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Learning, Design and Technology (LDT)

What is LDT?

The Learning, Design & Technology Program prepares professionals to design and evaluate educationally informed and empirically grounded learning environments, products, and programs that effectively employ emergent technologies in a variety of settings.

Program Overview

LDT Master's Projects

The Master's Project is an opportunity for LDT students to further develop and apply their learning. Through a learner-centered design process, students identify learning problems and apply appropriate theories about learning to create educationally informed and empirically grounded learning environments, products, and programs that effectively employ emergent technologies in variety of settings.

Anybuddy: A kid-smart toy

With Anybuddy, kids can turn almost anything in their world into a talking, listening character. Anybuddy consists of a set of facial features that can be attached to ordinary objects to make them...

SuperGenerational: An Intergenerational Feedback Audience

SuperGenerational is an online learning environment where America's senior citizens and younger learners interact around student projects, presentations, performances, and broader questions about...

Releaf: Research-based stress relief for friends, from friends

75% to 80% of university students are stressed. Past studies reported that the five most frequently-used coping strategies among students are dysfunctional, and that despite the prevalence of...