Division of Learning Technologies at George Mason University

Division of Learning Technologies at George Mason University The Division of Learning Technologies (LT) of the College of Education and Human Development @ Mason
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The Division of Learning Technologies supports the following academic programs:

Learning Design and Technology (LDT): The Learning Design and Technology (LDT) program prepares students for positions in industry, government, and non-profit organizations that seek to strengthen workplace performance with learning interventions and experiences. The LDT program prepares students to work collaborative

ly with other professionals to ensure that learning experiences align with organizational goals. Learning Technologies in Schools (LTS): The Learning Technologies in Schools (LTS) program provides the knowledge and skills needed to enable P-12 teachers to design effective teaching and learning opportunities for P-12 learners using a range of technologies appropriate for in-person, online, and blended learning environments. PhD Specialization in Learning Technologies Design Research (LTDR): The PhD Specialization in LTDR is an innovative program that engages doctoral students in real world, workplace-based integrated design and research; LTDR addresses cross disciplinary progressive cycles of design, development, and research focused on promoting strategic thinking, innovation and creativity in the design of learning technologies to achieve educational goals. Postings for the Division of Learning Technologies are being made by Dr. Nada Dabbagh and Karla Alarcon of the Division of Learning Technologies on behalf of the Division of Learning Technologies.

Today would be my last day at George Mason University. After 27 years and 10 months, leaving is bittersweet but I will m...
05/23/2024

Today would be my last day at George Mason University. After 27 years and 10 months, leaving is bittersweet but I will miss my students (having taught over 800 Masters and Doctoral students) in the Learning Design & Technology/Learning Technology Design Research programs. I wish all the best to them as well as to my friends and colleagues and I look forward to the next chapter.

Congratulations to our Learning Technologies in Schools grads of 2024!!!
05/14/2024

Congratulations to our Learning Technologies in Schools grads of 2024!!!

05/08/2024

Please consider registering for our upcoming Virtual Information Session (open house) if you are interested in learning more about the MS in Learning Design and Technology (LDT) program and the E-Learning Certificate.

The event is on June 6 @ 7 PM and you can register here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUvcOigqjsvGtVMgUVq1Z2R_E3L6HdocOCg #/registration

Please circulate as appropriate and thanks in advance. Application fees will be waived for all attendees.

Congratulations Anastasia! We are so proud of you!
02/15/2024

Congratulations Anastasia! We are so proud of you!

Anastasia Kitsantas, professor in the Educational Psychology program, is recognized by the American Educational Research Association for her contributions to research.

01/11/2024

The National Academy of Public Administration and GovExecTV conducted a video interview with Dr. Brenda Bannan about generative AI in public education, following an article she co-wrote about this topic. Watch the interview here: http://tinyurl.com/3wnu52tn

Congrats to all of our graduates! 🎓
12/15/2023

Congrats to all of our graduates! 🎓

Congrats to our MSLDT and ELEARNING CERG graduates!
12/14/2023

Congrats to our MSLDT and ELEARNING CERG graduates!

CEHD - Learning Technologies Newsletter 2023 -
10/31/2023

CEHD - Learning Technologies Newsletter 2023 -

MSLDT student Bethany Wagener is flying high after winning a prestigious appointment to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as an instructional design summer intern. Bethany is excited to apply what she has learned so far at GMU to the real world and to learn more about the aviation industry f...

IM TECh Conference - George Mason University’s Division of Learning Technologies in collaboration with Mason’s Institute...
08/28/2023

IM TECh Conference - George Mason University’s Division of Learning Technologies in collaboration with Mason’s Institute of Digital Innovation (IDIA), Leidos, Inc., and C2 Technologies, are hosting a one-day, in-person conference on Immersive Technologies at Mason’s Arlington Campus (Van Metre Hall) Thursday September 7th. There will be a host of expert speakers and panelists as well as industry demos on how Immersive Technologies are being used for training and development in workforce education.

Best of all, registration is free!! So we encourage you to register for this conference as soon as possible and spread the word!

Dear Students, Alums, Faculty, Learning Designers, Partners, and Affiliates,   George Mason University’s Division of Learning Technologies in collaboration with Mason’s Institute of Digital Innovation (IDIA), Leidos, Inc., and C2 Technologies, are hosting a one-day, in-person conference on Imme...

Dr. Nada Dabbagh, Dr. Helen (Holly) Fake, and LTDR (Learning Technologies Design Research) doctoral student Teresa Wu, h...
07/24/2023

Dr. Nada Dabbagh, Dr. Helen (Holly) Fake, and LTDR (Learning Technologies Design Research) doctoral student Teresa Wu, had multiple presentations at the EdMedia + Innovate Learning conference (https://www.aace.org/conf/edmedia/) in Vienna, Austria this month. Here is a list of the presentations and a few pictures!

Dabbagh, N., & Wu, T. (2023). Revisiting the media vs. method debate: What have we learned after four decades? Presented at the EdMedia + Innovate Learning Conference, Vienna, Austria, July 10-14, 2023.
Fake, H., & Dabbagh, N. (2023). A 6-pronged interaction framework for personalized learning: Creating a flexible and sustainable learning ecosystem for adult learners. Presented at the EdMedia + Innovate Learning Conference, Vienna, Austria, July 10-14, 2023.
Wu, T., & Dabbagh, N. (2023). Implicit biases: Construct, contexts, intervention strategies and beyond. Poster presented at the EdMedia + Innovate Learning Conference, Vienna, Austria, July 10-14, 2023.
Wu, T., & Dabbagh, N. (2023). Play to mitigate: Implicit bias – constructs, contexts, and how serious games can be used as a mitigation strategy. Presented at the EdMedia + Innovate Learning Conference, Vienna, Austria, July 10-14, 2023.

Newly Minted Dr. Maurine Kwende!
05/21/2023

Newly Minted Dr. Maurine Kwende!

Congratulations to our MS Learning Design and Technology and ELearning Certificate 2023 Graduates 🎓
05/20/2023

Congratulations to our MS Learning Design and Technology and ELearning Certificate 2023 Graduates 🎓

Congratulations to our MEd Learning Technologies in Schools - DDLS 2023 graduates!!🎓
05/20/2023

Congratulations to our MEd Learning Technologies in Schools - DDLS 2023 graduates!!🎓

Please join us for a special online presentation and Q&A with the Global Online Teacher Education Center's (GOTEC) 2023 ...
04/10/2023

Please join us for a special online presentation and Q&A with the Global Online Teacher Education Center's (GOTEC) 2023 Fellow Curt Bonk and PhD student Zixi Li (Indiana University).

For more information and the Zoom link to the presentation, please RSVP using the following link: https://bit.ly/GOTECfellow

03/29/2023

We are holding Virtual Information Sessions for the Learning Technologies in Schools MED! The registration link can be found at https://education.gmu.edu/learning-technologies-schools/med-learning-technologies-schools-concentration.
Please pass along to any teacher you might know is interested in earning their MEd or a graduate certificate. Dr. Hathaway will start the new DDLS specialization cohort this Summer with EDIT 784: Designing for Community Participation and there's still time to join!
Virtual Information sessions will be held Thursday March 30th at 6pm and April 27th at 6 pm

The Learning Technologies in Schools program provides the knowledge and skills to design effective teaching and learning opportunities using a range of technologies appropriate for learning environments.

03/28/2023

The well-founded concerns surrounding ChatGPT shouldn’t distract us from considering how it might be useful.

Congrats to our LTS VSTE Apple watch winner, Courtney Strauss.
12/16/2022

Congrats to our LTS VSTE Apple watch winner, Courtney Strauss.

12/15/2022

British Council award nomination honors Mason faculty for their book on engaging learners in the online and blended classroom.

Congratulations to our MS LDT graduates!! 🎓
12/15/2022

Congratulations to our MS LDT graduates!! 🎓

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Division Of Learning Technologies At George Mason University 4400 University Drive, Thompson Hall/Suite 1400
Fairfax, VA
22030

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 4:30pm
Tuesday 9am - 4:30pm
Wednesday 9am - 4:30pm
Thursday 9am - 4:30pm
Friday 9am - 4:30pm

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