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The Instructional Designer is dedicated to helping faculty design, develop and deliver online, CBE, and hybrid courses of the highest possible quality while minimizing the time faculty spend on issues that are peripheral to instruction.
The Learning Technologies Specialist supports software, hardware, devices and tools for creating digital media and content, and works collaboratively with the Instructional Design team to plan, test and implement new technologies. Provides a range of services, which include help desk support, customized training, user documentation and consulting services designed and tailored to meet the needs of the ASU Online Instructional Design team.
The Associate Director of Learning Programs will lead key projects, programs, and initiatives in Learning Technology within the Office of Distance Education and eLearning (ODEE). Included in these programs will be strategic oversight, management, and visioning of Ohio State’s Unizin participation.
Reporting to the eCampus Center Research and Innovation Team Manager, the focus of this position is to promote the usage and development of quality Open Educational Resources (OER) materials across fully online programs. This person is responsible for the planning and deployment of adoption/change management strategies to ensure the successful implementation of OER within fully online programs.
As part of this position you will:
The College of Business at Colorado State University seeks a OPMBA Program Manager who will support the Assistant Dean of Graduate Programs. The Program Manager is the point of contact for all students in the Program, and provides leadership for the entire student lifecycle once they have been admitted, including their experience in the program and as they become alumni.
The Information Technology Specialist 2 (ITS2) position is a skilled position that under general supervision is responsible for supporting enterprise-wide oversight and coordination of information technology security efforts to reduce risks, help respond to incidents and limit exposure to liability and risk with regard to IT systems, networks and application.
Reporting to the Vice President of Administrative Services, and working as part of a District-wide Campus Safety team, this position actively supports and engages in Pierce College's goals for equity and inclusion in order to provide access and support for our diverse community of learners.
Reporting to the Vice President of Human Resources, and working as part of district-wide Human Resources, Facilities, and Campus Safety teams, this position actively supports and engages in Pierce College's goals for equity and inclusion in order to provide access and support for our diverse community of learners. The incumbent will develop, maintain and administer Pierce College's comprehensive Accident Prevention Program in compliance with local, state, and federal regulations.
Reporting to the District Director of Facilities and Construction Management, and working as part of a District-wide Facilities and Operations team, this position actively supports and engages in Pierce College's goals for equity and inclusion in order to provide access and support for our diverse community of learners.
The Idaho State Board of Education and the Idaho State University community invite nominations and applications for the position of president. The State Board has charged the president search committee to identify inspired and innovative leadership to carry out the university’s mission and core directions in learning and discovery; access and opportunity; health sciences; and community engagement and impact. The successful candidate will succeed Dr. Arthur C.
Responsibilities include providing support to faculty in designing and building instructional experiences that positively influence teaching and learning for online, hybrid and face-to-face courses, training and supporting faculty in the effective and efficient use of instructional technology.
Live on Alaska's beautiful Kenai Peninsula while playing an important role for the University of Alaska eLearning initiatives. KPC’s Lead Instructional Designer position manages the Educational Technology Team (ETT) and supports faculty and staff in course design and delivery, for face-to-face, distance, and hybrid courses. KPC holds a reputation for high-quality distance and technology-enhanced courses, and innovative faculty instructors.
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