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Critical Technology and Digital Media for Learning Program (CriT-DML) Information Session
Information Session for students interested in the Critical Technology and Digital Media for Learning (CriT-DML) Certificate
Thank you for your interest in the Critical Technology and Digital Media for Learning (CriT-DML) Certificate program! Digital media and technology are integral to all aspects of our lives. We use them to communicate, create, design, collaborate, teach, learn, and assess within various educational contexts. Our Critical Technology and Digital Media for Learning (CriT-DML) Certificate program explores equitable design, digital literacies and agency, and critical thinking in applications of technology and digital media for learning.This certificate program prepares students for many different opportunities to advance their careers in technology and digital media for learning. In additon, this fully online and asynchronous program, can be taken as part of the online Master of Eduation (MEd) in Curriculum and Instruction program. The four courses in the certificate can provide 12 credits toward the 30 credits required in the MEd degree.
The Office of Admissions & Enrollment Services (AES) and the CriT-DML faculty would like to invite you to our Virtual Information Session! The Virtual Information Session will provide prospective students and practitioners the opportunity to speak with Dr. Tinukwa Boulder, the faculty program contact, to learn more about the program, curriculum, and our underlying purposes to be intentional, innovative and curious in how we apply and adapt technology and digital media for learning.
For questions about the courses and program, please contact: Dr. Tinukwa Boulder, Ph.D, CriT-DML Program Coordinator, email@example.com.
For questions about the admissions process, please contact: LaToya Walters, Admissions and Recruitment Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org.