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Our 100% online programs in Instructional Technology are designed to help you become a leader in effective and innovative uses of current and emerging technology. The required coursework, research, and clinical experiences are designed for educators working in a variety of contexts. You will engage in inquiry-based curriculum and build capacity to continually assess your local context; implement technology to enhance teaching, learning and assessment; build professional learning networks to support ongoing professional development; and develop expertise in current and emerging instructional technologies. Essential to this program is a commitment to local community, advocacy for accessibility, and social justice, especially in the context of the potential for new technology to influence educational settings.

Flexible and Accessible.


Program Essential Questions

Our curriculum is designed to investigate the following central questions:

  • Learning Environments: How do educators leverage technology to create environments that support the development of diverse skills, and emphasize challenging learning experiences?
  • Teaching and Learning: How can technology enhance teaching and learning partnerships that support and promote innovative models of deeper learning?
  • Digital Citizenship: How can educators promote an understanding of the social, ethical and legal issues and responsibilities related to a globally connected society?
  • Professional Practice: How can educators develop and model pedagogical and andragogical principles of learning to promote professional growth and practice in a globally connected society?
  • Leadership: How can educators align vision, implementation, and practice to foster learning enhanced by technology?

An introduction to the M.Ed. in Instructional Technology program from Dr. Johanna Prince, Program Coordinator of the Master of Education in Instructional Technology, University of Maine Farmington

Information on the application process from Dagmar Moravec, MS, UMaineOnline Advisor

Our advising center can answer all of your questions about earning aDagmar Moravec degree or certificate through UMaineOnline. Call us at 207.581.5858 or email us at umaineonline@maine.edu. Setup an appointment today – we look forward to speaking with you!

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