Educational Technology Facilities

Doctoral Research
The University of Kansas School of Education was recently ranked in the top 10 US public Schools of Education. Its location in the newly remodeled, technology-rich, J. R. Pearson Hall on the main campus of the University of Kansas in Lawrence offers convenient access to all the resources of a major research university including comprehensive library, research centers and modern information technology systems throughout the campus. Students are known to spend leisure time taking advantage of KU's excellent recreation facilities or attending an athletic event.

The School provides outstanding support for updating and improving educational technology resources including the instructional labs, classrooms, lecture halls and teleconferencing centers. Student often use the broadband wireless to connect their portable computers and mobile devices in the classrooms and common areas. The School of Education continues to update and enhance the quality of classroom technology support and emerging technology to support innovative approaches to teaching and research including: transnational education, data driven school improvement, eLearning, biometrics, and constructivist learning environments. Students working in these areas make extensive use of the wireless networks, teleconferencing video and audio media equipment, and the Learning Resource Center (LRC).

Several graduate students have also held positions and otherwise benefited from the many educational technology projects and research centers such as: Centers such as the eLearning Design Lab (eDL), Advanced Learning Technology (ALTEC), Center for Educational Testing and Evaluation (CETE), Information and Telecommunication Technology Center (ITTC), and the Center for Research on Learning (CRL) Center for Science Education (CSE).

Facilities Supporting Educational Technology
Centers Supporting Educational Technology

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