MASTER OF EDUCATION IN ONLINE INNOVATION AND DESIGN

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MASTER OF EDUCATION IN ONLINE INNOVATION AND DESIGN

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Program Description

NOTE: This program has been suspended but the courses are still available.

The fully online Master of Education in Online Innovation and Design (ONID) courses will equip you to navigate the rapidly shifting intersections of education and technology. You have the opportunity to develop a robust digital portfolio of work that reflects practical application of theory.

Classes are taught by UAF School of Education professors and eCampus professionals who work in the field of online course design on a daily basis.

Courses

  • Web 2.0 Fundamentals
  • Multimedia Tools for Educators
  • Introduction to Applied Social Science Research
  • Current Topics in Educational Technology: Innovative Instruction and Leadership
  • Digital Citizenship: Internet Legal Issues, Copyright and Fair Use
  • Instructional Design
  • Online Pedagogy
  • Digital Storytelling
Costs
Tuition Fees
$513/credit $6/credit UA Facilities Fee
$21/credit UA Network Fee
$50/credit UAF Consolidated Fee

For more about UAF costs, visit our Financial Aid website.

Careers

  • Teachers
  • IT specialists in school districts
  • Instructional designers in education
  • Instructional designers in business settings
  • Librarians

Admissions Requirements

This program has suspended admission. The courses, however, are still available for registration.

The ONID program helped me become a better teacher and that translates into the quality of my relationships with my students. I learned to think critically and thoughtfully about what I’m teaching, why I’m teaching it and what I want my students to get out of a lesson.

Liz Humrickhouse-Lee

Librarian in La Crosse, Wisconsin

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The ONID program helped me become a better teacher and that translates into the quality of my relationships with my students. I learned to think critically and thoughtfully about what I’m teaching, why I’m teaching it and what I want my students to get out of a lesson.

Liz Humrickhouse-Lee

Librarian in La Crosse, Wisconsin