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You’ll learn to apply theory, research, creativity, and problem-solving skills to a variety of technology applications in order to improve learning. You will also develop the skills to assess, create, and manage training materials. The combination of these skills will help you to support technology supported training in educational institutions and corporate training classrooms. Through your coursework, you will gain the experience needed to efficiently and effectively use technology and multimedia tools.
When you choose to earn your degree from Walden, you’re gaining instructional design and technology training from a leading online university that uses the tools of technology to develop cutting-edge curricula. You’ll benefit from Walden’s own experience in online content development and instructional delivery. Plus, you’ll gain firsthand knowledge of a learning management system and how it is used to provide engaging and content-rich instruction.
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“This program blends creativity and conceptual knowledge about how people learn with applicable real-world experience. Students gain the skills to evaluate, create, and manage technology-based learning experiences. Plus, at Walden, they are learning from an experienced leader in online content development and instructional delivery.”
Steve Canipe, EdD
Program Director The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
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