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TechCommGeekMom’s Updated Tech Comm Educational Resources Out Now!

degreeinhandSome updates have been made to my Tech Comm Educational Resources list. There are two new additions.

First, there is a new Master’s degree in Social Media–and it’s an online course of study–available through the University of Florida. I’ve checked out the program and talked briefly with a rep for the program, and it sounds like a great program.

The second new addition is a new Master’s degree in Technical Communication from Arizona State University, which already has a great Bachelor’s program. This ASU program is so new that the first class will start in Fall 2014!  I’ve looked at the curriculum of this program as well, and it also looks very good.

For more information, look for the Technical Communications Education Resource List on this blog by either clicking on the ID/TC Education Resources tab above, or by clicking here.

If you are interested in Instructional Design educational resources, you can click on the same links for the Instructional Design Education Resource List.

If you know of a related program that I don’t have listed for either category, please let me know, and I’ll be happy to add it to my lists!

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Hurrah! The ID/TC Education Resources Page has been updated on!

Hello everyone!

It feels like it’s been a long time since I’ve posted here, but it’s only been a week. I do try to post something original here at least once a week as best as I can.

But right now, I’m mentally wiped out, so it occurred to me that now is a great time to update some of the pages here as best as I can.

So, for easier reading, I’ve updated the Instructional Design/Technical Communications Education Resources Page (otherwise known as the ID/TC Education Resources Page). If you click the link above in the navigation, that will take you directly to that page.

Now, upon first inspection, it will look pretty much the same, with the same links to helpful articles.

But now after a few additions and some reorganization, all 158 credentials are listed and organized by credential. Specifically, they are split up between Bachelor’s degrees, Certificates, Specialist degrees, Master’s degrees, and finally Doctorates.  I’m hoping that this reorganization will help anyone who is looking for that next avenue themselves. Many of these programs are online too, so be sure to check them out. Even my own alma mater, NJIT, is listed in the Master’s programs. 😉

As always, if you have a suggestion for a higher ed program related to technical communications, e-learning or m-learning, please let me know so I can add it to the list!

Enjoy, and thanks for continuing to support!