Instructional Technology Certification

Georgia College offers a program for an add-on in Instructional Technology.  To qualify for IT certification, an educator must already hold PSC certification in some field (e.g., Early Childhood, Secondary, Library Media).  You may be interested in our M.Ed. Library Media with Instructional Technology certification.  Programs for the add-on are tailored for the individual student.  Please discuss this option with an advisor.
A typical program for an Individual who has a Master of Education (M.Ed.) Degree*

  • EDIT 5202  Instructional Technology for Teachers
  • EDIT 6210  Foundations of Instructional Technology
  • EDIT 6225  Introduction to Distance Education
  • EDIT 6230  Evaluation
  • EDIT 6275  Instructional Design
  • EDIT 6960  Instructional Technology Internship
  • EDIT 6700  Emerging Web Technologies for the Classroom

*These are typical plans and will vary according to the previous coursework of the candidate.


Instructional Technology Certification

Diane Gregg

Dr. Diane Gregg

Program Coordinator
Room 137

EdD, University of Missouri-St. Louis; MA, Southeast Missouri State University; BS, Southeast Missouri State University


Children’s and Young Adult Literature, Information Literacy, Intellectual Freedom

Professional Service

Service to Library Media/Instructional Technology Students, Service to the Georgia College community, Service to Practicing Media Specialists and Classroom Teachers

shanda brand

Ms. Shanda Brand

Graduate Director
217A Kilpatrick Education Center