I am looking for a way to visualize the amount of students with school provided computers and how it has changed over time.
I'm from South Korea and I'm working in a education company making education program for 3 years after graduating English Language and Literature major.
As I work, I felt I need to get some knowledge about educational instructional design and educational technology.
Now I'm considering online master degree in a U.S. university for educational technology. I haven't thought about PhD yet but I might get one if I have enough time and money later.
I'm searching for fully online as I need to work too. Also I hope it's not expensive so that I can handle tuition.
Could anyone give me any advice for choosing university or share experience of online master degrees?
Just wanted to see if any students here took Ed tech for spring 2020 and opted to extend their final project turn in.
I did this option, and turned in my project later, but my project was never graded, and I just recently saw my grade was changed from incomplete to F.
I have already sent an email to professor Joyner asking about it but about 2 weeks have gone without any response.
I was wondering if this is a 1 off case or if other students from spring 2020 who extended their projects are experiencing the same issues?
Thanks for the info, and happy new years!