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Dear Prospective Students,

Carnegie Mellon University invites you to attend our 30 minute virtual open house on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 11:00 AM EDT. You will learn more about our innovative degree in educational technology offered through the renowned Human-Computer Interaction Institute. If you are passionate about leveraging technology to develop better learning outcomes, consider pursuing a Masters of Educational Technology and Learning Science (METALS) degree. Our alumni are learning designers, learning engineers, and education designers within organizations that are impacting the industry.

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About the Program: METALS is a one-year, interdisciplinary masters program that trains graduate students to apply evidence-based research in learning to create effective instruction and educational technologies for formal and informal settings such as schools, workplaces, and museums. METALS culminates with a seven-month capstone project for an external client. Guided by industry and faculty mentors in this team-based research and development project, students experience the end-to-end process of a product cycle from idea through prototyping. Challenge Your Limits. Learn how to employ evidence-based research to create innovations in learning.

 

Displaying We are currently accepting applicants for consideration for the Fall 2017 class. Applications are due December 15. To learn more attend our virtual open house or visit our website at http://metals.hcii.cmu.edu.

 

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