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Capella University seeks an experienced, innovative higher education professional to serve as Director of Curriculum, Assessment, and Learning Science. This position provides strategic vision and leadership in the ongoing development and quality improvement of our curricular and learning delivery models.
The AIM Instructional Designer is responsible for managing multiple aspects of instructional design, support, and implementation for the Applied Information Management (AIM) master's program, with additional support for graduate, professional development, and lifelong learning educational programs. The AIM program is an interdisciplinary MS degree, delivered fully online, awarded by the UO Graduate School.
The University of Nevada, Reno department of Teaching and Learning Technologies invites applications for an Instructional Technologist. This newly created position will be responsible for providing training and support for the creation of accessible instructional materials and web content.
The College of Engineering is seeking an Assistant to the Associate Dean of Graduate Programs/Office Manager. This is a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month, fixed term professional faculty position. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Dean.
The Instructional Technologist facilitates use of the online learning management system (Canvas) and related technologies. The Instructional Technologist advises and coaches faculty on course design strategies for online and blended learning and models how to use technology and evidence-based practices to foster effective and engaging online learning environments. As a member of the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence team, the Instructional Technologist will coordinate learning man
This position is a key supervisory resource within Michigan State University's Information Technology Services (IT Services) Teaching and Learning Technology team. IT Services provides central IT leadership and management of services and systems used across the university.
The Instructional Designer will work with teaching faculty to create expertly designed courses and highly engaging course content that is delivered in a clear and effective manner. This role will vary based on faculty needs, but it will include designing course sites, helping faculty with assessments, and improving meaningful teacher-student interaction via electronic communication, discussions, and web 2.0 learning activities. As a member of the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence
The School of Education at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) announces a Teaching Assistant faculty position in Instructional Design and Technology. The faculty in the division of Educational Leadership, Policy and Foundations (ELPF) provides classes and degrees at the certificate, masters, specialist and doctoral levels.
The Instructional Technologist position has broad campus responsibilities associated with the development of UMKC certified online courses and programs and is charged with the following responsibilities:
Under minimal supervision, Administrative Assistant III provides high level administrative support to Special Assistant to the President and Chief Administrative Officer/Director, W-SARA.
Specific responsibilities include: