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Welcome to the class home page for Dr. D's section of ETEC 557 - Integration of Technology Throughout the Curriculum
CRN 01W: 50070
Summer II, 2009
This is a "Web-Based" course.
Q: Where and when do I access the course?
A: The course will be conducted in eCollege with some resources provided on this 'public' page. The direct link to eCollege is http://online.tamuc.org/. The course will be accessible on the first day of scheduled class. At that time, you will need to log in and follow the posted instructions.
Q: Can you tell me anything about the course.
A: No, not yet. I just gained access to the course myself and this is my first semester to teach this particular course. Fortunately, the assignments and activities are already established. What I can say is that I will endeavor to follow the approved syllabus and teach the course as closely to it's intended design as possible in order to be consistent with the other sections of the course, present and past, and be fair to all students.
Roblyer, M. D., & Doering, A. H. (2010). Integrating educational technology into teaching (5th ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon. [ISBN 0-13-513063-8]
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), Texas Education Agency. Available online at http://www.tea.state.tx.us/teks/. You will need the TEKS for your teaching field(s) and level(s), as well as the applicable Technology Applications TEKS.
Texas Technology Applications Standards One through Five, available for download at http://www.sbec.state.tx.us/SBECOnline/standtest/edstancertfieldlevl.asp.
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Possibly Useful Sites
- PowerPoint Viewer for Windows 9x & newer OS versions.
- PowerPoint Viewer for Macintosh.
- PowerPoint Office Animation Plug-in (enables PP animations in IE 5.0 without PP.)
APA Style Help
- Digital Copyright Slider (good especially for Library)
- Fair Use and Copyright for Teachers
- Lakhan, S. & Khurana, M. (2008). Intellectual property, copyright, & fair use in education. Academic Leadership, 6(4).
North Central Regional Education Laboratory
Free On-line Virus Scanners
- Housecall from Trend Micro
Possibly Un-useful Sites
Department of Educational Leadership
College of Education and Human Services
Texas A&M University-Commerce