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Instructional Systems Development

ISD

Class Schedule

 

Registration Instructions

Registration is a three step process:

1. Advising - All students must contact Dr. Chuck Hodell Hodell@umbc.edu to receive academic advising. This ensures that students don’t waste time or money by taking the wrong course. Students should complete their advising form for Dr. Hodell and include it with any authorization request.

The advising form and instructions are at http://www.umbc.edu/isd/advising.html.  Your Academic Advising form must accompany all authorizations requests to Dr. Hodell.  Please note that it may take 7 - 10 day for review and approval of courses after the academic planning form is received.

If you do not know what courses you should take please utilize the advising offerings.

2. Authorization Process -After Dr. Hodell approves your course selection, we will enter your authorization into the registration system and you will be able to register after the dates below.  More authorizations than total number of spaces in a course may be entered.

3. Registration - After students are authorized, they may registration online via myUMBC according to the below dates. Authorization does not guarantee a seat in the course.  Students must register online via myUMBC and are advised to do so, as soon as possible. (Online registration instructions may be found here)

Students interested in courses EDUC 792T and 794 should contact Dr. Greg Williams directly at gregw@umbc.edu prior to requesting authorization to discuss their internship or final project.

Course Offerings:

Asynchronous – eLearning classes that do not require students and instructors to be online at the same time.

Synchronous – eLearning classes that require students and instructors to be online at the same time.  Students can log in from a PC in any location, as long as it has an internet connection.

Hybrid - meetings that include a mix of both in-person and online sessions.

Course Locations

In-person courses will be located at the South Campus location. Click Here to learn more about South Campus and to get directions. When you arrive at the building, there will be door signs for course locations.

                          Fall 2014

                          Semester Begins:  Wednesday, August 27, 2014

                          Last Day to Add a Course:  Wednesday, September 10, 2014

                          Last Day of Classes: Tuesday, December 9, 2014

                          Fall Academic Calendar:  Click Here

Registration Schedule
Advance Registration for Continuing Masters and Certificate Students
Begins March 31, 2014
New Graduate Student Registration
Begins June 2, 2014
Non-Degree
Begins August 20, 2014

 

Course & Section Number

Class Number

Course Title

Day/Time

Instructor

Room

EDUC 602 - 04

2279

Instructional Systems Development I

Asynchronous

Hodell, C.

n/a

EDUC 602 - 05

2280

Instructional Systems Development I

Asynchronous

Hodell, C.

n/a

EDUC 603 - 01

2281

Instructional Systems Development II

Asynchronous

Campos, J.

n/a

EDUC 605 - 02

2283

The Adult Learner

Asynchronous

Hodell, C.

n/a

EDUC 605 - 03

5072

The Adult Learner

Asynchronous

Sullivan

n/a

EDUC 647 - 01

2288

Distance Training

Mostly Asynchronous with some synchronous sessions

Weinstein, S.

n/a

EDUC 671 - 01

2284

Principles of Training and Development

Asynchronous

Berge, Z.

n/a

EDUC 671 - 02

2285

Principles of Training and Development

Asynchronous

Berge, Z.

n/a

EDUC 681 - 01

2286

Survey of Instructional Technology Applications

Synchronous Mondays 7:10 - 9:40 p.m.

Kellerman, P.

n/a

EDUC 682 - 01

2287

Instructional Technology Design and Development

Synchronous Wednesdays 7:10 - 9:40 p.m.

Ira, K.

n/a

EDUC 683 - 01

5128

Multi-Media Project Management

Mostly Asynchronous with some synchronous sessions the first two Thursdays of the course 7:10 p.m

Ahmad, R.

n/a

EDUC 689 – 01

7742

Advance Special Topics – Portfolio Development and Talent Management

Mostly Asynchronous with some meetings between a student and the professor

Williams, G.

n/a

 

EDUC 689 - 04

6968

Advance Special Topics - Connecting ISD and Performance

Mostly Asynchronous with some synchronous class meetings 7:10 - 9:40 p.m.

Zaranis, C.

n/a

EDUC 771 - 03

2394

Research Designs in Education

Asynchronous

Curran, K.

n/a

EDUC 792T - 01

2391

ISD Internship - Training

Asynchronous

Williams, G.

n/a

EDUC 794 - 02

5500

ISD Project Seminar

Asynchronous

Williams, G.

n/a

 

    Winter 2015

    Registration Begins: Monday, October 27, 2014

    Semester Begins: Monday, January 5, 2015 

    Last Day to Add a Course:  Thursday, January 8, 2015

    Last Day of Classes: Friday, January 23, 2015

    Winter Academic Calendar: Click Here 

Course & Section Number

Class Number

Course Title

Day/Time

Instructor

Room

EDUC 689 – 01

1023

Advance Special Topics – Managing Your Career

Mostly Asynchronous with some meetings between a student and the professor

Williams, G.

n/a

 

 

The main objective of the course is to prepare students to advance their career goals. You may find more information about the course in this You Tube video for EDUC 689 Managing Your CareerClick Here for the full course description.

This course will be taught as a guided independent study course. If students do not finish at the end of the winter session it will be possible to take an incomplete and complete the course by the end of the spring session.

If you have questions about the course content, contact Dr. Williams at gregw@umbc.edu.

To request authorization to register for the winter 2015 course e-mail Renee Eisenhuth at reisen@umbc.edu.