Welcome to EDIT 670

Dear EDIT 670 Students,

This is a 16-week, fully online course (15 modules). This course introduces the theory and implementation of educational games, simulations, and virtual environments for improved instructional engagement. A variety of game engine software and various methodologies for building and evaluating gaming models will be explored. Students will design games and role playing/simulations.

To facilitate the communication outside of the class, Moodle is used for homework submission, quizzes, and online communication. Also, your Coastal E-mail will be used for any other correspondence outside Moodle. It is your responsibility to check your account frequently for course announcements. Besides, do not send the instructor E-mail questions unless they are personal or confidential in nature; instead, please post your questions to the General Discussion forum on Moodle so the entire class can benefit from the answers. This is especially helpful for technical troubleshooting.

Requirements

  • Read online text, assigned textbook chapters, and online articles
  • Engage in positive and meaningful dialog with classmates concerning the course subject matter
  • Complete assignments/assessments prior to deadline

Delivery

This course has a modular structure. Each module is individually assessed, but successive modules build on previous information. The course pedagogy is based on collaborative learning and group participation. Discussion questions will form a basis for discussion. To facilitate the communication, Moodle is used for homework submission and online communication. Please be advised that it is your responsibility to login to your online course frequently for course announcements.

Workload

This is an intensive course requiring approximately 5 – 6 hours for each module. The time commitment will vary depending on the individual’s technical skills, needs, and personal study habits. Participants are required to log onto the course a minimum of three times a week.

Again, welcome to EDIT 670. Happy surfing and learning!

Lead Instructor

Cheng-Yuan (Corey) Lee, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Instructional Technology
Spadoni College of Education
Prince Building 205A
Coastal Carolina University
P.O. Box 261954
Conway, SC 29528-6054
843-349-2780
[email protected]
http://coreylee.me