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College of Education

Claudius G. Clemmer

Why should I study Educational Communication and Technology?

Connections. Commitment. Community.

Communication skills are based on sound understanding of the fundamentals of spoken and written language. In today's information driven world, communication must be rapid, accurate, and contain the essential facts and ideas necessary to provide the receiver of the communication with the means to act responsibly, effectively, and efficiently. The individual who is highly competent in the way and means of educational communications and technology provides support for both students and colleagues in fostering information sharing capabilities.

For more information, visit the website of the Department of Curriculum & Instruction, Educational Communications & Technology Program.

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