EDCI 66000B - Learning Design and Technology Seminar II

Format: Online
Duration: 8 weeks
Credits: 1 credit

Instructional design is one of the fastest-growing and most exciting career paths in the workplace today. From designing instructional videos to implementing multimedia materials, the opportunities in educational and corporate settings are creative, challenging and rewarding. In EDCI 66000B Learning Design and Technology (LDT) Seminar II, you’ll learn the skills and gain the knowledge you’ll need to succeed in the program and create a professional portfolio that will get you noticed in today’s competitive job market.

What You’ll Learn in EDCI 66000B
This seminar is designed to help you to understand the knowledge and skills necessary for your success throughout and following the Learning Design and Technology program. In addition to providing you with information that will help you succeed in the program, you’ll discover ways in which you can make yourself more attractive to future employers. You’ll also practice group project skills as another step in the road to success.

Course Topics
Throughout this course, weekly topics may include but are not limited to:

  • Clarifying your Career Path
  • Career Pathway Project
  • The Practicum
  • The Portfolio

Course Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of EDCI 66000B Learning Design and Technology Seminar II, you will be able to:

  • Identify a career pathway that is appropriate for you, including the skills, knowledge, and attitudes you will need to be successful.
  • Apply group project skills and management techniques to make you successful in future courses and your career.
  • Discuss the milestones of the LDT program, including the practicum and portfolio experience and the program competencies.

*Disclaimer: Course content and outcomes may vary and are subject to change without notice.

Request More Information
To learn more about the online MSEd in Learning Design and Technology curriculum from Purdue University, including Learning Design and Technology Seminar II, call (877) 497-5851 to speak with an admissions advisor or request more information.