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  Sep 20, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Department of Learning Technologies


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Main Office
Discovery Park, Room G150

Mailing address:
3940 N. Elm Street
Denton, TX 76203-0530
940-565-2057
Fax: 940-565-4194

Web site: www.lt.unt.edu

Cathleen Norris, Interim Chair

Faculty  

 

Learning technologies continue to change the face of education and training internationally, nationally, regionally and statewide. The degree programs of the Department of Learning Technologies are nationally and internationally known for preparing future educators and technology professionals to advance knowledge of technology tools and their applications. Faculty members within the department continue this leadership role through scholarship, grant acquisition, teaching and service activities.

Learning technologies graduates play key roles in a wide variety of educational and business settings such as principals of schools, technology coordinators, web designers and developers, technical consultants, higher education faculty, instructional designers, and researchers. Their impact on learning technologies will continue to evolve and expand over the next few decades. The vision of the learning technologies department is to provide students with knowledge and experience that add value to learning technologies through research, product development, and application of current tools to solving educational problems.

Academic advising

Advising on courses, programs and related questions is available through the college advising office, Discovery Park, Room C232; 940-565-2445; ci-advising@unt.edu. Students are encouraged to contact their advisors each term/semester for help with program decisions and enrollment. All students should have an approved degree audit on file as early as possible, but not later than the beginning of the final 30 hours of courses. See individual programs below for more information. Calls and visits by prospective students also are welcomed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Learning technologies

The program in learning technologies offers a minor in computer education, as well as a number of elective and service courses designed to enhance the preparation of classroom teachers and corporate professionals by providing opportunities for them to learn about and integrate technology.

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      Learning Technologies

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