Information Technologies in Educational Organizations: An Innovative Collaborative Course Development, Delivery and Evaluation

Information Technologies in Educational Organizations: An Innovative Collaborative Course Development, Delivery and Evaluation

Pamela Lipe Revercomb (Syracuse University, USA) and Ruth V. Small (Syracuse University, USA)
Copyright: © 2003 |Pages: 18
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-93177-753-7.ch022
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Abstract

In this chapter, the collaborative design, development, implementation, and evaluation of a new interdisciplinary course being offered by Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies and School of Education are described. The course was offered to graduate students in response to the need to revise two master’s degree programs at Syracuse University and in order to satisfy new state competency standards for certification as Educational Technologists and School Library Media Specialists. The course development process, course objectives, course content and activities, and the results of a formative and summative evaluation conducted by the researchers are included, as well as recommendations for future implementation, including distance delivery.

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