Most every driven professional comes to the same conclusion when it comes to learning, it must always be present. Life, as well as business, is steeped in the promise of change, a catalyst to learning. In fact, most everyone at a certain point realizes that change is necessary. Shahwar Amin ’22, Learning and Performance Technology, […]
One of the greatest feelings a professional can experience is knowing the work they put out in the world impacts the lives of others.
The Learning and Performance Technology Graduate Program (LAPT) at UMBC is specifically designed to help Instructional Designers learn and grow. The program is portfolio-based. This feature allows students to build a tangible working portfolio that becomes their intellectual property.
When it comes to the field of Instructional Design, community and networking drive the success. When it comes down to ISD, we’re all learners on various levels. Bridging the knowledge gap with well-thought out instruction is the key to dynamic transformations and continued to growth.
We recently sat down and spoke with Dr. Greg Williams, program director of the Learning and Performance Technology (LAPT) graduate program.
“Probably the most important thing about the master’s program is the fact that it is career-oriented.” Thejus Chakravarthy ’05 M.A. ISD.
We invite you to listen in to this episode of UMBC’s Mic’d Up with Dr. Greg Williams, graduate program director for UMBC’s Learning and Performance Technology graduate programs, formerly known as ISD.
The Learning and Performance Technology Graduate Programs at UMBC (formerly known as ISD) are completely online.
UMBC’s Learning and Performance Technology Programs are led by a distinguished faculty of practitioners in the ISD field. Our Faculty in Focus today is Dr. Greg Williams, Program Director.
Online learning opens the door to education for many people. But, it’s not for everyone. To decide if online learning is a viable option for you, let’s look at a few key things about it.