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  • School of Computer Sciences - School of Computer Sciences - Western Illinois University
    Science at WIU Our students have access to leading edge computing technology in the School of Computer Sciences You will gain experience on a variety of computing equipment Laboratories full of the latest microcomputers from Dell and Apple A networking laboratory with CISCO networking equipment Enterprise class computers from SUN Microsystems A large IBM Mainframe With the experience you ll gain at WIU you ll be well equipped to make key technology decisions during your working career Our faculty have a variety of experience degrees and research interests At WIU you will learn from experts in artificial intelligence computer architecture computer graphics computer languages databases distributed processing networking simulation and software engineering Quick Facts Undergraduate students Approximately 225 Graduate students Approximately 80 Faculty 24 The Computer Science Minor is available online as well as on campus in Macomb The Masters of Computer Science is the most popular graduate degree at WIU The bachelor s degrees in Computer Science Information Systems and Network Technologies can be completed in 4 years or less with WIU s GradTrac program College Events Nov 11 2015 CFFA Pancake Breakfast Nov 11 2015 Alpha Zeta Jeopardy Night Dec 2 2015 Society for Human Resource Management Dec 10 2015 Cattle Artificial Insemination Clinic Dec 11 2015 Cattle Artificial Insemination Clinic Mar 4 2016 Explore Engineering Mar 11 2016 44th Annual Bull Test Sale Apr 8 2016 Explore Engineering View All WIU events College News Sigma Iota Epsilon Fall 2015 Inductees WIU Club Collecting Toys for Project WIU Budget Director Matt Bierman Alum to Run in Boston Marathon for CFFA Pancake Breakfast Nov 11 BAP Angel Tree Program 2015 WIU Students Voted Sanders President Clayton Named November Employee of College News Archives View All WIU New Faculty Staff College Tech Support College Resources College Directory Back to Top

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/cbt/computer_science/ (2015-11-11)
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  • Reading - Graduate Studies - Western Illinois University
    Secondary School and College 3 A theory based course that translates knowledge and research concerning reading at the middle school level high school level and college level into recommendations for effective instruction and focuses on the various kinds of reading programs that exist at the post elementary level A minimum grade of C is required for teacher education majors 508 Phonics for Decoding and Spelling 3 From an approach that focuses on environmental print and authentic literature experiences this course examines a variety of aspects of phonological processing 1 phonological phonemic awareness 2 phonics and other word identification strategies and 3 spelling 550 Professional Workshop in Reading 1 3 repeatable Workshops are usually organized around a particular theme based upon student demand 553 Integrating Reading and Writing Through Inquiry 3 This K 12 course explores relationships between reading and the use of collaborative authentic reading and writing learning experiences within an inquiry oriented curriculum 568 Foundations of Reading in the Middle and Secondary School 3 An advanced study of effective literacy instructional techniques assessments curricular materials and literate environments in middle and secondary classrooms within the context of state and national reading standards 569 Reading in Early Childhood 3 Designed to help teachers of preschool kindergarten and primary grades to plan and design developmentally appropriate programs aimed at facilitating the acquisition of pre reading and reading abilities Emphasis on how early guidance and instructional programs can attend to all aspects of language listening speaking reading and writing 570 Integrating Literacy Instruction in the Elementary Curriculum 3 A foundational course focusing on varied research based literacy instructional approaches using a wide range of materials narrative and informational texts and non print digital and online resources to teach literacy enhance content area instruction and create a literate environment 571 Literacy Assessment Instruction and Interventions for Diverse Learners K 5 3 A K 5 course focusing on the selection interpretation and implementation of literacy assessment measures and the use of appropriate and varied instructional and intervention techniques materials and resources for diverse readers in individual small group and classroom settings Prerequisite RDG 570 573 Literacy Assessment Instruction and Interventions for Diverse Learners 6 12 3 A 6 12 course focusing on the selection interpretation and implementation of literacy assessment measures and the use of appropriate and varied instructional and intervention techniques materials and resources for diverse readers in individual small group and classroom settings Prerequisite RDG 568 576 Psychology of Reading 3 A study of cognitive linguistic motivational and sociocultural factors that affect reading and writing processes and development including culture native language human development language learning reading disabilities and the influence of these theoretical perspectives on literacy instruction Prerequisites RDG 570 RDG 568 or permission of the instructor 580 Reading in the Content Areas 3 An individually designed course for elementary and secondary reading majors and non majors this introductory course helps enrollees become familiar with concepts and teaching strategies needed to assist students to learn from textbooks and nontextbook materials 584

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/graduate_studies/catalog/reading.php (2015-11-11)
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  • Counselor Education - Counselor Education - Western Illinois University
    a unique blend of courses designed to provide the skills and knowledge necessary to become a competent counseling professional Emphasis is on solid academic performance and experiential mastery The Counseling Programs are accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs CACREP The School Counseling option is also accredited by the Illinois State Board of Education Click Here to download our brochure What our Graduates have to say Leslie S The Department of Counselor Education gave me the education and personal development that helped me to grow into a competent and confident counselor I was able to follow my passion and learn the skills that allow me to successfully help the students I work with today Marcy A The Department of Counselor Education at Western Illinois University has provided me with the knowledge and skills necessary to fulfill my dreams of becoming a counselor in order to help others Dreams do come true Back to Top Counselor Education Future Students Current Students Class Schedules and Courses Forms Handbooks Manuals and Clinical Supervision Lab Resources Student Organizations Online Resources Faculty Staff Information Faculty Staff Resources Announcements and Current Events Accreditation Alumni Friends Online Giving Stay in Touch Frequently

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/coehs/qc/cned/ (2015-11-11)
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  • Graduate Program Overview - IDT - Western Illinois University
    Distance learning applications in training and education Multimedia applications in training and education Course work and training program development Systematic instructional design and evaluation of instruction and training Instructional software development utilization and Technology integration in the K 12 classroom and at the K 12 building level Masters of Science Degree Emphasis Options The Department of Instructional Design and Technology has two Master of Science degree options 1 a Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology and 2 a Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology with a Technology Specialist Emphasis Post Baccalaureate Certificates in Instructional Design and Technology are also available IDT M S General Instructional Design and Technology Emphasis Graduates of the program will enter or continue careers in interactive multimedia computer based graphics and distance learning Graduates may also use their skills to integrate technology in their classrooms or school and for professional development of educators The program also serves students interested in pursuing advanced graduate studies in instructional design and related areas Click here for more information IDT M S Technology Specialist Emphasis This program opens up new or expanded career opportunities to educators preparing graduates to provide leadership in the use of technology in the classroom and in schools Graduates will be able to effectively facilitate the integration of technology in their own classrooms for teaching and learning They may also become technology specialists working with other educators at the building level Coursework is done online and field experiences can be arranged through the graduate students school Certified teachers who 1 complete the IDT Master s program with a Technology Specialist emphasis OR complete the Technology Specialist Post Baccalaureate Certificate and 2 pass the required state tests can apply for an Illinois State Board of Education Technology Specialist Type 10 certification Click here

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/coehs/idt/graduate_program/index.php (2015-11-11)
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  • Campus Map - Web Version - About Western - Western Illinois University
    Calendar Libraries Ask a Librarian Get Help Branches Units Catalog Databases Services Campus Safety Office of Public Safety Emergency Alert System Timely Warnings Campus Crime Stats Risk Management Emergency Preparedness Technology Resources Computer Labs Electronic Classrooms Computer Store Password Assistance Technology Support Center University Technology University Relations Publications University Photography University Television Higher Education Act Policies Procedures University Policies Board of Trustees Regulations Faculty Policy Manual Administrative Procedures Handbook Civil

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/about/campus-map-web.php (2015-11-11)
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  • Routes Serving Amtrak - Go West Transit - Western Illinois University
    5 10 or 14 to get to and from the City Center Amtrak station Thompson Hall Use Routes 5 10 or Route 16 at Currens on University North Quad Bayliss Henninger Tanner Use Routes 5 10 or 14 to get to and from the City Center Amtrak Station Route 10 Route 10 Amtrak runs when University is in session on Fridays and Sundays in order to get people to and from the Amtrak train station On Fridays it runs around the perimeter of campus picking up passengers and delivering them to the station It makes 2 circuits Friday morning between 6 00am and 6 45 AM and 3 circuits Friday night between 5 00 PM and 6 10 PM On Sundays it meets the 11 04 AM train and the 9 24 PM train and delivers those passengers along its route Route 10 will pick up at the City Center Bus transfer facility North of the tracks Route 5 Route 5 Brown runs only when campus is in session and provides access to week night departures and arrivals Brown 5 will pick up at the City Center Bus transfer facility North of the tracks Routes 12 19 Compass Routes all originate from the City Center next to the Amtrak Station returning there very 30 minutes while in operation Back to Top Bus Routes Route 1 Purple Route 2 Gold Route 3 Blue Route 4 Silver Route 5 Brown Route 6 Maroon Route 7 Black Route 8 Burgundy Route 10 Amtrak Route 11 Bomber Express Route 12 South Route 13 West Session Route 14 North Session Route 15 East Route 16 Northwest Session Route 17 Northeast Route 18 Southeast Session Route 19 Southwest Route 24 North Break Route 26 Northwest Break Carousel Routes Route 1 Purple Route 2 Gold Route 3

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/student_services/go_west/routes/train.php (2015-11-11)
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  • Forms and Resources - Housing - Western Illinois University
    Housing Services Resources Room Repair Request Online Work Orders Cable TV Lineup Troubleshooting Add Money to Rocky Dollars Facility Request Event Programming Facility Request Event Programming Form Housing Handbooks Policies Leatherneck Living Guide Graduate Family Housing Handbook Residence Hall Opening and Closing Information Thanksgiving Break Winter Break UHDS Promotion Opportunities Promoting in the Residence Halls UHDS Promotion Request Form Frequently Asked Questions We ve compiled lists of our most frequently asked questions and broken the lists down into three categories If you cannot locate an answer to your question please contact UHDS at 309 298 2461 or housing wiu edu Frequently Asked Questions Back to Top Housing Break Housing Applying for Housing Roommate Matching Living Learning Communities Residence Halls Bayliss Henninger Tanner Caroline Grote Corbin Olson Lincoln Washington Thompson Living on Campus Your Room Your Roommate Your Hall Staff Safety Security Residence Hall Services Spring 2016 Move In Rates myID Fix It Parents Families Graduate Family Housing University Village Westbrook House Rates Guests and Conferences Employment FAQs Forms Resources Contact Us Dining UHDS Admin News Events News Releases Academic Calendar Events Calendar Libraries Ask a Librarian Get Help Branches Units Catalog Databases Services Campus Safety Office of Public Safety Emergency

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/student_services/housing/resources/ (2015-11-11)
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  • Break Housing - Housing - Western Illinois University
    Halls close at 7 00 pm on Friday November 20 2015 Halls re open at 10 00 am on Sunday November 29 2015 Rates Plan M Plan N Plan O Plan P Plan Q 68 40 68 40 70 20 75 60 77 40 Charges will be charged to your student account on the first day of each session Closing Information Halls close at 7 00 pm on Friday December 18 2015 Halls re open at 12 00 pm on Sunday January 17 2015 Option 1 Friday December 18 Thursday December 31 Option 2 Friday January 1 Sunday January 17 Rates Plan M Plan N Plan O Plan P Plan Q 121 60 121 60 124 80 134 40 137 60 Charges will be charged to your student account on the first day of each session Closing Information Halls close at 7 00 pm on Friday March 11 2015 Halls re open at 10 00 am on Sunday March 20 2015 Rates Plan M Plan N Plan O Plan P Plan Q 68 40 68 40 70 20 75 60 77 40 Charges will be charged to your student account on the first day of each session Sign up Instructions Log on to your STARS account From the drop down choose UHDS Housing Information Menu Choose Residence Hall Break Housing Form All students must sign up for break housing 48 hours prior to the housing period Questions Call UHDS at 309 298 3000 Additional Information Dining Hours and Information Dining services are limited during the break sessions Rocky Dollars is available during break sessions for laundry and other campus life services Visit wiu edu myID to add money to your Rocky Dollars account Back to Top Housing Break Housing Applying for Housing Roommate Matching Living Learning Communities Residence Halls Bayliss

    Original URL path: http://www.wiu.edu/student_services/housing/living_on_campus/break_housing.php (2015-11-11)
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