I am currently working on my Masters in Education with a focus on Intstructional Technology at Western Governors University out of Salt Lake City. It is entirely online and is an awesome program for someone needing flexible hours (such as a teacher with 4 children and a wife also going back to college fulltime :)
The website is www.wgu.edu. If you are interested and need more information, let me know and we can communicate further about it. I can also get you set up through a referral that will waive your $65 application fee.
I'll be attending The State University of New York at Albany (SUNY Albany) through their Curriculum Development and Instructional Technology program. Tuition is good (especially instate) and is a good school of education. I have yet to take an online course through them though, I'll be starting this spring.
As for the quality of the program, I can tell you first-hand that this is a high quality program. I completed a MS through UI the UIUC LEEP Program , which is the distance learning option offered by the UIUC Grad School of Library and Information Science. LEEP is a cousin to the CTER program that has drawn students from every state in the U.S. and from around the world. Tools, such as Moodle, that you will use as a distance learner in the CTER program are all supported by a a first-rate tech support staff. There were many late nights spent writing papers, working on group projects, etc. but it was such a fantastic online program that it made every minute very worthwhile. I cannot say enough good things about CTER and LEEP.
If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail and I'd also be happy to help.
I am an instructor in the Educational Technology Program at Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, Kansas. We are a totally online Master's Program that focuses on Educational Technology as School or Business Technology Facilitation and School Library Media Licensure. We are a NCA, NCATE and KSDE accredited university.
I got my MS Ed. in Integrating Technology from Walden and loved it. Great professors, great materials, great discussions, easy to apply, easy to work with, and a great online system. I recommend it all the time.
Check out SDSU. http://edtec.sdsu.edu/distance/
Columbia, Drexel, and Penn State also have on-line programs. I think just about any "reputable" school has a good on-line program. Your best bet is to visit the various sites and check out their interface. If their on-line presence is clean, navigable, and appealing, chances are you'll have a good on-line experience. I'm currently taking courses with San Diego State and am satisfied with their curriculum and program so far.