UW Madison Home Page

E P D 700: Connected Learning Essentials

  • Catalog Description:
    The course is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to be efficient and effective learners in a networked environment. The course recognizes that the role of learner is only one of many roles that you must play in your busy life. It strives to help you become easily adaptable to digital tools and technologies. The course cannot address all network and computing situations required by a student or professional, but will focus on key concepts, orientation, and critical skills that have been identified as key professional competencies of a digitally literate professional. You will learn key concepts to be an effective online learner and connected professional. This includes: tools and strategies for online learning; efficient time and attention management; tools and best practices for online collaboration and communication; and techniques for the continuous improvement of skills in all applicable facets of digital professional work. The goals of th
  • Credits: 1
  • Prerequisites: Graduate or professional standing
  • Official Course Description (pdf)

    Moodle and D2L are being retired. Already, many Engineering courses are in Canvas rather than Moodle. Rather than using the Moodle links below, it is recommended that you use the Learn@UW site (learnuw.wisc.edu) to gain access to all of the LSM choices available to campus.