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Educational Psychology (EDPY) 480

Learning with Technology (Revision 2)



Delivery mode:

Individualized study online with eText. Delivered via Brightspace.



Area of study:

Applied Study

Recommended Prerequisites:

There are no required courses needed to take this course, but it is strongly suggested that you have completed an introductory course in psychology or educational psychology such as Athabasca University’s PSYC 289, PSYC 290, or EDPY 200.

Recommended Corequisites:

EDPY 310/PSYC 310: Learning and Instruction.

Course start date:

If you are a:




EDPY 480 is not available for challenge.


Other useful courses in educational psychology that focus on educational technology include Athabasca University’s EDPY 476 and EDPY 479.

Some teaching experience (e.g., classroom teaching, tutoring, coaching) is helpful but is not necessary. Students should be comfortable using various computing technologies, both hardware and software, and be willing to locate, install, and learn how to use new ones as required.

Athabasca University reserves the right to amend course outlines occasionally and without notice. Courses offered by other delivery methods may vary from their individualized study counterparts.

Opened in Revision 2, April 17, 2024

Updated April 18, 2024

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