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This position is responsible for researching, recommending and evaluating technologies that promote quality, pedagogically sound expressions of academic delivery for credit and non-credit courses, as well as creation and delivery of innovative training and support of faculty and staff in the implementation of these technologies. This position is based in Pullman, Washington.
The dean of teaching and learning is responsible for implementing the strategic vision of the university by developing and overseeing the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL). The dean is a locus for leadership, education, and support of technology-enhanced learning strategies for UWS, providing university-wide coordination of associated activities.
The Assistant Vice President for Digital Learning Innovation is an exceptional opportunity to impact digital learning at the University of West Florida, in Pensacola, through UWF Global Online and the Academic Technology Center. The Assistant Vice President provides leadership and direction for growth and innovation of UWF’s online and distance learning programs and initiatives.
University of Maryland University College seeks a Senior Learning Designer. Reporting to the Instructional Design Manager, the Senior Learning Designer leads learning design strategy by applying their knowledge of best practices in pedagogy and learning design and technology in the development and evaluation of online instructional materials for The Undergraduate School, The Graduate School, other UMUC divisions, and extra-university agencies.
As OLC’s Chief Knowledge Officer, you will gather, curate, and leverage the intellectual capital created by and disseminated through the organization to create and enhance services and resources provided to a full array of OLC stakeholders.
Under the direction of the Manager of IT User Services, provide technology support to end users through on-site visits, phone calls, and remote desktop assistance for daily hardware/software/telephone system issues. This includes installing, diagnosing, repairing, maintaining, and upgrading all PC/Mac computer hardware and desktop applications as assigned in a timely and accurate fashion.
- Contribute to the operation, support, and training of ISU faculty and staff regarding the Learning Management System (LMS) - Moodle ISU and related instructional applications. Engage faculty in the design and development of multimedia materials and select technology-oriented learning tools associated with distance learning, hybrid/blended learning and traditional face-to-face courses.
The instructional technology accessibility specialist collaborates and consults with instructors and college staff to enhance and improve student learning in all instructional modes (traditional, hybrid, online), with specific emphasis on support for Universal Design (UDL) for Learning principles (i.e., multiple means of representation, multiple means of action and expression, and multiple means of engagement) and the development of accessible online instructional materials and practice
The Senior Instructional Designer (Sr. ID) works under the general supervision of the Director of Distance Education. In conjunction with other stakeholders, the Sr. ID manages the course development/design process and evaluates curricular materials (e.g., courses, technologies, modules) based on Quality Matters rubrics and standards, providing expertise on the instructional effectiveness of learning resources.
EdPlus at ASU is currently seeking a highly motivated and articulate Salesforce Developer to join our high performing team and participate in the design, configuration, enhancement and maintenance for university applications, including the Service and Marketing Cloud (ExactTarget). Must be able to interface directly with customers, staff, IT colleagues, and other stakeholders to identify user requirements, assess available technologies, and recommend solution options.
The Instructional Designer is responsible for guiding faculty in the design, development, and teaching of online courses via workshops, one-on-one sessions, training videos/documents, and other technology-driven formats as well as contributes to the university in the following ways:
This temporary position is an opportunity to work remotely in the Online Learning Department at Louisiana State University in Shreveport (LSUS). The main responsibility is to convert all course materials in Moodle to ensure they are accessible to all students and are compliant with the standards set by the Americans with Disabilities Act.