The graduate College of Education at the University of Massachusetts Lowell (UML), is in the second year of a service centered model for graduate coursework in educational technology. The two courses Technology and Learning Environments (T&LE, 1994), and Technology and Schools of the Future (T&SF, 1995) had previously been offered as "traditional" academic offerings. In cooperation with the Lawrence Public Schools, one of the poorest districts in the nation, these courses were modified as "service learning" experiences. A more detailed account of the first year of this project (LeBaron and Scribner-MacLean, 1995) is available on request to the authors. This paper discusses the lessons learned from Phase One, describes the changes implemented for Phase Two, and considers prospects for future project growth.
LeBaron, John; Burke, Dorothy; and Maloof, Christine, "Developing Graduate Educational Technology Programs from a Service Learning Platform" (1996). Higher Education. 71.
A paper presented to the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education.
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