I want to pursue a masters degree in Educational Technology, however i need it to be online. Also affordable. A few members have told me about Lamar.edu, but i was wondering if there is any other school that you may know of that offers a MA. Ed. Technology.

Any help is much appreciated.

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If you're more into how to use tools/reaources in the classroom, you should consider the Wilkes/Discovery joint effort. It's an online Masters in Instructional Media. There are scholarships and financial assistance for US students. I suggest that you take a look, and if you contact them, please let them know that I (Sue Hellman) recommended the program to you.
New Jersey City University offers a Masters in Ed Tech entirely online.
The University of Wisconsin-Stout has an online program. I received my Masters from a traditional program at the Richard Stockton College on NJ before online was popular. In retrospect, I think a combination program would be the ideal solution because t local networking from in person classes is invaluable. Still UWS would be a good solution for you if you need 100% online. Try contacting Dennis O'Connor for information.

I also agree that that NJ City University is another good option. Hope this helps.
Hi Robert,

I'll put a plug in for U of Nebraska @ Kearney. I just wrapped up a MS in Instructional Technology. It's all online and, in my opinion, affordable. The program can also be tailored a good bit - I used 9 credits for independent study (with a focus on computer programming and Course Management Systems).

Their website: http://aaunk.unk.edu/gradcatalogs/current/ed/mseit.asp



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