Instructional Design and Technology
ESU003.007.004

Summary Information

Repository
Emporia State University Special Collections and Archives
Creator
Emporia State University. Dept. of Instructional Design and Technology.
Title
Instructional Design and Technology
ID
ESU003.007.004
Date
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Extent
1.0 Linear feet
Language
English
Abstract
Records of the Department of Instructional Design and Technology for Emporia State University.

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Biographical/Historical note

The Department of Instructional Design and Technology is a an ever-evolving unit of Emporia State University’s Teachers College. This department was created due to the rising use of and need for technology in education, and focuses on the design, development, and integration of technology and online teaching into education. The program offers an online masters degree program in which students may be prepared for jobs such as computer coordinator, distance learning specialist, Web developer, and staff development director. The Division of Instructional Design and Technology was created in the fall of 1996 and became the Department of Instructional Design in 2000/2001. Armand Seguin was designated the acting chairperson in 1996, became the official chairperson the following year, and remained in this position until 2003/2004 when Marcus Childress became chairperson of the department.

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Scope and Contents note

This collection presents information on the Instructional Design and Technology master’s program. It contains general records, publications, and administrative materials. General records include promotional materials such as flyers, brochures, a CD, and informational packets on graduate school and the Instructional Design and Technology degree. There is also an e-mail regarding the retirement of Dr. Jean Morrow and a full page biography and lecture synopsis on distinguished lecturer Ian Jukes. A publication that comes from this collection is the book, Million Dollar Mistakes Made by Most Freshmen: 10 Strategies Guaranteed to Help You Ace College, by faculty member Dr. Dusti D. Howell published in 2007. Of administrative material, there is included the  Master of Science Degree in Instructional Design and Technology: ProposalThe Department of Instructional Design and Technology is a an ever-evolving unit of Emporia State University’s Teachers College. This department was created due to the rising use of and need for technology in education, and focuses on the design, development, and integration of technology and online teaching into education. The program offers an online masters degree program in which students may be prepared for jobs such as computer coordinator, distance learning specialist, Web developer, and staff development director. The Division of Instructional Design and Technology was created in the fall of 1996 and became the Department of Instructional Design in 2000/2001. Armand Seguin was designated the acting chairperson in 1996, became the official chairperson the following year, and remained in this position until 2003/2004 when Marcus Childress became chairperson of the department. by the Division of Teacher Education, The Teachers College, Emporia State University created in the fall of 1994.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Emporia State University Special Collections and Archives

1200 Commercial St
Campus Box 4051
Emporia, KS, 66801
(620) 341-6431
archives@emporia.edu

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Emporia State University. Dept. of Instructional Design and Technology.

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Collection Inventory

Accruals - 2012/2013 

Box Folder

Brochure – Courses in IDT, Summer and Fall 2013. 

2012/2013 - 1 1

Newsletter – Instructional Design: Finding the Best Tools and Strategies to Enhance Student Learning, volume 1, numbers 1-7, 

2012/2013 - 1 2

Newsletter – Instructional Design: Finding the Best Tools and Strategies to Enhance Student Learning, volume 2, numbers 1-5, 2013. 

2012/2013 - 1 3

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