Credits: 3 credits
Students will draw upon their earlier research and/or experience in technology-enhanced learning environments, as well as current literature to identify and explore a variety of contemporary issues in technology-enhanced digital learning methods and technologies. Students adopt a critical mindset in approaching both theory and practice, including those related to issues they encounter in their own discipline. Working both individually and in teams for selected activities and assignments, participants will explore ethical and social justice issues including access to learning, open and participatory practices, online privacy and safety in digital learning environments, copyright and licensing, and the idea of the commons. The course culminates in an integrative project incorporating both theory and practice.
Prerequisite: Bachelor's Degree and/or special permission from the School of Education Meets TRU MEd Admission Requirements.
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