Congratulations MSIDT Graduates!

We are pleased to announce that MSIDT Cohort 14 graduated on Sunday, May 21st. Graduates gathered around to take a class picture in their cap and gowns.

Congratulations Class of 2017!  We are proud of you!

Congratulations to MSIDT Alumna Tracy Stuntz

We are pleased to announce that MSIDT Alumna Tracy Stuntz, class of 2016,  has been accepted to an Educational Leadership Program to pursue her Doctor of Education. She will begin the Collaborative Online Doctorate in Educational Leadership, a joint venture between Fresno State University and CSU Channel Islands. We are proud of Tracy and know that she will be an asset to the Doctor of Education Program!

Congratulations Tracy Stuntz!  We are proud of you!



We are pleased to announce that Mr. Rex Bartholomew will continue his education and pursue a doctoral degree beginning fall 2017. Rex was selected as the Graduate Student of the Year by the CSUF Alumni Association. Congratulations to Rex we wish him continued success!

Ms. Lindsay O’Neill recognized at Honor an Educator

This year Ms.Lindsay O’Neill was recognized at Honor an Educator. She received this special recognition due to her dedication to MSIDT graduate students, her commitment to teaching, and for her overall outstanding contributions to the MSIDT program. We are proud to have Ms. O’Neill as a faculty member in the MSIDT program.

MSIDT Student Ms. Cameryn Williams Blog

“The ID world is evolving quickly and it’s nice to have a place to stop in and catch up. Cameryn Williams blogs about her first year as an Instructional Designer, current trends, quick tips, best practices and more. If you’re an Instructional Designer, educator or simply someone who loves to talk tech, come on over to the ID eCorner. Check it out here !

COE Webinar Series

From Our Home To Yours! COE Webinar Series 2017
Join us for a series of live webinars. Find out more about new, interesting, and engaging education topics. It’s easy to join in. On the day of the webinar, just click on the link and you’re in. Connect with us and explore doctoral programs, life abroad, new technology websites, strategies to engage all learners, LinkedIn profiles, the CSUF Alumni Association, resumes and teaching in higher education.Click here to know more.

MSIDT Featured Alumnus Mr. Randall Fujimoto M.S.

Randall Fujimoto, class of 2010, started a nonprofit educational organization called GameTrain Learning to promote game-based learning in education after graduation. Recently, he added a for-profit division of GameTrain Learning to design and develop games for the training industry. His new business focuses on creating transmedia training games, which was his research focus of his MSIDT final project. We asked Randall if he applies anything he learned while earning his Master of Science degree, he stated that “I worked in the video game industry prior to the MSIDT program, so I was able to combine my gaming experience with the skills and knowledge that I gained in the program to better understand how game-based learning can effectively be utilized in education. Specifically, being able to learn about and apply instructional design and learning theory, social and online learning principles, and motivation theory to gaming activities has allowed me to create programs to educate teachers and other educators about game-based learning.”Randall has remained connected to the MSIDT Alumni Association and has hosted webinars about gaming and serves as a mentor to current graduate students. We wanted to know if Randall would recommend the MSIDT program to others. He said “Most definitely! Not only will you become a part of a strong online community of learners, but also, and maybe more importantly, you will learn about the process of learning and how this process can make you a better self-directed, lifelong learner.” The MSIDT program connects theory to practice and prepares student in their future careers as instructional designers, elearning professionals, and many other careers. My MSIDT degree enabled me to start a nonprofit educational organization called GameTrain Learning to promote game-based learning in education. Our programs include professional development workshops for educators, game-based curriculum design, educational game development, and game-based college workshops.
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