communication, Engagement and Feedback in 1:1 Student-to-Computer Classrooms

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This session presents Web 2.0 technologies integrated with instructional techniques for improving communication, engagement and feedback in 1:1 student-to-computer classrooms such as computer labs. Specific instructional activities aligned with Web 2.0 tools will be discussed. These are technologically-rich and theoretically sound instructional methods designed to improve student More >

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