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Educational Technology Program Showcased
Rick King, director of the ENHP graduate program in educational technology, and Steve Schatz, assistant professor of educational technology, spoke with educators from across Connecticut about options for graduate study in educational technology at the University of Hartford, and about Schatz’s innovative web initiative, “Teachers’ Help Desk.”
“Teachers’ Help Desk” (www.teachershelpdesk.com) is a free, online performance support tool for K-12 educators. The program provides a way for teachers to share ideas and resources, while enabling project organizers to study how an online support system can evolve based on user needs and suggestions. Schatz is the project director and principal investigator.
Schatz also presented at the CECA conference. His topic was “Building Online Performance Support – Short, Direct Task Aids Using Camtasia and Captivate.”
King serves on the Board of Directors for CECA.