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Lead in a Growing Field



The 12-credit Learning Technology Leadership and Innovation (LTLI) Graduate Certificate will prepare you to advocate for technology innovation and lead equitable learning initiatives. You'll develop and build capacity for leading school or university-wide initiatives that leverage learning technologies to support today's learners in an ever-evolving digital learning environment.

The LTLI certificate is a competency-based, online program that enables students to master clearly defined learning objectives related to instructional design, online teaching, professional development planning, project management, and more under the guidance of a faculty mentor. Students will complete the coursework and assessments with flexible due dates within the term and optional synchronous Zoom sessions.

The program aligns with The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) framework and will support proficiency in the International Standards for Technology in Education (ISTE) for Education Leaders.

The LTLI Certificate can count toward a concentration for the MA in Educational Studies or doctoral program in Educational Leadership and Learning.

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Advocate for Technology Innovation

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01 Coursework

Curriculum Requirements (12 credits)

EDLD 580 Instructional Design for Leaders: Fall 2022

EDLD 581 Visionary Leadership for Systems Planning: Spring 2023

EDLD 582 Promoting Equity with Technology: Summer 2023

EDLD 583 Creativity and Innovation: Fall 2023

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