Tech & Learning, a website and national magazine for leaders in the field of educational technology, has selected Michigan State University Professor Punya Mishra among the 10 Most Influential People in Ed Tech. The 2011 list was based on a survey of readers and advisers and published in the June issue of the magazine. Mishra… Read More »
Matthew Koehler and Punya Mishra, both faculty members in educational psychology and educational technology at Michigan State University, were selected to serve as co-chairs of the 2011 Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) national conference in Nashville, Tenn. The conference, scheduled for March 7-11, is attended by hundreds of people interested in today’s issues… Read More »
The Capital News Service published a news article on the value of online courses, including their potential to open opportunities for high schools students when certain courses are not available in their school. When taught effectively, online courses can actually prove more engaging for students. Professor Punya Mishra is quoted.
Michigan State University is now offering its doctoral program in Educational Psychology and Educational Technology online with a new hybrid option focused on the evolving role of technology in learning. The blended four to five-year program, which combines online coursework with summer classes on campus, is designed to meet a growing demand from experienced education… Read More »