Library Science & Instructional Technology
Where Are They Now:
KU Library Science and Instructional Technology Graduates Making a Difference
Drs. Harmer and Sims represent the Library Science and Instructional Technology Department by demonstrating teaching technologies at the Pennsylvania School Library Association conference.
Cathy and Petunia
KU Library Science graduate student, Cathy Breisacher, received word that the iphone and iPad app for her children's book, Petunia Pepper's Picture Day, made it on a Top 50 list of children's book apps. Congratulations!
Online Learning Panel Discussion
What a success! Our department, in conjunction with Bridges Virtual Education Services, hosted the inaugural K-12 Online Learning Summit on June 22. We had a capacity crowd of more than 80 administrators, educators, and technologists, who participated in a day-long conversation about online learning in the K-12 environment.
Photos and resources from the event are posted in our News and Noteworthy section.
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The summit generated interest in the Kutztown University's 9-credit online teaching sequence. Teachers wishing to gain practical experience developing an effective online course should consider our online teaching sequence.
Fast-track your career with the Kutztown University Instructional Technology program. For more information, contact Dr. Andrea Harmer.
Andrea Harmer, Ed.D
Dept of Library Science/Instructional Technology
12 Rohrbach Library
Kutztown, PA 19530
Last Updated 8-15-2014 WJ