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               Thread:            Coppin State University-             Posted Date:        January 9, 2012 9:28 AM
                                  Instructional Technologist           Status:             Published
               Post:              Coppin State University-
                                  Instructional Technologist
               Author:            David Kaus


              Coppin State University
              Vacancy #: R18322

              Position: Instructional Technologist

              Department: Instructional Technology Department

              Position Type: Full-Time Exempt Regular

              Salary: Commensurate with Experience


              Description
              Coppin State University, a fully accredited institution and member of the University System of Maryland, is
              accepting applications for an Instructional Technologist. Founded in 1900, Coppin is a model urban,
              residential liberal arts university located in the northwest section of the City of Baltimore that provides
              academic programs in the arts and sciences, teacher education, nursing, graduate studies, and continuing
              education. Coppin offers 53 majors, and twelve graduate degree programs; nearly 4,000 students are
              enrolled in day, evening, on-line, and weekend undergraduate and graduate courses.


              Job Summary
              Under the direction of the Director of Instructional Technology, the candidate will promote and support the
              effective use of instructional technology to enhance all aspects of teaching, learning, and research.


              Responsibilities
              •&νβσπ;Provide consultation and support to faculty who are incorporating instructional technology into
              their classes.
              •&νβσπ;Design and conduct high quality faculty development programs (e.g. small group, training sessions,
              workshops, mentoring, coaching, etc.) on a variety of instructional, academic, and emerging technologies.
              •&νβσπ;Investigates and promotes innovative uses of current technology to support teaching, learning,
              research.
              •&νβσπ;Assist instructors in online course development, online teaching, etc. based on instructional design
              best practices and established policies.
              •&νβσπ;Keep current on best practices and emerging trends in instructional technology.
              •&νβσπ;Other job-related duties as assigned.
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             Education
             Bachelor's degree in instructional technology, educational technology, instructional design, or related field;
             Master's degree preferred.


             Experience
             Minimum three years of relevant work experience.


             Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
             •&νβσπ;Ability to design, develop, implement and evaluate face-to-face and online learning opportunities.
             (e.g., workshops, trainings, etc.)
             •&νβσπ;Capability to communicate effectively with information technology division, faculty, staff and
             students.
             •&νβσπ;Familiarity with relevant academic software and tools.
             •&νβσπ;Proficiency with e-learning authoring software (e.g., Captivate, Camtasia, Articulate, etc.) and
             Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, Publisher, and PowerPoint). Multimedia design software a
             plus.
             •&νβσπ;Working knowledge of learning management systems (Blackboard 9 preferred).
             •&νβσπ;Ability to work as a collaborative team member as well as independently.
             •&νβσπ;Ability to handle multiple projects and meet deadlines.
             •&νβσπ;Commitment to strong customer service.
             •&νβσπ;Knowledge of current instructional theories and practices applicable to instructional technology and
             distance education.
             •&νβσπ;Knowledge and/ or skill in Web 2.0 technologies, emerging technologies, social networking, mobile
             learning, HTML coding, multimedia technology, graphic design, and Quality Matters rubric.


             Interested and qualified candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume, and list of three letters
             references. Be sure to include vacancy #R18322 in your letter of interest.



             Apply online through Careerbuilder: http://www.careerbuilder.com/
             JobSeeker/Jobs/JobDetails. aspx?IPath=QHKCV0A&ff=21& APath=2.21.0.0.0&job_did=
             JHL24R63FM29BJDGRTN

             Interested and qualified candidates may also mail materials to:
             Coppin State University
             Office of Human Resources
             2500 West North Avenue
             Baltimore, Maryland 21216-3698


             Position closes February 10, 2012

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             Thread:           University of Ohio - Instructional   Posted Date:      January 4, 2012 9:19 AM
                               Technology Assistant Professor       Status:           Published
             Post:             University of Ohio - Instructional
                               Technology Assistant Professor
             Author:           William Sadera




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             Visit this link for details regarding this opening for an Assistant Professor in Instructional Technology:
             https://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/2149
             Job Description: The Instructional Technology program at Ohio University seeks applications for the position
             of Assistant Professor (tenure track). This position carries a teaching load of two to three undergraduate or
             graduate classes per semester on a variety of educational technology topics. Additionally, there will be an
             expectation of advising graduate students and serving on thesis and dissertation committees.

             The Instructional Technology (IT) program at Ohio University prepares professionals for technology leadership
             positions in K-12 schools, higher education, community colleges and industry.
             The Instructional Technology program serves professional educators as well as those involved in instructional
             design, development, and training in government and the private sector. The Instructional Technology program
             emphasizes the knowledge and skills needed to apply a wide range of technologies in achieving educational
             goals within schools, community and corporate/public settings.
             This is a nine-month tenure track position with potential for summer teaching.

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             Thread:           Graduate Assistant- Cook Library    Posted Date:      January 3, 2012 1:31 PM
                               Research & Instruction Department   Status:           Published
             Post:             Graduate Assistant- Cook Library
                               Research & Instruction Department
             Author:           William Sadera


             10 hour Graduate Assistantship available at Cook Library.
             See attachment.
             RAILsGraduateAssistantSpring2012.docx

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             Thread:           HCCC Instructional Designer         Posted Date:      December 22, 2011 10:01 PM
             Post:             HCCC Instructional Designer         Status:           Published
             Author:           William Sadera


             Instructional Designer Position at Howard County Community College
             Link - Instructional Designer for HCC PT.pdf

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             Thread:           Technology Teacher at New Town      Posted Date:      December 9, 2011 11:08 AM
                               Elementary School                   Status:           Published
             Post:             Technology Teacher at New Town
                               Elementary School
             Author:           David Kaus


             Opening at New Town ES in Owings Mills—912 students, 30% free and reduced lunch , school day hours are
             9:05 to 4:50. This is a mid-year opening and a full-time position.
             The technology teacher works in our computer lab using the computers to reinforce skills taught in the
             classroom. She/he serves as a special for classroom teachers, so she/he is by her/himself with the class.
             The lessons usually involve teaching the children how to use different programs and then using them to
             reinforce previous instruction.
             For example, she/he might teach them to make a power point on Colonial Life (one of their social studies
             units). She/he may develop a power point to re-teach patterns and then have the students complete a pattern



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             activity on the computer. The teacher that has been in this position for the last 7 years is very knowledgeable
             and will share all of her plans . She is also head of the technology committee, and helps other teachers with
             technology questions.
             We are looking for a quality teacher who likes working with computers and students.
             The contact is the Principal Beth Strauss bstrauss@bcps.org<mailto:bstrauss@bcps.org>. Candidates are
             suggested to send a letter of interest and a resume.


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             Thread:              Education Program Manager II            Posted Date:        December 6, 2011 3:03 PM
                                  (Director of ISTC) at MD Dept. of       Status:             Published
                                  Education
             Post:                Education Program Manager II
                                  (Director of ISTC) at MD Dept. of
                                  Education
             Author:              Allison Funk


             Please see the attached flyer for information about an opening at the Maryland State Department of
             Education, ISTC & School Library Media branch.

             Attachment:       PAEdProgMgrIIDirectorofInstructionalTechnology1.pdf (44.8 KB)


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             Thread:              Librarian at Glenelg Country            Posted Date:        November 30, 2011 3:08 PM
                                  School                                  Status:             Published
             Post:                Librarian at Glenelg Country
                                  School
             Author:              Allison Funk


             Glenelg Country School
             Ellicot City, MD
             Lower School Librarian

             Glenelg Country School is looking for a Lower School librarian to promote literacy and the enjoyment of reading, viewing
             and listening starting in January 2012. This position provides a library program that supports the curriculum by providing
             resources and training so that both students and teachers become independent users of information. The librarian is
             expected to plan with teachers as cooperative partners to integrate curriculum content with resource use and
             information/media literacy skills. Organization, circulation and maintenance of resources along with direct, formal
             instruction and indirect, informal instruction focusing on the skills needed for use of the library media center, hardware and
             databases with students and staff are integral parts of this position. The librarian will work cooperatively with the
             technology coordinator to provide mutual support to fellow teachers and a comprehensive coordinated technology
             program.


             Glenelg Country School is a coeducational independent school located in Howard County, Maryland and has
             approximately 800 students in grades Pre-Kindergarten through Twelfth. GCS offers a competitive salary
             including a full benefit package. For immediate consideration interested candidates are encouraged to submit
             a resume and cover letter to Carol Ehlers, HRM, cehlers@glenelg.org No Phone Calls Please.
             Glenelg Country School
             Attn: Ms. Carol Ehlers, Human Resources
             12793 Folly Quarter Road
             Ellicott City, Maryland 21042




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             Thread:             Asst/Assoc Prof. of Library Media     Posted Date:        November 17, 2011 3:47 PM
                                 at U of Wisconsin                     Status:             Published
             Post:               Asst/Assoc Prof. of Library Media
                                 at U of Wisconsin
             Author:             Allison Funk


             Assistant or Associate Professor in Library Media
             University of Wisconsin-WhitewaterThe Department of Educational Foundations at the University of Wisconsin-
             Whitewater announces a full-time, tenure-track position in its library media program (http://academics.uww.edu/libmedia)
             to begin August 2012. The position will be offered at the assistant or beginning associate professor level depending upon
             experience and accomplishments, and includes responsibilities in teaching, research and service. Duties include teaching
             a range of school library and technology courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, some in a hybrid format;
             supervising practicum students; helping re-envision the school library field and enhancing the program; and developing
             collaborative relationships with the schools and with other faculty members and students. Required: Ph.D. in relevant
             field and 3 years of school library experience. Full description at http://www.uww.edu/employment
             /unclassified.html.For more information, contact Dr. Eileen Schroeder, Chair of the Search Committee
             at schroede@uww.edu or 262-472-2837.
             Review of applications begins January 6, 2011.

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             Thread:             ISTC EdD Teaching Assistantship       Posted Date:        November 17, 2011 3:23 PM
                                 2012/13                               Status:             Published
             Post:               ISTC EdD Teaching Assistantship
                                 2012/13
             Author:             William Sadera


             We explact to have a teachign assistantship opportunity available for the upcoming semester/year. Please see
             the attached document for more specific details.
             Do not hesitate to contact me with any questions.

             Attachment:      TA advertisement2012.doc (25 KB)


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             Thread:             Johns Hopkins Epic Project            Posted Date:        November 8, 2011 12:37 PM
             Post:               Johns Hopkins Epic Project            Status:             Published
             Author:             Kristin Peters


             Johns Hopkins Medicine is currently hiring 85 Epic Community Division implementation team members,
             requiring various levels of technical, business and clinical operations expertise. To be considered, bids must be
             completed as soon as possible. Please visit the Epic section of our job board to review all job postings and full
             descriptions, and to apply online. Current employees of any Johns Hopkins Medicine member organizations
             (e.g. HCGH, Sibley, etc.) should complete the internal bid form. External candidates need to complete the full
             application. Johns Hopkins is interested in candidates who have backgrounds in Adult Learning and
             Instructional Technology for the following positions associated with this project:

             Epic Principal TrainersThe training team works with Application Coordinators to develop and implement the
             overall training program for the organization's end users of the Epic system. Principal Trainers develop training
             programs for the applications and are integral members of the project team and involved in workflow design
             and system build.


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             Epic E-Learning Developer
             The e-Learning Developer, an Enterprise-level position, is responsible for designing, developing, testing, and
             evaluating educational courseware for information systems training. The e-Learning Developer works
             collaboratively with other members of the training team to develop the training program.
             Come work with the best in a beautiful new office overlooking the water in Harbor East! For more information,
             qualifications, and to submit your resume, click here.

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             Thread:             Instructional Design Intern at DLA    Posted Date:       November 7, 2011 11:34 AM
                                 Piper                                 Status:            Published
             Post:               Instructional Design Intern at DLA
                                 Piper
             Author:             Allison Funk


             See the attached flyer for more information regarding this position.
             Please note that this is an advanced course experience and interested students should confer with Dr. Song or
             Dr. Sadera for additional information or to apply for this internship.

             Attachment:      Instructional Design Intern JD - DLA Piper.DOC (27 KB)


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             Thread:             Executive Director at the Citizens    Posted Date:       November 7, 2011 11:27 AM
                                 for Maryland Libraries                Status:            Published
             Post:               Executive Director at the Citizens
                                 for Maryland Libraries
             Author:             Allison Funk


             The Citizens for Maryland Libraries is seeking a new Executive Director.

             POSITION VACANCY

             Position title: Executive Director, Citizens for Maryland Libraries

             Start date: December 5, 2011

             Hours: Part time - approximately 25 hours per month. Days and times to vary as needed.

             Compensation: Considered self-employed. Negotiated contract for hourly rate and expense reimbursement.
             Invoices submitted for compensation and expenses paid on monthly basis.

             Location: Your home office equipped with: computer, printer, high speed internet access, e-mail, Microsoft
             Office software (CML will supply, if you do not own). Storage space for paper files and supplies. Accessible
             P.O. Box rental.

             Nature of work: Management of CML activities, including strategic planning; budget preparation and
             maintenance; maintenance of lists, e.g. membership, committees; files; updating of web site contents, which is
             sent to the CML webmaster; planning of Board meetings, in conjunction with the CML President, and
             attendance at Board meetings; and various other management activities as needed.

             Minimum qualifications and requirements for the Position: Management experience in above specified
             areas. Demonstrated competence with current technology for example: Microsoft Office, on line



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             conferencing, e-mail, and website maintenance. Ability to attend CML meetings including 4 Saturday Board
             meetings a year in various locations around the State, plus attendance at CML Annual meeting and other
             library related events. Library experience is not required.

             Other desired qualifications: Leadership skills and marketing experience. Knowledge of current library
             services and issues in Maryland. Experience working in a library, or as a member of a library related
             organization.

             To Apply: Email letter and resume with compensation requirements to CML President, Martha Grahame,
             mgrahame@somd.lib.md.us, or send items to Citizens for Maryland Libraries, P.O. Box 42071, Baltimore, MD
             21284-2071 by November 17, 2011.

             Martha Grahame, President
             Citizens for Maryland Libraries
             h p://www.ci zensformarylandlibraries.org

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             Thread:            Instructional Tech Support           Posted Date:      October 31, 2011 11:23 AM
                                Specialist at Kutztown Univ. of PA   Status:           Published
             Post:              Instructional Tech Support
                                Specialist at Kutztown Univ. of PA
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Instructional Technology Support Specialist at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
             Location: Kutztown, PA
             A full-time position
             Position open until filled; to ensure full consideration, apply by November 11thSalary: $37,000 to $49,000
             USD Per Year
             The Instructional Technology Support Specialist will join the Office of Distance Education to provide a wide
             range of instructional technology support to faculty, staff, and/or students. This position is responsible for
             supporting the instructional designer in the use and integration of appropriate instructional technology tools to
             support all types of courses from on-campus to fully online.

             Minimum Qualifications:
             Baccalaureate degree in instructional technology or related field;

             One to three years directly related experience;

             Demonstrated experience with learning management system(s);

             Basic understanding of instructional design process;

             Ability to manage multiple projects;

             Excellent written and oral communication skills.

             Preferred Qualifications:
             Master's degree in instructional technology or related field;

             Experience in the development of blended and/or online courses;

             Experience in multimedia development - specifically web development and video.

             Resumes will be accepted until position is filled, however; to ensure full consideration, application
             materials should be received no later than close of business November 11, 2011.
             The anticipated hiring range for this position is $37,000-$49,000.


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             All applications for this position must be submitted via our online application/resume system. Please
             do not fax, mail, or e-mail any documentation.
             Successful interview, background clearance, and demonstration of ability are requisite qualifications for all
             positions. Kutztown University is an AA/EOE/member of the PA State System of Higher Education and actively
             solicits applications from women and minority candidates.
             Online app form: http://jobs.kutztown.edu

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             Thread:            Instructional Technology Designer   Posted Date:       October 31, 2011 11:18 AM
                                at Frederick Community College      Status:            Published
             Post:              Instructional Technology Designer
                                at Frederick Community College
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Instructional Technology Designer at Frederick Community College
             Location: Frederick, MD
             A full-time position
             Position open until filled, but greatest consideration if apply before November 10th
             Frederick Community College, a premier student-centered learning college where students, faculty and staff
             work together for student success continually accepts applications for many full-time and part-time positions.
             Frederick Community College is a rapidly-growing future-oriented college marked by its collegiality,
             inclusiveness, and responsiveness to community needs. Heralding some of the best transfer statistics in
             Maryland, FCC prepares individuals to meet the challenges of a diverse, global society through quality,
             accessible, innovative, lifelong learning. FCC is part of a dynamic, culturally and historically enriched community
             with outstanding schools, parks, and local history in close proximity to Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and the
             Eastern Shore.
             General Description: Provide instructional design expertise within the Center for Teaching and Learning for
             the development and support of online courses and programs. This involves working with faculty, the Library,
             and staff to design and develop high quality credit and non-credit courses and other educational programs for
             delivery through Internet-based education media.
             The Instructional Designer is part of a team that oversees and facilitates pedagogy, methodology, digital
             content, and outcomes in course design and the development of Internet-based courses at Frederick
             Community College.
             This position reports to the Director of Distance Learning.
             Minimum Required Qualifications: Education: Master's Degree in Instructional Design, Distance Education,
             Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Technology, or a related academic discipline.
             Successful Experience: Two years of experience designing distance learning instructional materials in higher
             education.
             Preferred Qualifications: Other preferences: Familiarity with the community college environment.
             Ability to generate basic text/graphic materials in HTML format.
             Experience with professional development of faculty.
             To view a detailed job description for this position Click Here
             FCC offers a generous benefits package which includes two medical insurance plans, dental and vision plans,
             waiver of FCC tuition for employee and eligible dependents, tuition reimbursement, generous leave benefits,
             retirement plans, and more!
             To view a summary of benefits Click Here
             Please note, if selected, Frederick Community College is currently unable to provide reimbursement for
             candidate expenses associated with travel for interviews.
             Online app form: https://jobs.frederick.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=51197&jtsrc=www.hig
             heredjobs.com&jtrfr=www.peopleadmin.com&adorig=PA
             Special Instructions: All applications and required documents must be submitted online. Mail, e-mail,



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             or fax submissions will not be accepted. Cover letters may be addressed to the Instructional Designer
             Search Committee and should briefly address your qualifications as related to the requirements of this
             position.
             For best consideration, applications should be received by November 10. Review of applications
             received after this date is not guaranteed.
             For assistance with applying online, contact our Recruitment office at 301.846.2672.


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             Thread:            Instructional Designer at Penn       Posted Date:        October 31, 2011 11:12 AM
                                State                                Edited Date:        October 31, 2011 11:13 AM
             Post:              Instructional Designer at Penn       Status:             Published
                                State
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Instructional Designer at Penn State University
             Location: University Park, PA
             Position open until filled
             A full-time position
             Penn State's World Campus has an opening for an Instructional Designer in the dynamic and evolving field of
             distance education. You will work collaboratively with faculty to design and develop online credit courses that
             reach Penn State's diverse population of distance education students, and also support the instructional design
             needs of the video network. You will be a lead project manager working with other members of your team to
             create high-quality fully online and hybrid courses. You will use a range of technology-enhanced systems to
             develop content for a variety of delivery modes including Web pages, course management systems, and Web
             conferencing systems. This job will be filled as a level 1 (baseline), level 2 (intermediate) or level 3 (mid-level),
             depending upon the successful candidate's education and experience.

             Typically requires a Master's degree (Instructional Systems or Educational Technology preferred) or higher or
             an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 1. Additional experience and/or education
             and competencies are required for higher level jobs. The job requires a solid understanding of the pedagogical
             principles of instructional systems theory; an enthusiastic application of existing and emerging educational
             technologies; and an in-depth understanding of instructional design issues related to teaching and learning in
             distance/online courses to demonstrate best practices, and effectively communicate to faculty the advantages
             and disadvantages of various pedagogical techniques and principles. You need solid communication and
             collaboration skills, and effective teamwork experience. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year
             from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding. We seek candidates who are able to demonstrate
             experience and ability to advance Outreach's diversity initiative.

             Application Information:
             Postal address: Job #: R-35242
                                Employment and Compensation Division
                                Penn State
                                Fifth Floor, James M. Elliott Building
                                University Park, PA 16802
             Online app form: http://www.psu.jobs

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             Thread:            Instructional Designers with AMTIS   Posted Date:        October 31, 2011 11:06 AM
                                Inc                                  Status:             Published
             Post:              Instructional Designers with AMTIS
                                Inc
             Author:            Allison Funk




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             Posted on: Thursday, October 13, 2011
             Below is an email sent to Dr. Liyan Song about possible job opportunities with AMTIS Inc.
             Dear Dr. Song,
             My name is Ian Ross and I currently work with AMTIS Inc. We are based in Orlando, FL but we do an
             extensive amount of work in Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC. As we continue to grow our ISD portfolio
             in your area, we are looking to develop a pool of talented professionals to draw from. We currently are in need
             of up to five instructional designers. The position would be located in Frederick, Maryland. For those that may
             be interested in both current and future opportunities please have them send their resume to
             recruiting@amtisinc.com.
             Thank you so much for your assistance.
             Respectfully,
             Ian Ross, M.S.
             Project Manager


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             Thread:            Instructional Designer at Drexel    Posted Date:       October 24, 2011 11:38 AM
                                University                          Status:            Published
             Post:              Instructional Designer at Drexel
                                University
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Instructional Designer at Drexel University
             Location: Philadelphia, PA
             A full-time position
             Position open until filled
             Drexel is ranked one of the best national universities in the category of Best National Universities in "America's
             Best Colleges" for 2011 by U.S. News & World Report for the eighth consecutive year and in the top 100 for
             the third straight time. Drexel is also ranked second among national universities in the US News list of "Up-and-
             Comers", along with schools most often cited by university administrators nationwide as making "the most
             promising and innovative changes in the areas of academics, faculty, student life, campus, or facilities."

             With more than 8,200 employees and nearly 23,000 students, Drexel is the fifth largest private-sector
             employer in Philadelphia and has a vibrant community of students, faculty and professional staff, and
             encourages the richness diversity brings to the workplace. Like its students, Drexel's employees are known for
             being passionate, entrepreneurial and innovative.

             Position Title: Instructional Designer

             Job Overview: The Instructional Designer will serve as a leader in Goodwin College for accessibility and
             design issues for online students with disabilities, developing best practices for access and engagement of
             online students and faculty with disabilities, creating and delivering training to faculty and staff, updating
             student resources and more. The Instructional Designer will use knowledge of Universal Design for Instruction
             and assistive technologies to assess online courses and make recommendations for improvements.
             Additionally, the Instructional Designer will support online programs, working with program director(s) and
             faculty to design and deliver online courses.

             Qualifications:
             Education and experience: * B.S. or B.A. required, M.S. or M.A. preferred.
             * Minimum 3 years work experience in instructional design, preferably at a college or university.
             * Experience designing and developing online courses that are accessible to individuals with disabilities.
             * Knowledge of Universal Design for Instruction principals.
             * Knowledge of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 and Section 508 Accessibility Standards.
             * Demonstrated understanding of various disabilities and how they impact access and success in online



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             courses.
             * Demonstrated understanding of assistive technologies used by individuals with disabilities to access online
             courses and web content.
             * Demonstrated understanding and use of instructional design principles for online course design.
             * Demonstrated ability to provide superior customer service.
             * Ability to work with external resources.
             * Outstanding computer skills:
             -Working knowledge of Blackboard
             -Familiar with adaptive technologies
             -Knowledge of Audacity, Skype, Wimba Classroom, Camtasia, Articulate, Adobe Connect, streaming media
             -Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
             -Willingness to learn new technologies

             Essential Functions: Instructional Designer will:
             * Provide a leadership role in using and promoting principles of Universal Design for online learning.
             * Provide technical information and expertise to instructional design team and faculty about designing online
             courses for students with disabilities.
             * Support University-wide accessibility efforts for online learning.
             * Develop best practices for access and engagement of students with disabilities.
             * Develop training for faculty re: accessibility in online learning.
             * Identify opportunities to positively impact the experience of students with disabilities through orientation, the
             student resource, online communications, program web portals, and more.
             * Manage the design and development assigned online programs.
             * Communicate effectively with faculty about expectations and deadlines.
             * Work with faculty subject matter experts to design and develop new online courses.
             * Work with faculty to define content and course development schedules for ongoing educational programs.
             * Work with faculty on updating/improving existing courses.
             * Ensure quality course design and delivery in accordance with Goodwin College teaching standards.
             * Work as a partner with the Office of Disability Services for student access issues.
             * Additional responsibilities as assigned.

             Supplementary Posting Information: Drexel University's mission is to serve students and society through
             comprehensive integrated academic offerings enhanced by technology, co-operative education, and clinical
             practice in an urban setting, with global outreach embracing research, scholarly activities, and community
             initiatives.

             Drexel University offers an attractive benefits package including tuition remission, a generous retirement
             package with matching funds (up to 11 percent) and an opportunity to join a talented team of professionals
             directly helping the University achieve its record growth and quality reputation.

             Drexel University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. The Goodwin College of Professional
             Studies is especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of our
             academic community.

             To apply for this position, please apply online at: www.drexeljobs.com/applicants/Ce ntral?quickFind=75162
             or visit www.drexeljobs.com and search for Instructional Designer. The requisition number is 4380.

             For more information about Drexel University, please visit www.drexel.edu.


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             Thread:            Instructional Technologist at        Posted Date:        October 24, 2011 11:36 AM
                                Maryland Institute College of Art    Status:             Published
             Post:              Instructional Technologist at
                                Maryland Institute College of Art
             Author:            Allison Funk




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             Instructional Technologist at Maryland Institute College of Art
             Location: Baltimore, MD
             A full-time position
             Position open until filled

             Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) is seeking a Instructional Technologist in the School of Professional &
             Continuing Studies.

             Position Description:
             The Instructional Technologist will primarily be responsible for providing administrative oversight of the MICA
             e-Learning [MICAeL] environment, which is designed in the Moodlerooms platform, for the two current Masters
             of Professional Studies programs: Business of Art & Design, and Information Visualization. This position
             reports to the Associate Dean of the School for Professional and Continuing Studies (SPCS)

             Duties include:

                    Support online courses through the use of the Moodlerooms course management system (LSTCNet)
                    Partner with staff and faculty in the learning design process to make the best use of available teaching
                    methods, tools, and technology to enhance student learning
                    Explore new technologies and coordinate training efforts for faculty, staff, and students in the use of
                    technology
                    Develop tutorials and other training materials for faculty, staff, and students
                    Provide periodic reports on course development and other projects
                    Provide advice and recommendations regarding the strategic, tactical, and operational issues
                    associated with the use of technology in the service of educational processes
                    Assist in assessing effectiveness of course materials that are created by faculty
                    Coordinates the integration of critical information from existing Student Information Systems (SIS) or
                    other database into various eLearning environments
                    Perform other related duties as assigned

             Minimum qualifications:

                    Bachelor's degree
                    2 years experience in the design and development of technology-based instructional materials
                    Experience with web-based course management and/or content management systems
                    Knowledge of various information visualization software tools
                    Familiarity with graphic design principles
                    Understanding of various operating systems, file structures, file formats, and protocols
                    Knowledge of current instructional theories for collaborative, web-based learning
                    Knowledge of streaming audio and video, podcasting, and social networking tools
                    Strong oral and written communication skills
                    Excellent organizational, project management and problem-solving skills
                    Ability to interpret faculty and student needs and provide instructional support and materials to address
                    needs
                    Ability to train and support faculty, staff, and students in the use of learning technologies
                    Proven ability to adapt and learn new procedures and software programs
                    Ability to work as a collaborative team member as well as independently
                    Successful Candidate will be required to complete a full background check

             Preferred Qualifications:

                    Masters degree
                    Project management experience

             Salary: High 40's, negotiable and commensurate with experience; includes extensive benefits package.
             A review of applications will begin immediately; job announcement will remain open until position is filled.

             Application Instructions: To be considered for this position, please apply online include a letter of interest
             with desired salary and your current resume.


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             Names with contact information for 3 professional references may be requested.
             To apply online please visit: http://mica.interviewexchange.com
             No phone calls.
             AA/EOE


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             Thread:            Asst. Prof. of School Library Media   Posted Date:      October 24, 2011 11:33 AM
                                at William Paterson Univ              Status:           Published
             Post:              Asst. Prof. of School Library Media
                                at William Paterson Univ
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Assistant Professor of School Library Media at William Paterson University
             Location: Wayne, NJ
             A full-time position
             Position open until filled
             The University is pleased to solicit applications and nominations for a faculty position for the academic year
             2012-2013. Unless otherwise indicated, faculty appointments are tenure-track at the rank of Assistant
             Professor and require an earned doctorate or appropriate terminal degree in the field. (ABD's may however be
             considered for appointment at the rank of instructor, with projected completion of degree requirements by June
             2013).

             Teaching responsibilities include graduate and undergraduate courses in both literacy and school library media.
             K-12 teaching experience and a background in educational technology required. Expertise and college-level
             teaching experience in school library media, additional specialization in literacy and expert technology skills and
             knowledge of information systems required. Evidence of active participation in professional organizations;
             commitment to educating and experience in teaching diverse learners; and dedication to a comprehensive,
             challenging, field-based program is required. Evidence of prior scholarship or potential for scholarship and
             research is required. Participation in accreditation review processes; engaging in research and publication; and
             service to the department, college, university, and community preferred. Commitment to a high level of
             teaching effectiveness, to ongoing scholarship or creative expression, and to academic service is required.
             This position is subject to available funding. The academic year commences September 2012.

             Doctorate in a related field required.

             Candidates should send letter of application, current curriculum vitae, with contact information for at least three
             professional references to Gerri Mongillo, chairperson, Department of Educational Leadership and
             Professional Studies at mongillog@wpunj.edu or via mail to William Paterson University, 300 Pompton Road,
             Wayne, NJ 07470. Please reference Job Code. Review of applications will commence immediately and
             continue until the position is filled. The University community values and supports diversity among faculty, staff
             and students. Minority and women candidates are encouraged to apply. Further information about the
             positions, the University, and the departmental programs can be obtained electronically through
             access to its website at http://www.wpunj.edu/jobs.

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             Thread:            Assistant Directof for ISTC at        Posted Date:      October 24, 2011 11:29 AM
                                Bucknell University                   Status:           Published
             Post:              Assistant Directof for ISTC at
                                Bucknell University
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Assistant Directof for Instructional Technology at Bucknell University
             Location: Lewisburg, PA


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             Application deadline: 10/25/2011
             A full-time position
             Job Summary: The Assistant Director for Instructional Technology (AD) provides leadership, direction,
             planning, and oversight for the wide-range of outreach, consultation, instruction and support programs of the
             Instructional Technology work group. The programs and services of Instructional Technology are expected to
             provide effective support in the areas of innovative use of technology in the classroom, and in support of
             faculty teaching and student learning generally. In addition, the AD is responsible for assuring that continual
             research and visioning of possible future programs and technology initiatives are a regular part of Instructional
             Technology.

             Working closely with the CIO and Director of Library Services and Instructional Technology, the AD assures
             the programs of Instructional Technology are effectively integrated with the broader range of technology and
             instruction programs at Bucknell. More specifically, the Assistant Director for Instructional Technology works
             closely with the Assistant Director for Research Services to assure an effective integration of library research
             services and instructional technology into a cohesive and seamless program that serves Bucknell University's
             academic goals. The AD for Instructional Technology and AD for Research Services are jointly responsible for
             creating and maintaining an outreach program that is thoughtfully proactive, consistent, and regularly brings
             new and forward-thinking ideas to faculty about possible applications for technology, information resources and
             services in the teaching and learning process.

             Minimum Requirements: B.A. required.

             Successful record of at least 5 years working directly in the areas of instructional technology in an education
             context.

             Successful record of at least 2 years of supervisory experience, preferably with a track record of increased
             responsibility to include supervising multiple staff.

             Ability to set priorities and manage multiple projects simultaneously.

             Ability to write clear, accurate process documentation and business communications.

             Ability to analyze data and make local decisions based on national and local trends and to design processes
             that enhance services while maximizing university resources.

             Demonstrated effective oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills with a high priority placed on the
             ability to effectively undertake instruction and other public speaking engagements.

             Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree preferred

             Special Instructions to Applicants: Bucknell University values a diverse college community and is committed
             to excellence through diversity in its faculty, staff, and students. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
             Employer, Bucknell University especially welcomes applications from women and minority candidates.
             Online Application Form: https://jobs.bucknell.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=51970&jtsrc=www.high
             eredjobs.com&jtrfr=www.peopleadmin.com&adorig=PA


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             Thread:            Instructional Technologist at       Posted Date:       October 21, 2011 4:42 PM
                                Maryland Institute College of Art   Status:            Published
                                (MICA)
             Post:              Instructional Technologist at
                                Maryland Institute College of Art
                                (MICA)
             Author:            Paul Iwancio


             Instructional Technologist


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             Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA)
             School of Professional and Continuing Studies

             http://mica.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=27792

             Job Description:
             The Instructional Technologist will primarily be responsible for providing administrative oversight of the MICA
             e-Learning [MICAeL] environment, which is designed in the Moodlerooms platform, for the two current Masters
             of Professional Studies programs: Business of Art & Design, and Information Visualization. This position
             reports to the Associate Dean of the School for Professional and Continuing Studies (SPCS).Summary of
             Essential Functions:
                • Work collaboratively with faculty, staff, and students to support online learning through the design and
             use of technology
             Duties Include:
                • Support online courses through the use of the Moodlerooms course management system (LSTCNet)
                • Partner with staff and faculty in the learning design process to make the best use of available teaching
             methods, tools, and technology to enhance student learning
                • Explore new technologies and coordinate training efforts for faculty, staff, and students in the use of
             technology
                • Develop tutorials and other training materials for faculty, staff, and students
                • Provide periodic reports on course development and other projects
                • Provide advice and recommendations regarding the strategic, tactical, and operational issues associated
             with the use of technology in the service of educational processes
                • Assist in assessing effectiveness of course materials that are created by faculty
                • Coordinates the integration of critical information from existing Student Information Systems (SIS) or
             other database into various eLearning environments
                • Perform other related duties as assigned

             Requirements:
               • Experience with web-based course management and/or content management systems
               • Knowledge of various information visualization software tools
               • Familiarity with graphic design principles
               • Understanding of various operating systems, file structures, file formats, and protocols
               • Knowledge of current instructional theories for collaborative, web-based learning
               • Knowledge of streaming audio and video, podcasting, and social networking tools
               • Strong oral and written communication skills
               • Excellent organizational, project management and problem-solving skills
               • Ability to interpret faculty and student needs and provide instructional support and materials to address
             needs
               • Ability to train and support faculty, staff, and students in the use of learning technologies
               • Proven ability to adapt and learn new procedures and software programs
               • Ability to work as a collaborative team member as well as independently
               • Education: Bachelor’s degree
               • Experience: 2 years in the design and development of technology-based instructional materials.
               • Successful Candidate will be required to complete a full background check
             Preferred Qualifications:
               • Masters degree
               • Project management experience

             Additional Information:
             Salary: Mid-high 40’s, negotiable and commensurate with experience; includes extensive benefits package.
             A review of applications will begin immediately; job announcement will remain open until position is filled.
             AA/EOE
              Online Job Description Link:
             http://mica.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=27792
             Application Instructions:
             To be considered for this position, please apply online include a letter of interest with desired salary and your
             current resume.


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             Names with contact information for 3 professional references may be requested.
             No phone calls.
             Should you experience any difficulty with, or have questions concerning the online application process please
             refer to Interview Exchange's Frequently Asked Questions mica.interviewexchange.com/manual/candidate
             /index.html or submit a Help Ticket to the Help Desk
             mica.interviewexchange.com/iecreatemodifyticket.jsp?job_id=25880&new=yes



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             Thread:           Clinical Assistant Prof. of Learning   Posted Date:      October 20, 2011 10:55 AM
                               Design & Tech - Purdue U.              Status:           Published
             Post:             Clinical Assistant Prof. of Learning
                               Design & Tech - Purdue U.
             Author:           Sarah Lohnes Watulak


             DEPARTMENT OF CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION
             LEARNING DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY
             POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
             Clinical Assistant Professor in Learning, Design, and Technology, Department
             of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education
             The Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Purdue University seeks a
             clinical assistant professor of learning design and technology with a
             specialization in online learning. The successful candidate will play a key
             role in supporting the goals of the program as well as supporting the
             continued development and deployment of its new online Master’s of Science
             in Education program.
             This is an academic year clinical faculty position, with reappointments in
             two-year contractual terms. Clinical appointments are non-tenure track but
             with potential for promotion in rank. The position also includes the
             possibility for summer employment. Position responsibilities include:
             • Coordinate and teach courses in the LDT online master’s program
             • Developing a program of inquiry and disseminating results in publications,
             presentations, and
             other local, state, and national outlets
             • Building collaborative relationships with colleagues in other disciplines
             both across campus
             and within centers in the school
             • Advising graduate students
             • Supervising and addressing program needs, including coordinating program
             and course
             implementation, supervising limited term instructors and graduate students
             • Participating in partnership and leadership activities with local, state,
             and national entities
             Earned doctorate in educational technology, instructional design, or closely
             related field with expertise in online course development and delivery.
             Experience in online graduate education, adult professional development,
             and/or classroom instruction. Strong oral and written communication skills
             and demonstrated organizational abilities and leadership skills. Proven or
             demonstrated potential for participation in online program implementation


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             and evaluation and grant-writing is strongly desired.
             Review of applications will begin November 15, 2011, and will continue until
             the position is filled. Send a letter of application, vita, statement of
             teaching philosophy, writing sample (e.g., published article, conference
             proceedings, book chapter), and three letters of recommendation to:
             Dr. Peg Ertmer,
             Search Committee Chair c/o Gina Haines (hainesg@purdue.edu)
             Department of Curriculum and Instruction
             100 N. University St.
             West Lafayette, IN 47907-2098
             LEARNING DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM: This interdisciplinary program at
             Purdue has been identified as a signature area in the College of Education.
             The program recently launched an online Master’s of Science in Education
             program, designed to meet the needs of distance students who wish to learn
             how to design effective learning experiences and environments for a variety
             of settings. As part of this mission, we seek a clinical faculty member who
             can contribute to our mission to be a preeminent graduate program.
             Furthermore, the college is committed to advancing diversity in all areas of
             faculty effort including scholarship, instruction, and engagement; we seek a
             candidate who can demonstrate emphasis in at least one of these areas. See
             http://www.edci.purdue.edu/LDT/ for additional program information.
             Inquiries about the position, and all electronic application materials
             should be directed to Gina Haines (hainesg@purdue.edu).
             THE UNIVERSITY: Purdue, a leading land grant and research university, ranks
             among the 15 largest universities in the nation. The university has an
             enrollment of more than 38,000 on the West Lafayette Campus and more than
             14,000 on the regional campuses in Indiana. It is located in West Lafayette,
             IN, 65 miles northwest of Indianapolis and 125 miles southeast of Chicago.
             A background check will be required for employment in this position.
             PURDUE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/EQUAL ACCESS/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
             EMPLOYER FULLY COMMITTED TO ACHIEVING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE.


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             Thread:           Asst. Professor of Edu. at Lebanon   Posted Date:      October 18, 2011 10:43 AM
                               Valley College                       Status:           Published
             Post:             Asst. Professor of Edu. at Lebanon
                               Valley College
             Author:           Allison Funk


             Assistant Professor of Education at Lebanon Valley College
             Location: Annville, PA
             A full-time, tenure-track position
             Application deadline: December 1, 2011
             Education: Lebanon Valley College invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor of education
             beginning August 2012. Qualifications include public school experience in the teaching of elementary math and
             elementary science, Pre-K to grade 4. The successful candidate must be able to teach an introductory course
             in educational technology and supervise student teachers. Ph.D., Ed.D., or A.B.D. preferred. Responsibilities
             include teaching courses in the early childhood certification program, Pre-K to 4, and advising students.



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             Send cover letter, vitae, teaching philosophy statement, and three letters of recommendation with contact
             information by December 1, 2011 to work@lvc.edu. Salary and rank are commensurate with educational
             credentials, licenses, certification, and experience. EOE.


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             Thread:           Instructional Designer at Marist     Posted Date:      October 17, 2011 1:29 PM
                               College                              Status:           Published
             Post:             Instructional Designer at Marist
                               College
             Author:           Allison Funk


             Instructional Designer at Marist College
             Location: Poughkeepsie, NY
             A full-time position
             Position open until filled
             The Department of Academic Technology at Marist College is seeking applicants for the full time position of
             Instructional Designer. This position will report to the Assistant Director of Academic Technology and eLearning
             and play a central role in helping the college achieve new strategic goals associated with distance education
             and using instructional technologies to enhance the teaching and learning experience. The position will provide
             faculty with pedagogical and instructional design consultation related to course, module, and whole curriculum
             development activities for traditional, online, and hybrid courses. Duties and responsibilities include:

             * Developing and managing relationships with faculty to implement improvements to online courses and
             processes based on "best practices."
             * Delivering workshops and developing support materials and documentation to assist faculty in using
             instructional technologies.
             * Keeping abreast of emerging multimedia and instructional technologies as they pertain to the College's
             strategic mission.
             * Producing innovative instructional materials that take advantage of the extensive information technologies
             found at Marist College.
             * Serves as a liaison with the other development services (graphics, video production, learning objects
             programming, etc.).
             * Knowledge of the Quality Matters rubric and how to apply it to online courses.

             Master's degree in Instructional Design, Instructional Technology or related field from a regionally accredited
             institution and three (3) years of related work experience, or a combination of work and teaching experience;
             OR a Bachelor's degree regionally accredited institution and seven (7) years of related work experience, or a
             combination of work and teaching experience. Candidates should have experience developing and delivering
             online courses as well as an understanding of and an ability to communicate teaching strategies appropriate
             for distance learning environments. Specific skills in using Camtasia, open source based technology
             (Sakai/Moodle), TurnItIn, web conferencing tools and streaming technologies are desirable as well as the
             capacity to develop new, relevant technology skills as needed. Candidates are expected to have excellent
             written and verbal communication skills in connection with interpersonal, organizational, and partnering skills.

             Marist College is a highly selective, independent, liberal arts institution located in the historic Hudson River
             Valley of New York State, midway between New York City and Albany, the state capital. Situated on a
             180-acre campus overlooking the Hudson River, it enrolls 4,200 traditional undergraduate, 850 graduate
             students and 750 continuing education students. Marist College has been recognized for excellence by U.S.
             News & World Report, The Princeton Review, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, Entrepreneur Magazine, and
             Barron's Best Buys in College Education, and is noted for its leadership in the use of technology to enhance
             the teaching and learning process. Marist recently received a $75 million gift to establish the Raymond A. Rich
             Institute for Leadership Development in an architecturally and historically 42,000-square-foot mansion along
             the Hudson River in nearby Esopus, NY. Marist is dedicated to helping students develop the intellect and
             character required for enlightened, ethical, and productive lives in the global community of the 21st Century.
             The College fulfills its mission by pursuing three ideals: excellence in education, the importance of community,
             and the principle of service.


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             To learn more or to apply, please visit http://jobs.marist.edu. Only online applications are accepted.

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             Thread:            Instructional Technologist at Univ.   Posted Date:       October 17, 2011 1:26 PM
                                of Pittsburgh                         Status:            Published
             Post:              Instructional Technologist at Univ.
                                of Pittsburgh
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Instructional Technologist at University of Pittsburgh
             Location: Pittsburgh, PA
             A full-time position
             Salary: $32,184 to $52,200 USD Per Year
             This position within the Center for Instructional Development and Distance Education (CIDDE) works with
             faculty through the selection, design, production and implementation of educational solutions to integrate
             technologies into the pedagogical mission of the university. Primary responsibilities include: supporting faculty
             and staff on the University's implementation of the Blackboard 9.1 learning management system, supporting
             faculty use of educational technologies by analyzing needs; researching, evaluating and developing or
             recommending appropriate technology to meet those needs; and providing training, support and
             documentation. Acts as senior technologist in supporting teammates, faculty, staff and students. While
             supervision is provided by the Manager of Educational Technology Services, this position demands the ability
             to work with minimal supervision and/or input from supervisor. Activities involve: providing consulting, problem
             determination and resolution, system installation and configuration, application support, learning management
             system support, audio video production/post production support and technology needs analysis. The position
             requires expert level administrative and technical knowledge of the Blackboard learning management system
             and previous experience in supporting faculty on its usage. The position requires knowledge of and prior
             experience working with current web standards and web coding languages including: HTML, XHTML, XML,
             CSS and JS. Technical proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, web design and content development
             technologies (Dreamweaver, Flash, Captivate, Articulate) and multimedia production applications (Final Cut
             Studio, Adobe Creative Suite, Premiere, iMovie, Windows Movie Maker, Audacity, Garageband) is necessary.
             Experience authoring content in Drupal or working with PHP is a plus. Broad knowledge of instructional and
             educational technologies and online learning is necessary for success in this position. The ideal candidate is
             flexible, creative, solution-oriented, resourceful, agile, takes initiative and is willing to explore new areas while
             being connected to trends and developments in the field. A bachelor's degree required, BA or BS in the field of
             Educational Technology, Information Science, Instructional Design is preferred. Master's degree preferred. At
             least 5 years of experience in academic technology, distance learning and/or online initiatives. Experience
             working with faculty in a higher education environment. Expertise in the Blackboard Learning Management
             System is strongly preferred.

             THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION / EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

             Please note: All applicants must apply via PittSource, the University of Pittsburgh's on-line
             employment system, as we no longer accept paper or e-mailed resumes/applications. To apply for this
             position click the following link: www.pittsource.com/applicants/Ce ntral?quickFind=68192


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             Thread:            Assistant Professor of ISTC at Old    Posted Date:       October 11, 2011 11:39 AM
                                Dominion University                   Status:            Published
             Post:              Assistant Professor of ISTC at Old
                                Dominion University
             Author:            Allison Funk




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             Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology at Old Dominion University
             Location: Norfolk, VA
             A tenured or tenure-track position
             A full-time position
             Application deadline: November 15, 2011
             Instructional Technology: The Department of Teaching and Learning in the Darden College of Education at Old
             Dominion University invites applications and nominations for a tenure track Assistant Professor of Instructional
             Technology for PK-12 Teacher Preparation beginning in the 2012-2013 academic year. The position is a
             10-month, annual position with the potential for summer teaching.
             Responsibilities:
             1) Teach undergraduate and graduate introductory technology courses (on campus and web-based) and other
             courses as identified by the department;
             2) mentor graduate students;
             3) conduct research and publish in refereed journals
             4) seek external funding to support scholarly and outreach activities;
             5) develop partnerships with faculty, schools and other education agencies within and outside ODU in activities
             related to the use of technology to enhance teaching and learning;
             6) participate in the design and development of distance learning initiatives.
             7) demonstrate commitment to diversity, and participation in program governance and decision-making.
             Qualifications:
             Required
             1) Doctorate in Instructional Technology or related field earned by August 31, 2012;
             2) prior experience in a k-12 setting;
             3) extensive experience in integrating technology into PK-12 instruction;
             4) demonstrated ability to design, develop and deliver distance courses in synchronous and asynchronous
             modes;
             5) demonstrated ability to engage in scholarly research and publication;
             6) demonstrated ability or potential to generate grant proposals, to lead funded research and/or service
             projects;
             7) participation in related professional organizations
             Preferred
             8) Experience with school-university partnerships focused on teacher preparation and teacher development;
             9) service as an Instructional Technology Resource Teacher, or Technology Curriculum Integration Specialist,
             or other comparable position in a PK-12 environment
             10) knowledge of issues in computer-based/enhanced instruction within content areas across grade levels and
             disciplines.
             11) experience with and/or a commitment to working in multicultural settings.
             Application Information:Submit your application materials electronically in an intuitively navigable format.
             Send the materials in a single, zipped file. Include a letter of interest, a curriculum vitae, names and contact
             information for three professional references and samples of scholarly writing/publications to: Richard
             Overbaugh, Search Committee Chair, at roverbau@odu.edu and cc Jody Sommerfeldt, Search Committee
             Member, at jsommerf@odu.edu. Review of applications will begin November 15, 2011 and continue until the
             position is filled.


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             Thread:           Assistant/Associate Prof of Ed      Posted Date:       October 5, 2011 11:22 AM
                               Tech, Oklahoma State                Status:            Published
             Post:             Assistant/Associate Prof of Ed
                               Tech, Oklahoma State
             Author:           Sarah Lohnes Watulak


             POSITION: The College of Education, School of Educational Studies, Oklahoma
             State University is seeking an Assistant/Associate Professor of Educational



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             Technology.

             RESPONSIBILITIES: The successful candidate will teach undergraduate and
             graduate courses in educational technology (EDTC), specifically in areas
             appropriate to the candidate’s expertise and the program needs. Additional
             responsibilities will include engagement in scholarly activity, supervising
             graduate students, and serving as a resource to the school, college, and
             university. A normal teaching load is generally five courses per nine-month
             academic year. This position is assigned to the Stillwater campus; however,
             EDTC faculty may also teach on the Tulsa campus and in an online delivery
             format as well.

             GENERAL INFORMATION: Oklahoma State University is a comprehensive land-grant
             university with an enrollment of more than 23,000 students. The university
             offers 86 programs of study leading to a bachelor’s degree, 70 master’s
             programs and 46 programs at the doctoral levels at campuses in Stillwater
             and Tulsa. The campus in Stillwater is approximately 60 miles from both the
             Tulsa and Oklahoma City metropolitan areas. EDTC courses serve undergraduate
             programs in the OSU Professional Education Unit. The program also offers a
             M.S. in Educational Technology and a Ph.D. in Education with an Educational
             Technology option.

             QUALIFICATIONS: Qualifications include an earned doctorate in relevant area,
             a record of scholarly productivity commensurate with the candidate’s level
             of experience, and potential for excellence in teaching. Candidates will
             have expertise in theories, technologies, and methods associated with
             Educational Technology, Instructional Design, and/or School Library
             Media. Candidates at the Associate level will have an established record of
             productivity commensurate with the expectations of a Carnegie Research
             University with high research activity.

             SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salary and rank will be commensurate with education,
             experience and qualifications. Benefits include comprehensive medical and
             retirement plans.

             APPLICATION INFORMATION: The process of reviewing applications will begin
             December 1, 2011, and will continue until a successful candidate is
             selected.

             To apply, send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, transcripts, two
             sample publications, and three letters of references to the following
             address:

             Search Committee Chair
             c/o Patricia Karcher
             School of Educational Studies
             204 Willard Hall
             Oklahoma State University
             Stillwater, OK 74078

             For more information on the Educational Technology program, please visit our
             website at http://edtech.okstate.edu or direct specific inquiries to Dr.
             Pasha Antonenko at pasha.antonenko@okstate.edu. OSU is an Affirmative
             Action, Equal Opportunity Employer committed to multicultural diversity. We
             particularly encourage applications from members of traditionally
             underrepresented groups. Successful applicants must comply with IRCA.



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             Thread:   Asst. Professor of ISTC at Iowa   Posted Date:      October 4, 2011 10:18 AM
                       State Univ.                       Status:           Published
             Post:     Asst. Professor of ISTC at Iowa
                       State Univ.
             Author:   Allison Funk




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             Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology at Iowa State University
             A full-time, tenured/tenure track position
             Salary commensurate with experience
             Application Deadline: October 30, 2011
             The Department of Curriculum and Instruction (C&I) in the College of Human Sciences at Iowa State University
             invites applications for a tenure track faculty position in Instructional Technology at the Assistant Professor
             rank, beginning in August 2012. Iowa State University and the College of Human Sciences are committed to
             increasing their national leadership in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education.
             Faculty in C&I seek a dynamic, innovative, and enthusiastic colleague who offers strong research and teaching
             expertise in technology and teacher education. The department is committed to increasing its academic
             excellence, external funding, and diversity of faculty and students.
             RESPONSIBILITIES: Position responsibilities include developing a focused research program in instructional
             technology, teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, securing external funding, and advising Masters
             and Ph.D. level students. The typical teaching responsibility is two courses per semester. Attractive start-up
             packages are available.
             The successful candidate will join a collegial team of leading instructional technology educators and
             researchers in the Center for Technology in Learning and Teaching (visit http://www.ctlt.iastate.edu/ for more
             information). C&I faculty are actively engaged in research, teaching, and outreach activities that involve
             university-wide collaborations, area PreK-12 schools, education agencies, and the Iowa Department of
             Education, as well as national and international collaborations. Please visit our web page
             (http://www.ci.hs.iastate.edu) for more information about the department.
             QUALIFICATIONS:
             REQUIRED - An earned doctorate in instructional technology or a closely related area; a record of, or
             potential for, scholarly research; a record of, or potential for, securing external funding; successful teaching
             experience, and evidence of professional service and outreach in the area of instructional technology.
             PREFERRED - Teaching experience in PreK-12 schools; experience working with pre- or in-service teachers;
             experience designing and teaching online courses; research interests and extensive expertise in emerging
             technologies, STEM, Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and/or the impact of technology on learning and
             diversity or equity; and a demonstrated commitment to working with diverse students, staff and community
             members.
             SALARY: Commensurate with qualifications All offers of employment, oral and written, are contingent upon the
             university's verification of credentials and other information required by federal and state law, ISU
             policies/procedures, and may include the completion of a background check.
             TO APPLY: All application materials must be submitted electronically at https://www.iastatejobs.com/. Once on
             the website, search by Vacancy ID #110908 and apply by clicking on "Apply for this Vacancy." Please be
             prepared to attach or enter the following: 1) a letter of application addressing your qualifications for this
             position, 2) a complete curriculum vitae, 3) a scholarly manuscript (published, presented, or submitted) --
             please attach as "Other Documents," and 4) name, mailing address, phone number and e-mail for three
             academic references who will submit letters on your behalf. Applicants who have not completed their doctoral
             degree at the time of application must have at least one reference address the likelihood of completion by
             August 2012.
             Please mail transcripts to: Denise A. Schmidt-Crawford, Associate Professor Search Committee Chair
                                               Instructional Technology Department of Curriculum and Instruction
                                               N131 Lagomarcino Hall
                                               Iowa State University
                                               Ames, IA 50011-3190
             If you have questions regarding this vacancy, please email the search committee chair, Denise Schmidt-
             Crawford at dschmidt@iastate.edu.
             APPLICATION DEADLINE: Review of applications will begin November 1, 2011 and continue until the position
             is filled.


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             Thread:            Asst. Professor of ISTC at         Posted Date:      October 4, 2011 10:10 AM



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                                Tennessee Tech Univ.                  Status:           Published
             Post:              Asst. Professor of ISTC at
                                Tennessee Tech Univ.
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology at Tennessee Tech University
             Location: Cookeville, TN Department of Curriculum & Instruction
             A full-time position
             Position open until filled
             QUALIFICATIONS: Required: An earned doctorate in Instructional or Educational Technology or closely related
             degree. Demonstrated ability to teach instructional technology courses at the undergraduate and/or graduate
             levels. Ability to work cooperatively with colleagues within the department, across campus, and in the public
             schools. Ability to provide leadership and scholarship at the local, state, national, and international level in
             appropriate professional organizations and publications. Demonstrated commitment to diversity and teacher
             preparation. Successful teaching experience in P-16 settings. Demonstrated ability to integrate technology into
             teaching.
             Preferred: Ability to participate in grant writing.
             ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in instructional technology at both on
             and off campus sites. Potential to provide leadership and scholarship at the local, state, national, and
             international level. Candidates will be evaluated on the basis of how their education and experiences have
             prepared them to successfully execute all of the duties of the position.
             SALARY: Commensurate with experience and education. Benefits include the accumulation of one sick leave
             day per month and thirteen (13) University holidays. Other benefits include medical and life insurance (shared
             cost with the university), retirement, optional 401k, and educational benefits. Deferred income and benefits
             over 12 months.
             APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applicants will be required to apply online at https://jobs.tntech.edu/ and
             electronically upload a cover letter, CV, copies of transcripts (Official transcripts required upon hire), and email
             addresses for four references at time of application. Submission of materials is the applicant's responsibility.
             Applications without all required materials are incomplete and will not be considered. Questions can be
             directed to: Dr. James E. Akenson. Chair, Search Committee. Department of Curriculum and Instruction.
             Tennessee Technological University. Cookeville, TN 38505. You may contact Dr. Akenson at 931.372.3066 or
             preferably by email at jakenson@tntech.edu.
             APPLICATION SCREENING DATE: Review of applications will begin on November 1, 2011; open until filled.


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             Thread:            Instructional Technology Specialist   Posted Date:      October 4, 2011 10:00 AM
                                at Vermont Technical College          Edited Date:      October 4, 2011 10:02 AM
             Post:              Instructional Technology Specialist   Status:           Published
                                at Vermont Technical College
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Instructional Technology Specialist at Vermont Technical College
              Location: Randolph Center, VT
             A full-time position
             Salary: $28,119 - $62,382
             Application Deadline: October 14, 2011
             RESPONSIBILITIES: Develop and administer College instructional technology resources and services to
             support teaching and learning ; to provide appropriate training for faculty and staff in the use of instructional
             and presentation technologies an software; to assist faulty in implementing curricular projects into classrooms
             using PCs and multimedia equipment and to assist in design, setup and maintenance of instructional facilities
             and classrooms. Plan, implement, manage and administer instructional technology resources, including
             assessing and advising on technologies appropriate to supporting, teaching and learning in a college
             environment. Provide faculty development opportunities and training activities in effective and innovative
             applications of technology, including instructional design support for integrating educational and instructional


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             technology into the classroom environment, for on-campus and distance courses. Develop and administer
             media service operating policies and procedures. Perform hardware and software upgrades; maintain and
             provide routine repairs of equipment obtain outside service as needed for major repairs; evaluate and
             negotiate license or service agreements with vendors and outside service providers. Act as local system
             administrator of college Learning Management system. Hire, train and oversee the students for the Learning
             Management system helpdesk. Work with faculty of all campuses in support of an online learning environment.
             Keep abreast of current developments in trends in instructional technologies.
             QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in Educational or Instructional Technology, plus two to four years of
             relevant experience in a Windows networked environment, or a combination of education & experience from
             which comparable knowledge and skills are required. Expert knowledge in the use of a wide array of
             technology products, including multimedia and web writing tools, imaging and video software, authoring tools
             and information retrieval using the internet is essential. Ability to deal effectively with and represent the College
             to a broad range of individuals/groups within and outside of Vermont Tech. Understanding of the Moodle
             learning management system preferred. Experience in training users about new technologies and environments
             preferred.
             STARTING DATE: ASAP
             APPLICATION DEADLINE: Applications will be accepted until October 14, 2011.
             TO APPLY: Submit a Vermont Tech employment application, with resume and cover letter to: Office of
             Human Resources, Vermont Technical College, PO Box 500, Randolph Center, VT. Employment
             application is available on the VTC website: www.vtc.edu
             NOTE: All full-time and some part time positions are subject to a criminal background check. Any offer of
             employment is contingent upon the satisfactory results of this check. Vermont Technical College is an EQUAL
             OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER!


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             Thread:            Instructional Technology Training    Posted Date:        September 26, 2011 9:48 AM
                                Specialist at Johns Hopkins          Status:             Published
             Post:              Instructional Technology Training
                                Specialist at Johns Hopkins
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Instructional Technology Training Specialist
             Where: Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
             A full-time position
             Position Open Until Filled
             Johns Hopkins University is seeking an Instructional Technology Training Specialist who will collaborate with an
             AAP trainer and trainers from other JHU schools, as well as the appropriate education staff at Advanced
             Academic Programs (AAP), to jointly develop and offer training programs and materials related to the delivery
             of JHU-AAP courses. The primary duties and responsibilities of the job:
             · Develop and provide training programs and online resources to faculty and staff in the areas of: distance
             learning best practices,
               learning technologies (such as but not limited to CMS and online conferencing), and multi-media creation to
             support instruction.
             · Conduct training to prepare faculty to provide instruction in all modes of educational delivery (face-to-face,
             online, and hybrid).
             · Develop and implement an annual schedule of training activities for faculty teaching fully online courses as
             well as those
               supplementing face-to-face courses.
             · Develop, maintain and update training materials in various delivery modalities, including face to face, online
             live, and online self-
               paced, including authorship of training related content on the faculty support resources portion of the AAP
             website
             · Develop and execute test cases using documented design specifications and record results in a development
             and production



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               environment.
             · Develop storyboards and scripts for training materials/manuals when appropriate
             · Monitor progress of trainees/participants to keep users competent and informed.
             · Provide on-site and online training to faculty and staff with a variety of skill levels and from various academic
             disciplines at the various
               JHU-AAP educational centers in MD and the DC area.
             · Conduct formative and summative evaluations of the training programs and make modifications as needed.
             This position will report to an AAP technical trainer. The initial focus of this position will be to assist AAP in its
             migration efforts to Blackboard. This position will work primarily at the Homewood campus of Johns Hopkins
             University, but will travel to conduct training at other JHU-AAP sites in the Baltimore and DC Metro areas. To
             accommodate the scheduling needs of some faculty, trainings may take place during non-standard business
             hours (evenings and weekends).

             Additional Information: May work in DC OR Baltimore with frequent local travel between the two locations.

             Bachelor's degree required. Minimum of 3-5 years experience working in an educational environment as an
             instructor, trainer, or consultant. Includes at least one year experience developing courses or training with
             online course management tools, Blackboard preferred.
             Master's degree in a related field preferred and may be substituted for some years of experience.

             The successful candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, presentation and
             classroom management skills, help desk experience, excellent written and verbal communication skills, a
             strong service orientation, a team-focused mentality and the ability to incorporate best-practice from the field
             of training and technology into standard operations. This position requires a comprehensive knowledge of
             course management systems, assessment and evaluation principles and practices, fundamental teaching and
             classroom techniques, plus a working knowledge of online pedagogy, best practices, and adult learning
             principles, online conferencing, knowledge in skills and in the use of technologies for detecting and tracking
             defects. High degree of competency with Microsoft Office (including PowerPoint, Excel, Word) or similar tool;
             and HTML coding skills. Knowledge and/or skill in any of the following considered a plus: Web 2.0, social
             networking, HTML coding, and QualityMatters. Preferred qualifications: Knowledge of online instructional
             design, pedagogy/andragogy, and distance learning best practices desirable.

             Johns Hopkins University is an EO/AA employer committed to recruiting, supporting, and fostering a diverse
             community. To apply, go to JHUJobs at jobs.jhu.edu and search for Requisition 47185.


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             Thread:            Dean of Instructional Technology at   Posted Date:        September 21, 2011 12:59 PM
                                the Westminster Schools (Atlanta)     Status:             Published
             Post:              Dean of Instructional Technology at
                                the Westminster Schools (Atlanta)
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Dean of Instructional Technology
             Westminster Schools, Atlanta, Georgia
             This new position reports directly to the President, is a member of the Senior Administrative Team, and has the
             full support of the Board of Trustees. To connect teaching with technology, the Dean of IT will oversee the
             School’s technological infrastructure and key learning initiatives involving leading-edge pedagogy and
             curriculum. A leader, teacher, visionary, and team-player, the Dean of IT will direct the Chief Technical Officer
             and IT staff as well as classroom-based Technology Integration Specialists, and will partner with the Dean of
             Faculty and administration to promote a transformative learning environment.

             Westminster enjoys a 180 acre campus with 13 academic buildings and 9 athletic fields. Endowment is
             roughly $200 million. Bill Clarkson has been (its highly effective) President since 1991. The school's website
             is www.westminster.net.
             For a description of the job opportunity, information about the Westminster Schools, and



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             requirements/guidelines to apply, please visit:
             http://www.carneysandoe.com/web/positions/westminster.pdf


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             Thread:           3 Principal Trainer/Instructional   Posted Date:      September 12, 2011 9:48 AM
                               Designer positions at Johns         Status:           Published
                               Hopkins Medicine
             Post:             3 Principal Trainer/Instructional
                               Designer positions at Johns
                               Hopkins Medicine
             Author:           Allison Funk


             3 Principal Trainer/Instructional Designer positions at Johns Hopkins Medicine
             For more information about available positions and to apply online, please visit:
             PRINCIPAL TRAINER (Scheduling/Cadence): https://www.healthcaresource.com/johnshopkins
             /index.cfm?fuseaction=search.jobDetails&template=dsp_job_details.cfm&cJobId=162744
             PRINCIPAL TRAINER (EpiCare Ambulatory): https://www.healthcaresource.com/johnshopkins
             /index.cfm?fuseaction=search.jobDetails&template=dsp_job_details.cfm&cJobId=643259
             Interested candidates should apply online at the above sites. After applying, email Jeff Ostrow (a graduate of
             Towson's ISTC Master's program) at jostrow2@jhmi.edu expressing your interest and to discuss the interview
             process.


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             Thread:           Library Media Specialist at the     Posted Date:      September 6, 2011 3:45 PM
                               SEED School of Maryland             Status:           Published
             Post:             Library Media Specialist at the
                               SEED School of Maryland
             Author:           Allison Funk


             Please see the attached flyer for more information about a Library Media Specialist opening at the SEED
             School of Maryland.

             Attachment:     Posting Library Media Specialist 2011_08_12 LR.pdf (85.904 KB)


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             Thread:           Anne Arundel County Instructional   Posted Date:      August 25, 2011 3:38 PM
                               Tech Resource Specialist            Status:           Published
             Post:             Anne Arundel County Instructional
                               Tech Resource Specialist
             Author:           Allison Funk


             Please see the attached flyer regarding an Instructional Technology Resource Specialist position in Anne
             Arundel County.

             Attachment:     C21824 Instructional Technology Resource Specialist 2011r1.doc (45 KB)


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             Thread:           Technology Resource Teacher at      Posted Date:       August 8, 2011 5:32 PM
                               The Middle School for the Arts      Status:            Published
             Post:             Technology Resource Teacher at
                               The Middle School for the Arts
             Author:           Allison Funk


             Technology Resource Teacher at The Middle School for the Arts at Booker T. Washington
             Location: Baltimore, MD
             We are looking for someone who could:
             - provide professional development and support in instructional technology
             - maintain the school-wide technology framework, including 3 computer labs, 30 smart boards, 9 laptop carts,
             and
               classroom computers
             - teach a few courses in technology education
             - utilize and provide assistance for teachers in utilizing the media center
             Please send resumes to Joshua Michael at jmichael@bcps.k12.md.us
             For more information about this position, contact Joshua Michael via phone: C - 410-294-8581

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             Thread:           Educational Technologist at         Posted Date:       August 1, 2011 10:28 AM
                               Columbia University                 Status:            Published
             Post:             Educational Technologist at
                               Columbia University
             Author:           Allison Funk


             Educational Technologist at Columbia University
             Location: New York, New York
             Department: Graduate School of Journalism
             A one-year full-time position
             Position open until filled
             Salary commensurate with experience
             The Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University seeks an Educational Technologist to advance its
             efforts to integrate technology in the teaching of journalism. The incumbent will work collaboratively with IT
             staff and faculty to develop and implement resources that will foster innovative teaching and learning practices
             using information technology.

             CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES:

             Supports faculty on course development projects as related web and media enhancement, instructional design,
             and assessment and evaluation of instructional outcomes.

             Develop and deliver documentation, workshops, and other faculty development strategies to encourage the
             integration of technology across the curriculum.

             Contribute to the implementation and instructional support of resources, such as the SAKAI learning
             management system, to teach in hybrid and fully online environments.

             Monitor emerging trends in the field and engage in research and selection of technologies that will support
             teaching and promote innovation.

             Perform other duties as assigned.
             MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
             Bachelor's degree in Education, Instructional Technologu or related field. A minimum of three years of related
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             Experience training in the use of instructional technologies, including one or more learning management
             systems; ability to convey complex technical information to non- technical users.
             Superior interpersonal, writing, and communications skills, as well as strong project management skills.
             Extensive experience using Macs and Windows machines; knowledge of instructional software tools, Web 2.0
             and web services.
             Other Skills:
             Experience with learning and content management systems, HTML, CSS, XML, JavaScript, Flash and other
             technologies.

             Extensive experience working with end users and a wide variety of stakeholders.

             Assertive and able to work successfully in a fast paced work environment.

             Ability to proactively work on problems of diverse scope.

             For more information and to apply online, visit: https://jobs.columbia.edu/applicants/jsp/shared
             /frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1312208539956


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             Thread:           Assistant or Associate Prof. of     Posted Date:         July 28, 2011 11:38 AM
                               Instructional Technology and        Status:              Published
                               Learning Sciences - USU
             Post:             Assistant or Associate Prof. of
                               Instructional Technology and
                               Learning Sciences - USU
             Author:           Sarah Lohnes Watulak



              The Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services at Utah State University invites applicants
             for a tenure-track position at the Assistant
             or Associate Professor level to join the internationally recognized
             Department of Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences (ITLS).
             Successful candidates will, by the time of appointment, have (1) a doctorate
             in Learning Sciences, Instructional Technology, or a related field and (2)
             have demonstrated excellence or the potential for future excellence in
             research and teaching.

             The successful candidate is expected to develop a cutting-edge research
             program, supervise graduate students, and teach graduate and undergraduate courses delivered in
             face-to-face, distance, and blended formats. Candidates will have expertise in theories, technologies, or
             methods associated with either Instructional Technology or Learning Sciences. Successful candidates will also
             have appreciation of intellectual contributions from both fields and be receptive to opportunities for
             collaboration. Candidates at the Associate level will have an established record of productivity that merits
             tenure at Utah State University, a Carnegie Research University with high research activity.

             The department is composed of nine dynamic and extremely collegial full-time
             faculty who have been trained at the nation's top institutions in Learning
             Sciences, Instructional Technology, and Information Sciences. The
             department's well-respected Ph.D., M.S., and M.Ed. programs attract many of
             the world's best students. In addition to these degrees, the department also
             offers endorsements in School Library Media Administration, Distance
             Learning, and an undergraduate minor in Multimedia Development.


             Faculty have received several national awards for teaching, research, and
             service, and serve in a variety of leadership positions in both


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             Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences. Our faculty have a strong
             track record for procuring research funding from the Department of
             Education, the National Science Foundation and other funding organizations.

             Utah State University (USU) is a land grant institution based out of Logan,
             Utah with nearly 20,000 undergraduates and over 3,000 graduate students.
             U.S. News and World Report ranked the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services at
             USU as 29th among 1,200 colleges of education, which is the highest rank in the Mountain West region of the
             United States.


             Utah State University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer
             sensitive to the needs of dual-career applicants. The University was
             recently chosen as a National Science Foundation ADVANCE Gender Equity
             Program recipient. The University is dedicated to recruiting stellar
             candidates from a diverse pool including women, minorities, veterans and
             people with disabilities. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to
             apply. USU offers competitive salaries and outstanding medical, retirement
             and professional benefits (http://www.usu.edu/hr).

             Applicants can submit materials electronically at https://jobs.usu.edu/
              Along with the online application, please attach:
              1) A cover letter (Please address how you meet position requirements and
             include a statement of both your research agenda and teaching philosophy).
              2) A curriculum vitae
              3) One sample of scholarly writing (.doc, .docx, .pdf format).
             4) List of three references (including names and contact information).

             Inquiries may be directed to Dr. Andrew Walker (andy.walker@usu.edu),
             selection committee chair, or any of the selection committee members: Dr.
             Brian Belland (brian.belland@usu.edu), Dr. Yanghee Kim (yanghee.kim@usu.edu), Dr. Victor Lee
             (victor.lee@usu.edu), Whitney Olsen (whitney.olsen@usu.edu), or Dr. Brett Shelton (brett.shelton@usu.edu).

             Review of candidates will commence on August 8, 2011 and continue until the
             position is filled. The position begins January or August of 2012

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             Thread:           Senior Performance Specialist      Posted Date:      July 25, 2011 6:04 PM
             Post:             Senior Performance Specialist      Status:           Published
             Author:           Audrey Gottheimer


             Laureate Global Products and Services a division of Laureate Educa on, Inc., develops and supports
             leading distance‐learning universi es and businesses with the ul mate goals of increasing access to
             postsecondary educa on in markets worldwide and helping students reach their highest poten al.  We
             are currently seeking a candidate with demonstrated experience developing learning programs to join us
             in Bal more, MD as a Sr. Performance Specialist.
              This posi on works collabora vely with regulatory and compliance professionals and subject ma er
             experts to iden fy, design, develop, implement and evaluate, training and performance‐based solu ons
             for regulatory and compliance content, u lizing a variety of modali es. The Sr. Performance Specialist
             will work with opera onal leaders and subject ma er experts (SMEs), to ensure that the accuracy of
             content and delivery methods are connected to the business.
              Qualifica ons:
              •&νβσπ;BA/BS degree. Masters degree preferred.
                  •&νβσπ;7+ years of Instruc onal Design experience


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                 •&νβσπ;A minimum of 2  years working in a technical learning environment, developing eLearning
                    solu ons
                 •&νβσπ;Proven exper se using instruc onal methods and training techniques, including curriculum
                    design principles and blended learning strategies, as well as exper se and applica on in Adult
                    Learning Theory.
                 •&νβσπ;Substan al experience in the development and programming of interac ve, computer‐based
                    mul media training materials using Adobe Professional eLearning Suite, Ar culate, Illustrator or
                    Fireworks, Cap vate, Flash, Camtasia, Lectora and off‐the‐shelf so ware
                 •&νβσπ;Demonstrated knowledge of mul ple methods for learning, including coaching, mentoring,
                    on‐the‐job experiences, classroom and technology‐enabled learning
                 •&νβσπ;Ability to design, develop, and implement innova ve technology solu ons for training, u lizing
                    alterna ve training approaches including, but not limited to, computer‐based training, e‐learning,
                    distance learning, and mul ‐media solu ons
             We value how hard our people work, that’s why we do our best to offer the most comprehensive pay and
             benefits packages around. As a Laureate employee, you will enjoy medical/dental/prescrip on/vision,
             401(k) with company sponsored matching, 10 paid holidays, generous vaca on and sick leave,
             educa onal reimbursement and much more.
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             h ps://sh.webhire.com/servlet/av/jd?ai=737&ji=2559582&sn=I. Laureate Educa on, Inc. and all of its
             subsidiaries or affiliates are equal opportunity employers. EOE. 

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             Thread:            Instructional Designer at Piedmont   Posted Date:      July 25, 2011 2:48 PM
                                Virginia Community College           Status:           Published
             Post:              Instructional Designer at Piedmont
                                Virginia Community College
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Instructional Designer at Piedmont Virginia Community College
             Location: Charlottesville, VA
             A full-time position
             Application deadline: August 4th, 5 pm.
             Salary: maximum $65K
             Purpose:
             Piedmont Virginia Community College is accepting applications for an Instructional Designer. This is a 12 month
             professional faculty appointment that will report to the Vice president for Instruction and Student Services.
             The Instructional Designer will advance PVCC's academic mission by helping the faculty use the best available
             technologies and pedagogical techniques and by helping them develop innovative practices for their courses.
             In order to better serve our customers, PVCC will only accept online applications submitted through the
             Virginia Jobs site for this position. PVCC will not accept hand-delivered applications or applications submitted
             by mail, e-mail, or fax. Cover letters, resume/curriculum vitae, and transcripts must be attached electronically
             to the online application. Unoffical copies will suffice for initial review. Official transcripts are required upon
             employment. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated by an accredited evaluation service.
             If transcripts are not attached to the online application, please provide as the "other document" a written letter
             to indicate that the transcripts will be mailed.
             Duties and Responsibilities:

                     Provide faculty with pedagogical consultation, instructional design support, and software instruction
                     needed to develop successful and effective distance learning and traditional courses.
                     Identify and promote the use of successful emerging, appropriate instructional strategies, technologies,



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                     pedagogies, and applications.
                     Help faculty learn instructional technologies and strategies: design and conduct faculty training courses,
                     seminars and workshops on distance learning technologies and teaching pedagogies, and provide
                     one-on-one and group faculty training.
                     Assist the faculty with professional development related to instructional technologies and instructional
                     strategies.
                     Teach one course per semester in an academic discipline offered at the College.

             Required Qualifications:

                     Master's degree in educational technology, instructional design, or related field or a master's degree in
                     an academic discipline taught at the community college.
                     Relevant experience in the area of instructional design/technology or related field
                     Demonstrated knowledge of instructional design theory, experience using media development tools
                     including social media, and experience using instructional technology (lecture capture).
                     Experience using software applications for the design and development of learning tools.
                     Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing with students, faculty and academic
                     administrators.
                     Ablity to work across multiple disciplines/departments/divisions and to create effective working
                     relationships with faculty.
                     Experience working with distance education platforms/learning management systems (preferably
                     Blackboard) and experience using instructional technology including lecture capture systems.

             Preferred Qualifications:

                     Doctorate in educational technology, instructional design, or related field or a doctorate in an academic
                     discipline taught at the community college.
                     Community college teaching experience.

             Salary: $65,000 approximate maximum starting salary
             In accordance with Virginia Community College System guidelines, rank and salary are dependent upon
             experience and qualifications.
             Application Package must include:

                     Résumé
                     Transcripts
                     Names, addresses and telephone numbers of three (3) professional references

             Deadline: 5 p.m.. Monday, August 4, 2011
             Apply online at http://www.Click2Apply.net/vfgd6my


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             Thread:            Technology Support Specialist at     Posted Date:       July 25, 2011 2:35 PM
                                Stevenson University                 Status:            Published
             Post:              Technology Support Specialist at
                                Stevenson University
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Technology Support Specialist at Stevenson University
             Location: Stevenson, MD
             A full-time position
             Position Open Until filled
             Position Summary: Support a growing user base of PC's, laptops, printers and various other audio visual
             equipment including setting up and maintaining PCs (installing software, diagnosing technical problems. faults,
             liaising with maintenance contractors) in the office.
             Education/Experience: Bachelor degree preferred plus three years experience in providing technical support


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             as part of an Information Technology department in a complex multi-server, multi-site environment, with
             industry certifications in relevant fields preferred or equivalent combination of education and experience.
             Valid driver license with good driving record: must be insurable.
             Knowledge/Skills/Ability: Desktop management and configuration skills required
             Demonstrable expertise in Microsoft Windows XP Pro and Windows 7, MS Office 2007 & 2010
             Good logic skills
             Very good communication skills (written and verbal)
             Knowledge of computer and application troubleshooting procedures required
             Dependability, flexibility and willingness to adhere to non-standard work schedule mandatory.
             Have a solid understanding of IT system fundamentals (i.e. able to analyse problems and provide and manage
             the solution) with a reasonable knowledge of PCs and networks and the software it uses (e.g. Windows XP &
             7 and Office 2007 & 2010).
             Must be Microsoft qualified or ability to prove similar knowledge.
             Previous Management of small I.T. projects
             Ability to travel between the campuses.
             Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed.
             Essential Functions: Provide technical support and asset software to support the Staff, faculty and students.
             Manage user and customer expectations. Keep the customer informed and follow-up to ensure satisfaction.
             Manage small projects (e.g. PC installations)
             Technical support is rendered on-site throughout the on campus buildings and at many times during class
             where urgent action is necessary
             Install and maintain projectors, sound systems, DVD players and other AV equipment.
             Follow the policies and procedures of Stevenson University and the Office of Information Technology.
             Exhibit Sound judgment, integrity, and commitment to the mission, vision, and values of Stevenson University.
             Perform other duties as assigned.
             Apply online at: https://stevenson.peopleadmin.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=51430&jtsrc=
             www.higheredjobs.com&jtrfr=www.peopleadmin.com&adorig=PA


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             Thread:            Executive Director, Center for      Posted Date:       July 25, 2011 2:29 PM
                                Teaching & Learning at UMUC         Status:            Published
             Post:              Executive Director, Center for
                                Teaching & Learning at UMUC
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Executive Director, Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL) at University of Maryland University College
             Location: UMUC, Adelphi, MD
             A full-time position
             Position Open Until Filled
             Salary Commensurate with Experience
             The University of Maryland University College (UMUC) is seeking an Executive Director, Center for Teaching
             and Learning (CTL). Reporting to the Associate Provost, Office of Instructional Services and Support (OISS),
             this position leads all functions related to faculty training and development at UMUC in close collaboration with
             the School of Undergraduate Studies, the Graduate School of Management and Technology, and the Office of
             the Provost.

             Responsibilities include development and implementation of strategic plans for worldwide faculty training and
             oversight of all ongoing professional development programs run by CTL. This position has contact with all
             members of UMUC's worldwide academic community, including the President, Provost, Deans, Department
             Chairs, and Faculty members. In addition, the incumbent will routinely have contact with colleagues at other



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             academic institutions and professional organizations for research purposes and identification of usable best
             practices in the areas of teaching and learning. Specific responsibilities include:

             * Providing leadership, overall management, and operational oversight of CTL unit activities, including the
             development, management, and assessment of staff/trainers, budget, and appropriate use of technology and
             other unit resources

             * In concert with academic units, identifying and providing overall strategic vision and direction for the design,
             improvement, and implementation of all faculty training and development programs, to be accomplished by
             considering new approaches to faculty development that may include, for example, discipline-specific faculty
             development/training integrated with outcomes assessment, as required by the user community

             * Working closely with OISS senior management to support the intradepartmental resource planning efforts to
             maximize departmental efficiencies

             * Supporting the ongoing assessment of faculty development programs for continuous improvement, using
             sound, metrics-driven approaches

             * Performing other job-related duties as assigned

             Requirements include 1.) Master's in Education or a related field, Doctorate strongly preferred, 2.) direct
             experience teaching online in a college or university environment, 3.) a minimum of five (5) years of experience
             developing faculty in an academic environment, 4.) experience developing educational and/or training resources
             for online delivery, and 5.) experience supervising in a professional setting. The successful candidate will also
             have experience working with and leading special projects, as well as excellent presentation, oral
             communication, leadership, and writing skills.

             POSITION AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY & WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL FILLED
             SALARY COMMENSURATE WITH EXPERIENCE

             Please visit http://www.umuc.edu/employ.shtml for complete instructions for how to apply for this position. All
             submissions should include a cover letter and resume. UMUC offers an excellent benefits package, including
             tuition remission and a minimum of 25 days of leave per year, as well as a range of insurance options. For
             detailed information, please visit http://www.umuc.edu/personnel/exempt.shtml.


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             Thread:            Sr. Director for Instructional       Posted Date:       July 20, 2011 10:21 AM
                                Technology at CCBC                   Status:            Published
             Post:              Sr. Director for Instructional
                                Technology at CCBC
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Senior Director for Instructional Technology
             Location: CCBC, Catonsville CampusA full-time positionPosition open until filledSalary: $72 - 82K per year
             Under the supervision of the VicePresident of Instruction and the Chief Information Officer, the Sr. Director of
             Instructional Technology is a member of the ITS management team, provides functional management of
             instructional technology for the college, and serves as a campus leader for technology. The Sr. Director provides
             leadership for distance and online learning; is responsible for providing training, guidance and assistance to CCBC
             faculty in the use of technology in the classroom and use of instructional design principles in development of
             curriculum and courses. The
             Sr. Director is responsible for future planning, budgeting, and
             evaluation of all aspects of instructional technology software,
             hardware, and purchasing or recommending purchases of
             appropriate software and hardware to support instructional
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             1. Provide Instructional Technology Support to CCBC faculty.
             2. Promote the development of new distance learning courses, programs, technologies and pedagogy.
             3. Plan, project, justify, and administer budget for Student
             Technology Fee Funds and Instructional Technology Department funds.
             4. Review, select, and purchase software and hardware to support instruction.
             5. Plan, manage, and purchase equipment for Instructional
             Technology replacement cycle.
             6. Supervise the operation and management of distance learning program and courses.
             7. Plan for future instructional technology needs.
             8. Plan for and provide training for faculty and staff in the use of technology.
             9. Plan and provide professional development and training for
             faculty in the development of online and distance learning courses.
             10. Supervise the operation and management of the college cable channel.
             11. Work with Academic School Deans and Department Chairs to develop distance learning courses and
             programs.
             12. Organize and coordinate Information Technology Council. Essential Job Duties are intended to be examples of
             duties and are not intended to be all inclusive. There will be other duties as assigned.

             The educational requirement for this position is completion of a master's degree. Education may not be
             substituted for experience. This position requires 8 years of related experience. Knowledge of distance learning
             pedagogy and technology used to deliver distance learning. Excellent communication skills and the ability to work
             closely with faculty, staff, and administrators to advance Instructional goals. Technical knowledge and expertise in
             instructional technology. Excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to manage professional and technical staff.
             Knowledge and familiarity in teaching and learning, instructional design, online instruction, video production, and
             multimedia. Knowledge of emerging information technologies and software, academic computing
             needs. Skills in collaboration, problem solving, creativity, planning and budgeting. Experience teaching at the
             college level and knowledge of online instruction.



             Apply online at: https://www.ccbcmdjobs.com/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset
             /Frameset.jsp?time=1311171556065


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             Thread:            Instructional Technology Manager     Posted Date:       June 6, 2011 2:35 PM
                                at Johns Hopkins                     Status:            Published
             Post:              Instructional Technology Manager
                                at Johns Hopkins
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Instructional Technology Manager
             Location: Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
             A full-time position
             Salary: $61-83K per year
             Description:
             The Sr. Instructional Designer will lead a team that works collaboratively to support the teaching and learning
             mission of the University. Provides vision, leadership and coordination in designing, developing, and delivering
             online and technology-enhanced instructional materials for public health professionals. Will possess an
             in-depth understanding of instructional issues related to teaching and learning in traditional, hybrid, and online
             courses as well as experience using a wide range of hardware and software tools to develop and deliver
             instructional materials. Manage experienced team of instructional design professionals, including creating and
             implementing policies, best practices, standards, and team building. Represent and advocate for instructional
             design team in decision-making situations. Communicate new policies and practices to instructional design
             team. Manage work assignments and delegation of responsibilities for the instructional design team. Conduct
             regular instructional design team meetings. Coordinate the development of high-quality instructional materials
             that are functional, informative, and consistent with sound instructional design principles. Consult with



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             production manager and other departmental work teams on strategies to improve the production workflow and
             resolve production issues, when necessary. Collaborate and consult with faculty on the effective use of
             Web-based resources, multimedia technologies, and instructional software and systems to improve teaching
             both online and on-campus. Serve as instructional designer leading teams with web developers, technical
             writers, multimedia specialists, medical illustrator for the timely development of courses or special projects.
             Evaluate the instructional effectiveness of programs, courses, and training products. Plan, develop and
             facilitate faculty and staff workshops and other activities in areas of instructional design strategies and the use
             of specific instructional technology tools. Research and evaluate new and emerging technologies, instructional
             design theories, and approaches and policies for potential application to instructional opportunities.
             Collaborate and consult with other distance education and instructional technology staff at Johns Hopkins and
             other universities. Provide and encourage professional development opportunities for instructional designers.
             Hire, train, mentor and evaluate new instructional designers. Represents CTLT at senior leadership levels
             throughout enterprise. Conducts faculty training/performance improvement programs. Course design and
             development and recommend valued-added learning solutions. Monitor ongoing evaluations and assessments
             to ensure effectiveness of programs.
             Requirements:
             Bachelor's degree in instructional design, instructional technology, education, or related field.
             Four years experience in the field of instructional/educational technology, including designing, developing, and
             managing higher education (and/or corporate) technology-based instruction projects and programs.
             To apply visit http://jobs.jhu.edu and apply online. Please select job number, 48386, and add to your
             career cart to apply. Johns Hopkins offers a competitive salary and has an excellent benefit program, including
             tuition remission and tuition grant for dependents. The successful candidate for this position will be subject to
             a pre-employment background check.


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             Thread:            CIAT - Annoucement Instructional    Posted Date:       May 31, 2011 12:13 PM
                                Technology Support Student          Status:            Published
                                Coordinator Position
             Post:              CIAT - Annoucement Instructional
                                Technology Support Student
                                Coordinator Position
             Author:            La Tonya Dyer


             The Center for Instructional Advancement and Technology (CIAT) has an immediate opening for an
             Instructional Technology Support Student Coordinator. The ITS student coordinator position was
             designed to assist with the management of the OTS Digital Media Classrooms (DMC) and
             administration of WebEx accounts. This contractual position provides an opportunity for a student
             employee to gain technical skills, management experience and exposure to the functional use of
             instructional technologies. The position involves 20-30 hours per week and is set to last for one
             academic year. The successful candidate must be organized, punctual, able to meet deadlines and
             able to maintain a consistent schedule. Applicants must be comfortable using PC-based computers
             and Microsoft Office Suite. Experience troubleshooting hardware and software is a plus.
             For full list of responsibilities please review attached.
             Please forward your resume and cover letter to ldyer@towson.edu.

             Attachment:     Annoucement Instructional Technology Support Student Coordinator Position.pdf (98.738 KB)


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             Thread:            Director of Distance Learning at    Posted Date:       May 16, 2011 1:38 PM
                                Goucher College                     Status:            Published
             Post:              Director of Distance Learning at
                                Goucher College



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             Author:           Allison Funk


             Director of Distance Learning
             Where: Goucher College, Towson MD
             A full-time, administrative position
             Application due date: June 6, 2011
             Goucher College, a selective liberal arts college located twenty minutes north of Baltimore, and the first
             college in the nation to require students to study abroad, is accepting applications for the director of distance
             learning position. Reporting to the associate dean for graduate and professional studies, this position provides
             direction and support in the area of online and hybrid graduate programming for the Welch Center for
             Graduate and Professional Studies' growing graduate and professional distance learning programs. The
             director will stay abreast of and implement new theories, educational technologies, and developments in the
             distance learning field, and communicate them to deans, directors, and faculty.

             The director is responsible for leading effective training courses in distance learning pedagogy and course
             design for graduate faculty and providing ongoing mentoring; supervising the distance learning team, including
             instructional designers and technology specialists to design, maintain, support, and upgrade courses;
             collaborating with Center for Teaching and Learning and Information Technology staff; participating in the
             course design process; and assisting with new program development.

             The successful candidate will have a master's degree in instructional technology for online learning or a related
             field. Five or more years experience in online learning, instructional design, web-based technology, and course
             design in a higher education environment; and excellent communication and customer service skills are
             essential. Experience in graduate programs is preferred.

             The successful candidate will be subject to a background check as a condition of employment.

             Interested applicants must apply by June 6, 2011.

             Please submit the following application materials online:

             * Cover letter with salary requirement
             * Resume
             * Contact information for three professional references

             Online application form: https://goucher.interviewexchange.com
             /candapply.jsp?JOBID=25096#pageTop


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             Thread:           Assistant Professor of EDTL at       Posted Date:        May 9, 2011 6:09 PM
                               Ashburn University                   Edited Date:        May 9, 2011 6:10 PM
             Post:             Assistant Professor of EDTL at       Status:             Published
                               Ashburn University
             Author:           Allison Funk


             Assistant Professor of Educational Technology
             Where: Ashland University; Ashland, Ohio
             A full-time, tenure-track position
             Start Date: August 2011
             Application Deadline: June 1, 2011
             Educational Technology: Applications invited for tenure-track Assistant Professor position In Ashland
             University's Dwight Schar College of Education, Educational Technology program, beginning August 2011.
             Primary responsibilities are to provide instruction in undergraduate educational technology foundation courses
             and in the master's and endorsement course work in the Technology Facilitators program. Appointee must
             demonstrate excellence in teaching and have United States K-12 classroom experience. Candidate also


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             expected to engage in pursuing a clearly defined research agenda.
             Responsibilities include:
             1) Instruction of both undergraduate and graduate students in face-to-face, hybrid, and online formats
             2) Maintaining a research and scholarly publication record in the area of educational technology
             3) Providing service to the college and university in various capacities through committee work and other
             activities
             4) Supervising graduate capstone activities as required.
             Required qualifications:
             1) Earned doctorate from accredited institution
             2) Three years of U.S. K-12 classroom experience
             3) Evidence of developing research and scholarly publication agenda
             4) Evidence of teaching experience at post-secondary level in the area of educational technology.
             Desired qualifications:
             1) Research and teaching expertise in the following areas:
                 (a) the relationship between technology facilities and resources and classroom instruction
                 (b) technology planning and Implementation,
                 (c) organizing technology use in schools.
             2) Experience in using learning management systems for distance learning
             3) Research and implementation in current models of Instructional Design related to Educational Technology.
             Send letter of application, current vita, three written references attesting to your competency in this
             area and one sample of a published work in the area of educational technology by June 1, 2011, to Dr.
             James Van Keuren at jvankeu1@ashland.edu.


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             Thread:            Instructional Designer at College of   Posted Date:      May 3, 2011 10:30 AM
                                Southern Maryland                      Status:           Published
             Post:              Instructional Designer at College of
                                Southern Maryland
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Instructional Designer
             Where: College of Southern Maryland: La Plata, MD
             A Full-time position
             Salary: $48K
             Position open until filled
             The Instructional Designer works with faculty content experts to design and develop course and class
             materials for web-based and web-hybrid courses as well as other alternatively delivered instructional formats
             (credit and non-credit); assists faculty, staff, and other content experts in the selection and development of
             appropriate instructional strategies for Internet and other alternatively delivered instructional products; and
             works with faculty and staff to provide them with the pedagogical consultation, instructional design support,
             and software instruction needed to develop successful and effective distance learning courses and workshops.

             The instructional designer maintains currency in distance learning technologies and implement as feasible. The
             instructional designer must also be a dynamic trainer, responsible for designing and conducting faculty training
             on distance learning technologies and teaching pedagogies.
             The work schedule for this position is 40 hours per week; Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Flexibility is
             required. College of Southern Maryland conducts background checks in order to insure the safety and
             well-being of the college's staff and students. The final candidate for this position will be subject to the
             following background checks: Criminal History Check.
             Required Skills

                     Master's degree required in instructional design, educational technology, computer assisted design or a
                     related field
                     At least one (1) year's experience in one of these fields required.



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                     Demonstrated creativity, skill and experience in multimedia design and production, web page creation
                     and collaboration with faculty/content experts required.
                     Demonstrated ability to analyze and solve highly complex technical problems spanning a wide range of
                     topics from databases and networks to web-based operations and functionality.
                     Experience in integrating technology into instruction offered at a distance.
                     Well-developed understanding of microcomputers, servers, databases, networks, and multimedia
                     hardware and software.
                     Experience with a variety of media development tools (i.e., Dreamweaver, Flash, Acrobat, scripting
                     languages, and multimedia streaming technologies) is required.
                     Experience with WebCT and Blackboard.
                     Experience with image editing and video editing software and hardware.
                     Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint required.
                     Understanding of college-level course design and instruction in traditional formats required.
                     High level of expertise with software that facilitates the design of instruction (storyboards, flow charts,
                     assessments, etc.).
                     Participate in professional development activities in order to keep abreast of new developments in the
                     instructional uses of technology and help present reports on ITC initiatives.
                     Strong and comprehensive oral, written, and interpersonal skills and the ability to deal effectively with
                     multiple constituencies.
                     Structured and organized thinker who executes well against plan, with the ability to thrive in a
                     fast-paced, dynamic work environment.

             This position is open until filled. You may still apply for this position. The position will be removed from the
             website once it has been filled. You may see the "Frequently Asked Questions" page for a detailed explanation
             of the process for an open until filled position.

             The College of Southern Maryland is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

             DO NOT RESPOND BY EMAIL
             Contact: Human Resources Office
                       College of Southern Maryland

             Please apply online:
             http://hostedjobs.openhire.com/epostings/submit.cfm?fuseaction=app.dspjob&jobid=303
             202&company_id=15554&jobboardid=101


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             Thread:             Summer Research Assistantship        Posted Date:       April 28, 2011 2:35 PM
                                 Opportunity                          Status:            Published
             Post:               Summer Research Assistantship
                                 Opportunity
             Author:             Allison Funk


             The Department of Secondary Education is looking for a research assistant to help with quantitative data
             analysis during the 2011 Summer sessions. This is a great opportunity, with benefits including: hands-on
             experience working with College of Education faculty; tuition waiver; and a monetary stipend.
             Please contact Dr. Jeff Passe (jpasse@towson.edu) for more information regarding this assistantship.


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             Thread:             Elementary Librarian at the Gilman   Posted Date:       April 14, 2011 10:33 AM
                                 School                               Edited Date:       April 14, 2011 10:34 AM
             Post:               Elementary Librarian at the Gilman   Status:            Published
                                 School
             Author:             Allison Funk



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                                                         Gilman School
                                       Position Description: Lower School Librarian
                                                      Beginning Fall 2011
                                                         Baltimore, MD
             The Position
             Gilman School is seeking a full-time Librarian for the Lower School. The Lower School Librarian
             works with grades K-5. Essential functions include teaching scheduled classes in kindergarten
             through 5th grade, supporting faculty, developing the library’s collection, and organizing summer
             reading lists. Responsibilities also include supervising assistants, organizing book clubs and fairs, and
             preparing the library divisional budget. Candidates must have a Master’s in Library Science.
             The salary for this position is very competitive in the Baltimore area.

             To Apply
             Those interested in applying for the position should send a letter of interest, resume, and list of
             references by May 1 to Henry Smyth, Assistant Headmaster, Gilman School, 5407 Roland Avenue,
             Baltimore, MD 21210, or jobs@gilman.edu.
             Gilman School Mission
             Gilman is a diverse community dedicated to educating boys in mind, body, and spirit through
             particular emphasis upon academic excellence, athletic participation and aesthetic appreciation.
             Gilman seeks to produce men of character and integrity who have the skills and ability to make a
             positive contribution to the communities in which they live and work.

             The School
             Originally established in 1897 as “The Country Day School for Boys,” Gilman School is rooted in
             the belief that, in order to build character, school should provide every boy with strong academics
             and a full-day program that includes afternoon sports. Today, Gilman educates boys in kindergarten
             through Grade 12 through a rich, college-preparatory program of offerings in academics, athletics,
             and the arts. The school subscribes to the teacher-coach model and takes great pride in the fact that
             its teachers connect with the students through activities outside the classroom. Most Gilman
             teachers are involved in athletics and/or physical education. Teachers also help to cultivate students’
             interests in music and performing arts through a variety of groups, bands, and productions.
             Set on a 68-acre campus in the northern part of Baltimore City, the school serves roughly 1000
             students in three divisions: Lower School (K-Grade 5), Middle School (Grades 6-8), and Upper
             School (Grades 9-12). Facilities include separate buildings for each of the three divisions, an Upper
             School science building, an auditorium, and a shared dining hall. Athletic facilities include an arena
             and other gymnasiums, indoor pool, weight room, locker rooms, game and practice fields, tennis
             courts, and alpine tower. Gilman has a full-time faculty of nearly 140, and the average class size is
             16 students. A strong coordinate program with two neighboring girls schools—Roland Park Country
             School and The Bryn Mawr School—provides students in the Upper School with a broad and
             comprehensive curriculum and with opportunities for coeducational classes on all three campuses.

             The Lower School
             Gilman’ s Lower School serves roughly 300 students in a nurturing environment that seeks to


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             channel each boy’s innate curiosity. The curriculum consists of language arts (including reading,
             phonics, writing, spelling, grammar, and vocabulary), math, science, and social studies. Students are
             organized by homeroom, with much of the core instructional time taking place in those groups. For
             reading and math in the first through fifth grades, the boys break into slightly smaller groups for
             instruction. Resource subjects include French, Spanish, computer, design and woodworking, library,
             music, studio art, swimming instruction, and physical education/athletics. Enrichment activities and
             programs include class plays, character development, environmental awareness club, student
             newspaper, book club, and community outreach efforts.


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             Thread:          CIAT - Annoucement Instructional   Posted Date:      April 14, 2011 8:41 AM
                              Technology Support Student         Status:           Published
                              Coordinator Position
             Post:            CIAT - Annoucement Instructional
                              Technology Support Student
                              Coordinator Position
             Author:          La Tonya Dyer


             The Center for Instructional Advancement and Technology (CIAT) has an immediate opening for an
             Instructional Technology Support Student Coordinator. The ITS student coordinator position was
             designed to assist with the management of the OTS Digital Media Classrooms (DMC) and
             administration of WebEx accounts. This contractual position provides an opportunity for a student
             employee to gain technical skills, management experience and exposure to the functional use of
             instructional technologies. The position involves 20 hours per week and is set to last for one
             academic year. The successful candidate must be organized, punctual, able to meet deadlines and
             able to maintain a consistent schedule. Applicants must be comfortable using PC-based computers
             and Microsoft Office Suite. Experience troubleshooting hardware and software is a plus.

             For additional information please see full description attached.

             Deadline to Apply: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Interested students should
             forward their letter of interest, resume and 3 references with contact information to ldyer@towson.edu
             .



             If you have any questions please contact La Tonya Dyer at 410-704-4723 or ldyer@towson.edu .




             Attachment:    Annoucement Instructional Technology Support Student Coordinator Position.pdf (98.738 KB)


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             Thread:          Graduate Assistantship             Posted Date:      April 7, 2011 2:50 PM
                              Opportunity                        Edited Date:      April 7, 2011 2:54 PM
             Post:            Graduate Assistantship             Status:           Published
                              Opportunity
             Author:          Allison Funk




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                                                           Towson University
                                       Center for Instructional Advancement and Technology
                               Instructional Technologist/Designer Position Description – 2011-2012
             Instructional Technologist/Designer Graduate Assistant

             The Instructional Technologist/Designer Graduate Assistant position was designed to assist the CIAT
             Instructional Design team with projects and research. The GA will gain practical experience in the area of
             instructional design, instructional technology, emerging technologies and project management. The position will
             provide a stipend and a tuition waiver for 20 credit hours for one academic year (May 2011 – May 2012).

             Note: Preference will be given to students enrolled in the College of Education or the Instructional Technology
             program and who have at least 2 years before the completion of their program.
             **Please see that attachment for details regarding GA duties and the application process.

             Attachment:     CIAT GA opening.docx - /xid-1898962_3 (16.7 KB) /orgs/COE_ISTC_GRAD/CIAT GA
             opening.docx

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             Thread:           Temporary Instructor at             Posted Date:       April 5, 2011 12:39 PM
                               Shippensburg University             Status:            Published
             Post:             Temporary Instructor at
                               Shippensburg University
             Author:           Allison Funk


             Temporary Instructor: Department of Accounting, Management information Systems
             and Information Technology for Business and Education
             Position Category: Adjunct Faculty
             Position: Temporary Instructor for 2011-2012 academic year
             Posting Date: March 08, 2011
             Job Description:
             The Department of Accounting, Management Information Systems and Information
             Technology for Business and Education in the John L. Grove College of Business invites
             applications for a one-year teaching position in its Information Technology for Business &
             Education program, effective August 2011. Responsibilities: Teach undergraduate courses in
             Information Technology, Methods of Teaching Business Subjects, and Foundations of Business
             Administration. In addition, faculty members are expected to perform other duties as assigned
             in compliance with the collective bargaining agreement.
             Required Skills/Qualifications:
             An earned doctoral degree in information systems, instructional technology, or a related
             discipline with emphasis on education from an accredited institution is preferred; a master?s
             degree is required. The applicant is required to have a certification in K-12 so that he or she is
             able to supervise student teachers as well as the ability to teach business classes. As part of a
             successful on-campus interview process, candidates will be expected to provide a
             demonstration of teaching effectiveness and evidence of understanding diverse populations.
             Department: Accounting/MIS
             Application Procedure:
             Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position has been
             filled. Only complete applications received will be considered. Send materials including a letter
             of application, curriculum vita, evidence of teaching effectiveness, names and contact



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             information for three references, and official undergraduate and graduate transcripts, to:
             Information Technology for Business Education Search Committee
             Shippensburg University
             Grove Hall Room 328
             1871 Old Main Drive
             Shippensburg, PA 17257
             Offers of employment are contingent upon successful completion of a criminal background
             check as well as sufficient course enrollment and budget allocations. Review of application
             materials will begin immediately. Shippensburg University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
             Individuals from traditionally underrepresented populations are encouraged to apply.

             Contact: Search Committee Chair
             Closing Date:
             Review of application materials will begin immediately
             For more information: http://www.ship.edu/HR/Positions/




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             Thread:          Instructional Technologist at      Posted Date:         March 28, 2011 1:50 PM
                              Washington College                 Status:              Published
             Post:            Instructional Technologist at
                              Washington College
             Author:          Allison Funk




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             Instructional Technologist at Washington College
             Where: Chestertown, MD
             A full-time position
             Position open until filled
             Responsibilities:
             Under the direct supervision of the Associate CIO of Academic Computing and Support Services, this position
             provides instructional technology support for the academic community at Washington College. The position is a
             general resource for faculty seeking to use instructional technologies to enhance learning. The technologist
             promotes and facilitates the use of technological innovations in the classroom and provides training and
             support to faculty and students.

                    Design, develop, and deliver workshops and presentations to faculty that demonstrate the pedagogical
                    value of emerging technologies.
                    With an eye on innovative learning in the classroom, assist faculty with using technology to create
                    collaborative, interactive and engaging learning experiences for the students.
                    Train students to use digital media to create original multimedia presentations for academic projects.
                    Train and assist with supporting the College's Blackboard learning management system.
                    Foster and promote the use of instructional technology in the classroom and beyond.
                    As a member of a team, the instructional technologist delivers non-academic related technology training
                    to the Washington College community.
                    Design brochures, flyers, and other digital and printed material for the Office of Information
                    Technologies.
                    Develop and maintain the Office of Information Technologies website and blogs. Write content for the
                    Web, blogs and promotional material.

             Technical Skills:

                    Possess three years experience in instructional design and development.
                    Demonstrated proficiency using digital video (i.e. digital video and still cameras), audio equipment and
                    software to create professional looking multimedia presentations is essential.
                    Possess excellent graphic design skills and demonstrated experience using popular graphic design
                    software.
                    Demonstrated experience using and teaching Photoshop, Dreamweaver, iMovie, Final Cut Pro, Flash,
                    InDesign, and other media to create high quality digital presentations.
                    Demonstrated experiencing developing and maintaining interactive websites.
                    Experience or keen interest using mobile devices including tablets (i.e. iPad, iPod Touch, etc), mobile
                    phones, and digital media players to support pedagogy in the classroom.
                    Must have demonstrated experience supporting Blackboard, Moodle or other learning management
                    system.
                    Experience using video conferencing software and/or hardware, social networks, iTunes U and other
                    applications, which can help faculty and students connect the growing global learning community.

             Qualifications: The successful candidate must possess a bachelor's degree though a graduate degree is
             preferred. Possessing a minimum of 3-years experience working collaboratively with faculty in a higher
             education environment is preferred. Though experience working with faculty in a small, private liberal arts
             college is highly desirable. A strong technical background in a wide variety of digital and classroom
             technologies is required.
             Online application form: https://highereddecisions.com/wcm/current_vacancies.asp
             More information on Washington College: http://www.washcoll.edu/


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             Thread:             Booz Allen Hamilton               Posted Date:       March 16, 2011 1:51 PM
             Post:               Booz Allen Hamilton               Status:            Published
             Author:             Audrey Gottheimer




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             Are you a problem solver by nature? If so, then Booz Allen Hamilton may be the place for you. We are
             actively hiring for several full time career opportunities within our Strategy and Organization capability in the
             Metro DC area. We are seeking individuals with mid to senior level years of experience with Instructional
             Systems Design to join our Human Capital, Learning & Communications Center of Excellence. Candidates
             must have an active TS/SCI or a polygraph.
             Our Strategy and Organization capability provides clients with many different elements of strategic thinking to
             ensure mission success. Booz Allen's integrated learning solution anticipates the need for new learning
             strategies, knowledge management services, training content, and timely delivery. We incorporate training,
             education, and performance support as an integrated, comprehensive solution to help clients build new
             capabilities and increase workforce performance through competency identification and assessment, design
             and development of learning programs and curricula, and delivery of education across multiple methods (e.g.,
             classroom, workplace, and desktop). For further insight into our Strategy and Organization practice, please
             visit our website: http://www.boozallen.com/consulting/optimize-organization/human-capital.
             We are proud of our diverse environment, EOE/M/F/D/V. Applicants selected will be subject to a security
             investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
             If you are interested in learning more, please contact May Wu at wu_may@ne.bah.com. I look forward to
             speaking with you.


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             Thread:            Asst Professor of Education at       Posted Date:        March 14, 2011 12:58 PM
                                Georgian Court University            Edited Date:        March 14, 2011 12:59 PM
             Post:              Asst Professor of Education at       Status:             Published
                                Georgian Court University
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Assistant Professor of Education (Instructional Technology) at Georgian Court University
             Where: Lakewood, NJ
             A full-time tenure track position beginning in the Fall 2011 Semester
             Position open until filled
             Summary:
             The School of Education is seeking a highly motivated, energetic individual committed to professional
             preparation and scholarship in Instructional Technology to fill a full-time, tenure-track position beginning Fall
             Semester 2011.
             Responsibilities:
             * Teach 12 credits per semester of undergraduate and graduate level courses.
             · Actively support students through advisement, mentoring, and student-related activities.
             · Actively contribute to university, School of Education and program functions and services,
               including recruitment, committees, assessment, and continuous improvement activities.
             · Contribute to meaningful integration of technology in teaching and learning curricula.
             · Pursue research/publication, and partnership activities related to teaching and learning online
               or with instructional technology.
             · Integrate the core values of respect, compassion, integrity, justice and service in all aspects of
               interactions.
             · Perform other related duties, as assigned.
             Qualifications:
             * Earned doctorate in Instructional Technology; ABD close to completion will be considered.
             · Proficiency using a broad range of instructional technology, web-based tools, Angel or other
               LMS, and multimedia.
             · Experience integrating curriculum and instructional technology, courseware for K-12 content
               subject learning with an emphasis on effective classroom practices, strategies for learner-
               centered instruction and theory-based reflective practice.
             · Demonstrated successful post-secondary teaching experience.
             · Evidence of a developing commitment to and record of research and publication.



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             · Collaborative, collegial disposition.
             · Interest in working with school/agency partners.
             · Familiarity with AECT and ISTE standards.
             · Commitment to prepare teachers to use instructional technology in general and inclusive
               classrooms.
             · Ability to teach in traditional and non-traditional formats and settings (i.e., off-campus,
               weekends, accelerated, online).
             Application Instructions:In order to be considered for this position, you must submit your credentials online.
             Create a Georgian Court University Employment Account by clicking on the URL link to the online application on
             our web site.
             You will be able to upload the following documents, which are required for consideration: cover letter, resume,
             unofficial transcript, and recent letters of recommendation from three professional references with contact
             information.
             Review of applications will begin immediately and continued until position is filled. Candidates who will enrich
             our climate of diversity are encouraged to apply, especially women and minorities.
             Please visit our web site at http://www.georgian.edu
             For more information and the full job posting, visit: http://www.higheredjobs.com
             /details.cfm?JobCode=175506154


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             Thread:           Managing Director at Maryland       Posted Date:      March 10, 2011 7:38 PM
                               Public Television                   Status:           Published
             Post:             Managing Director at Maryland
                               Public Television
             Author:           Allison Funk


             Managing Director K-12 Services at Maryland Public Television
             Where: Owings Mills, MD
             Salary: $65,292 - $82,178, depending on salary history and experience
             A full time position
             Email resume and cover letter with title: "Managing Director - K-12 Services" clearly indicated to:
              Maryland Public Television
              Recruitment Director
              resumes@mpt.org
              EOE
             For more information and to view the full job posting please visit: http://www.mpt.org/careers

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             Thread:           Summer Internships through the      Posted Date:      February 22, 2011 11:35 AM
                               Shriver Center, UMBC                Status:           Published
             Post:             Summer Internships through the
                               Shriver Center, UMBC
             Author:           Allison Funk


             Walter Sondheim Jr. Maryland Nonprofit Leadership Program
             When: June 6 - August 12, 2011
             Application due: March 15, 2011
             Stipend: $3,000
             Open to graduate students and undergraduate students entering their junior or senior year with a commitment
             to civic engagement or working in the nonprofit sector; GPA >3.0; must be willing to travel to Baltimore area
             during the program to attend bi-weekly professional development/nonprofit management seminars conducted



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             by the Maryland Association of Nonprofit Organizations.
             Application procedure – internship application (info at www.shrivercenter.org/nonprofit)
             Please see attached document for more information.

             Attachment:     Nonprofit promotional handout.pdf (371.747 KB) /orgs/COE_ISTC_GRAD/Nonprofit promotional
             handout.pdf

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             Thread:           Training Developer Intern           Posted Date:       February 14, 2011 12:53 PM
             Post:             Training Developer Intern           Status:            Published
             Author:           Audrey Gottheimer


             Description: RWD is a leading provider of human and operational performance
             improvement solutions that help employers maximize the return on their
             investments in people, processes, technology, equipment, knowledge and
             customers. Since 1988, RWD has assisted clients and partners in enhancing
             organizational productivity through its broad range of integrated products and
             services, which include human capital management and IT consulting services,
             business transformation and lean process improvement, end-user training,
             change management, knowledge management and operator effectiveness
             management. RWD’s solutions are used in thousands of organizations globally,
             and in industries such as manufacturing, energy, automotive, aerospace,
             healthcare, life sciences, consumer products, financial, telecommunications,
             services, higher education and the public sector. Based in Baltimore, Maryland,
             RWD serves Fortune 500 and other organizations around the world. RWD is
             privately held, with two dozen offices in the Americas, EMEA, and Asia Pacific.
             For more information, please visit www.rwd.com.
             Training Developers are responsible for the development of world-class
             deliverables that support the overall goals of our projects. Working in
             conjunction with other team members, developers play a critical role in the
             execution of successful projects. Their tasks may include, but are not limited to:
             • Development of procedural information (work instructions and
             simulations) for executing job tasks
             • Development of other materials to support training (job aids, process
             flows, etc.)
             • Development of task-specific exercises
             • Manually creating training data to support exercises with the assistance of
             a data lead or more experienced team member
             Qualifications: Effective Training Developers are able to:
             Hire@TU Job ID 25211
             www.towson.edu/careercenter
             • Use desktop applications within the Microsoft suite (Word, PowerPoint,
             and Excel) to develop basic project deliverables (work instructions, exercises, job
             aids)
             • Communicating in writing and orally with RWD personnel or customer
             subject matter experts regarding course content, technical issues, technical edits,
             and other development
             • Use RWD tools such as RWD uPerform and RWD InfoPak to develop basic
             project deliverables (work instructions, exercises, job aids). Training will be
             provided.
             • Accurately document steps needed to complete a job task
             • Review own work to identify development errors and validate
             conformance with project standards
             • Read and apply documentation standards to produce project deliverables
             • Adhere to project guidelines regarding file storage and file naming
             conventions


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             • Accurately track deliverables through review and revision process
             • Use RWD tools such as RWD uPerform and RWD InfoPak to develop basic
             project deliverables (work instructions, exercises, job aids). Training will be
             provided.
             • Accurately document steps needed to complete a job task
             • Review own work to identify development errors and validate
             conformance with project standards
             • Read and apply documentation standards to produce project deliverables
             • Adhere to project guidelines regarding file storage and file naming
             conventions
             • Accurately track deliverables through review and revision process
             Application Instructions*: Preferred Qualifications:
             Able to work a minimum of 16 hours per week
             Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel)
             RWD is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal
             opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for
             employment without regard to race, national origin, gender, age, religion,
             disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, or marital status.
             Please use the following link to apply
             https://university-rwd.icims.com/jobs/2181/job
             Company: RWD Technologies
             Contact: Kathy George
             Phone: 410-869-3045
             Email: recruiting@rwd.com



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             Thread:           Staff Instructional Designer        Posted Date:      February 14, 2011 12:51 PM
             Post:             Staff Instructional Designer        Status:           Published
             Author:           Audrey Gottheimer


             Description: RWD is a leading human performance and process improvement
             company that enables sustainable business transformation. RWD delivers value
             to clients and partners through deep expertise in the areas of Strategic
             Consulting, Managed Learning Services, Technology Implementation &
             Integration, Organizational Change Management, Learning Performance &
             Support and Lean Process Improvement. RWD's solutions are used in thousands
             of organizations and in industries such as manufacturing, energy, automotive,
             healthcare, services, higher education and the public sector.
             Based in Baltimore, Maryland, RWD is privately held company that serves
             Fortune 500 and other organizations around the world. For more information,
             please visit www.rwd.com.
             The role of the Staff Instructional Designer is to design and develop formal and
             informal learning approaches/solutions that include, but are not limited to: webbased
             training, web sites, podcasts, communities of practice, performance
             support, virtual networking, and other online systems/delivery platforms.
             Depending on the project, this might include analyzing client needs,
             recommending solutions, and then designing and developing interactive content.
             Specific duties and responsibilities are as follows:
             Responsibilities:
             • Analyze business needs and job roles
             • Conduct task analyses and determine performance criteria
             • Design and develop curriculums
             • Identify and plan appropriate instructional design strategies and objectives
             based on analysis of tasks, learners, and subject matter
             • Develop appropriate learning modalities to achieve targeted business
             outcomes; including the effective use of social media


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             • Determine content sequence and create content outlines, storyboards,
             and treatment approaches for written, visual, and audio content
             • Develop evaluation strategies and instruments
             Hire@TU Job ID 25210
             www.towson.edu/careercenter
             • Coordinate with instructional writers during preliminary project discussions
             to ensure appropriate content development
             • Advise and assist video and art production staff, project editors, vendors,
             authors, and subject matter experts, ensuring team conformance with
             instructional objectives and design
             • Design and develop related materials to support formal and informal
             learning approaches
             • Establish and maintain effective relationships with customers by gaining
             their trust and respect
             • Quick learner and able to adapt to changing work environments
             Qualifications: • Bachelor's degree
             • 4 years related experience in instructional design or educational
             technology
             • Solid understanding of the technical requirement for multimedia and
             interactivity and has demonstrated a proficiency in writing content for WBT
             projects
             • Experience interviewing SMEs to capture key knowledge
             • Experience reading, analyzing, and interpreting periodicals, professional
             journals, technical procedures or government regulations as well as writing
             reports, business correspondence, and procedural manuals
             • Experience effectively presenting information and responding to
             managers, clients, and customers
             • Experience working with mathematical concepts and applying those
             concepts to practical situations
             • Experience solving practical problems and dealing with a variety of
             concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists
             • Experience in working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment
             • Experience using the following applications:
             o Design software
             o MS Explorer Internet Software
             o MS Office
             • Ability to travel up to 75%
             • Ability to attend occasional meetings in our Baltimore, MD headquarters
             Application Instructions*: Please visit the Careers site at RWD.com
             https://jobs-rwd.icims.com/jobs/intro
             Company: RWD Technologies
             Contact: Kathy George
             Phone: 410-869-3045
             Email: recruiting@rwd.com

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             Thread:            Part-time Program Assistant at      Posted Date:       January 31, 2011 11:25 AM
                                Towson                              Status:            Published
             Post:              Part-time Program Assistant at
                                Towson
             Author:            Allison Funk


             The online MS in Human Resource Development/Educa onal Leadership Track and the Administrator I
             cer ficate programs are in need of a part‐ me program assistant.
             Desired competencies for such a posi on are




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                     background knowledge of best prac ces in distance/online learning
                     program design for online learning
                     experience and proficiency with Bb Version 9.1
                     ability and availability for working one on one with ILPD faculty as coach and technical assistant for
                             developing new courses
                             revising and upda ng exis ng courses
                             trouble shoo ng problems with courses while they are running


             The contract ($3,500) would be for Spring Semester 2011 and would begin immediately. There would be
             opportunity for renewal for Summer 2011, as well.

             If interested, please contact Bill Sadera (bsadera@towson.edu) for more informa on.

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             Thread:             Instructional Designer- Lancaster   Posted Date:      November 15, 2010 10:26 AM
                                 General College of Nursing and      Status:           Published
                                 Health Sciences
             Post:               Instructional Designer- Lancaster
                                 General College of Nursing and
                                 Health Sciences
             Author:             Allison Funk


             Instructional Designer
             Institution: Lancaster General College of Nursing and Health Sciences
             Location: Lancaster, PA
             A full-time position; open until filled
             In this role, you will provide support in the design and implementation of instructional materials to support
             classroom educators, web-based instruction, self-directed learning, web-hosted programming and
             development initiatives throughout the health system. Incumbent will interact with subject matter experts to
             identify and select learning objectives, curricular design, delivery methods and educational technologies. In
             addition, you will be responsible for ensuring the curriculum development team is current in instructional design
             technologies, theories, and practical applications impacting the organizational initiatives.

             Candidate must have Bachelor's degree in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, Adult Education or
             related discipline. Master's degree is preferred. A minimum of three (3) years professional experience in a
             healthcare or higher education setting is required.

             We offer a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package. Please apply on-line at
             www.lancastergeneraljobs.org. EOE
             Contact: Heidi Dollhofer, hdollhofer2@lghealth.org
                       Human Resources
                       Lancaster General College of Nursing and Health Sciences



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             Thread:             Associate Dean of Information       Posted Date:      November 15, 2010 10:21 AM
                                 Technology- Univ. of Maryland       Status:           Published
             Post:               Associate Dean of Information
                                 Technology- Univ. of Maryland
             Author:             Allison Funk




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             Associate Dean of Information Technology
             Location: University of Maryland, College Park
             Department: University of Maryland Libraries
             Application due: 12/10/10
             A full-time position
             The Associate Dean of Information Technology of the University of Maryland Libraries provides dynamic vision
             and leadership in the design, specification, sourcing, implementation and maintenance of library and
             campus-wide information systems. Furthermore this position provides advice on digital strategy and applied
             technology applications in support of the core teaching and research mission and strategic directions of the
             campus. The person in this position will be expected to assess present operations and opportunities and to
             develop robust strategies that will maximize available resources and identify new, creative, and productive
             partnerships and collaborations within the Libraries, the campus, and beyond that promote and support
             proactive user-centered services. The incumbent will be the chief advisor on issues of technology to the Dean
             of Libraries and the primary technology representative from the Libraries for IT partnerships and initiatives:
             local, regional, and national.

             Requirements:

                     A Master of Library Science/Library Information Science from an ALA-accredited institution, or a
                     master's degree in a related field.
                     Minimum of eight years of relevant and progressively responsible experience.
                     Supervisory skills that have led to efficient and effective operations with clear and tangible results.
                     Demonstrated ability to form partnerships within and outside of home unit or organization, including the
                     ability to work well with other information services within a large organization or institution.
                     Sophisticated understanding of the information technology environment and requisite ability to anticipate
                     changes and to shape appropriate responses. A clear focus on excellence and an ability to meet
                     standards for professional contributions in the areas of service and scholarship.
                     Preferred: Work experience in an academic or research library setting; prior experience in seeking
                     external funding sources (e.g., federal and private) via a well-established network.

             APPLICATIONS: Electronic applications required. Please apply online at https://jobs.umd.edu, click staff. The
             University of Maryland Libraries will not sponsor individuals for employment. You must be legally able to work
             in the United States. An application consists of a cover letter which includes the source of advertisement, a
             resume/curriculum vitae and names/e-mail addresses of three references.


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             Thread:            Interactive Instructional Designer-   Posted Date:      November 8, 2010 1:27 PM
                                Howard County Public Schools          Status:           Published
             Post:              Interactive Instructional Designer-
                                Howard County Public Schools
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Please see the attached PDF.

             Attachment:      InteractiveInstructional Designer_Nov2010.pdf (96.633 KB)


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             Thread:            School Library Media Specialist -     Posted Date:      November 2, 2010 7:47 PM
                                PG County                             Status:           Published
             Post:              School Library Media Specialist -
                                PG County
             Author:            William Sadera



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             Prince George's County Public Schools is seeking certified School Library Media Specialists. View the Media Specialist position description and apply
             online at www.americasclassroom.org. Contact: Zena Boardley, Recruiting & Staffing Specialist 301-952-6033 or zena.boardley@pgcps.org for more
             information.


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             Thread:                 Instructional Technology Adjunct at             Posted Date:             November 1, 2010 12:33 PM
                                     Towson University                               Status:                  Published
             Post:                   Instructional Technology Adjunct at
                                     Towson University
             Author:                 Allison Funk




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             The Department of Educational Technology and Literacy (EDTL) invites applications for a lecturer position for
             the academic year beginning in January of 2011 and ending June of 2011. The successful candidate will be
             expected to teach Instructional Technology courses at Master’s, Doctoral and Undergraduate levels and
             provide service to the Instructional Technology graduate program.
             The Educational Technology and Literacy Department is an interdisciplinary department that offers a range of
             opportunities for a new faculty member. Our graduate programs continue to grow which allows us to
             implement outreach with educators throughout the state.
             It is expected that the successful candidate will exhibit:

                     A commitment to higher education via teaching
                     Scholarship and professional development
                     Evidence of successful University and K-12 public school teaching experience (preferred)
                     A completed doctorate is highly recommended in Instructional Technology or related field.

             Towson University
             Founded in 1866, today Towson University is recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top
             public universities in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. Towson is nationally recognized for its programs
             in the liberal arts and sciences, business, education, communications, health sciences, and the fine and
             performing arts. The University places a strong emphasis on service learning and civic engagement through
             such activities as internships, practica, clinical placements, course assignments and student events. As the
             Baltimore area’s largest university and Maryland’s Metropolitan University, Towson articulates its research and
             scholarship mission through partnerships that link the University to the economic, educational and cultural life of
             the state of Maryland and the mid-Atlantic region. Towson enrolls approximately 21,000 undergraduate and
             graduate students in 63 undergraduate majors, 39 master’s programs and four doctoral programs. Located on
             a rolling 328 acres, the striking campus is eight miles north of downtown Baltimore and 45 miles from
             Washington, D.C. The campus and its surrounding cities provide an excellent environment for teaching
             and supporting the academic pursuits of the 780 full-time faculty who work here.
             To apply, submit a cover letter, vitae, graduate transcripts, and 3 reference letters to:
                                                              Dr. David Wizer
                                                  Instructional Technology Search Chair
                                            Department of Educational Technology and Literacy
                                                           College of Education
                                                             Towson University
                                                              8000 York Road
                                                        Towson, MD 21252-0001

             Review of the applications will begin in October 2010, and will continue until the position is filled.
             Upon submitting your Curriculum Vitae to indicate your interest in this position, please be sure to
             visit http://www.towson.edu/odeo/applicantdata.asp to complete a voluntary on-line applicant data form. The
             information you provide will inform the university's affirmative action plan and is for statistical purposes only and
             shall not be used to illegally discriminate for or against anyone.
             Towson University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and has a strong institutional commitment
             to diversity. Women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.


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             Thread:            Instructional Designer at La Salle   Posted Date:       November 1, 2010 11:57 AM
                                Univ.                                Status:            Published
             Post:              Instructional Designer at La Salle
                                Univ.
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Instructional Designer
             Location: La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA



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             Application: Open until filled
             A Full-time position
             Salary: $50,000 - 55,000 per year
             La Salle University seeks an Instructional Designer to support the design and delivery of courses and
             materials, incorporating sound instructional principals. The instructional designer will also design, develop and
             facilitate training on instructional systems and topics.

             Responsibilities include:
             *Developing instructional design projects for fully online and blended courses.
             *Supporting faculty in the development of electronic course materials, including the incorporation of multimedia
             content (images, video, audio, publisher content and electronic library materials).
             *Assisting in the development and presentation of training programs, designed to increase competence and
             confidence with online educational technology.
             *Providing first and second-tier support to faculty and students in the use of instructional systems such as
             Blackboard.
             *Researching advances in instructional technology and recommending various products for use in course
             development and delivery.

             Qualifications include:
             *Working knowledge of learning management systems such as Blackboard.
             *Experience with some of the tools used for instructional development, such as Articulate, Captivate, and
             Photoshop.
             *Experience in the development of electronic course materials for online courses.
             *Excellent communication and organization skills.
             *Master's Degree in a related field or equivalent work experience highly desired.

             This full-time position offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including tuition remission.
             La Salle University is a Roman Catholic university in the tradition of the De La Salle Christian Brothers and
             welcomes applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission. For a
             complete mission statement, visit http://www.lasalle.edu/mission.

             To apply, please submit a portfolio of work, resume or C.V., and cover letter to:
             John Caputo
             Senior Instructional Designer
             La Salle University
             1900 West Olney Avenue
             Philadelphia, PA 19141
             Application materials may also be e-mailed to actjobs@lasalle.edu.

             Applications will be reviewed as they are received until the position is filled.


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             Thread:             Learning Technologies Adjunct at     Posted Date:        November 1, 2010 11:52 AM
                                 Drexel Univ.                         Status:             Published
             Post:               Learning Technologies Adjunct at
                                 Drexel Univ.
             Author:             Allison Funk


             Learning Technologies Adjunct
             Location: Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
             Part-time/Adjunct
             Positions available in: Instructional Technology & Design, Educational Psychology, and Computer Engineering
             Learning Technologies Adjuncts: Learning in Game-based Environments




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             The School of Education of the Goodwin College of Professional Studies at Drexel University seeks
             outstanding adjunct faculty for teaching opportunities in a blended course format. Opportunities are available
             for both on-camps and online courses in Master of Science in Learning Technologies Program in the Learning
             in Game-based Environments. Onsite teaching will take place at Drexel University's main campus, Philadelphia,
             PA 19104. Positions are available immediately for the winter term.

             Candidate must have a master's degree in educational technology or related field; doctoral degree preferred.
             The candidate should also have experience in the learning sciences, educational technology, educational
             psychology or digital media and learning.

             Additional desired characteristics and experience include:
             · Experience teaching in online and/or virtual worlds
             · Experience teaching graduate level students
             · Knowledge about research in game-based learning
             · Research experience with digital media, pedagogy, and learning
             · Experience in designing games and knowledge of the process of game design
             · Game- development skills: flash programming

             Interested applicants should email a cover letter and CV to: adjuncts@drexel.edu

             Drexel University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. The Goodwin College of Professional
             Studies is especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the
             academic community.
             Contact:       Drexel University
             Email Address: adjuncts@drexel.edu
             For more information: http://www.drexel.edu/


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             Thread:            Instructional Designer at           Posted Date:       October 11, 2010 11:03 AM
                                Montgomery College                  Status:            Published
             Post:              Instructional Designer at
                                Montgomery College
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Instructional Designer: 2 positions available
             Location: Montgomery College- Germantown or Takoma Park, MD
             Department: Office of Distance Education and Learning Technologies (DELT)
             A full-time position
             Salary: $55,952.00- $75,545.60
             Application due: November 1, 2010
             Montgomery College, Office of Distance Education and Learning Technologies (DELT), has need for two (2)
             full-time Instructional Designers, #3931 (Germantown Campus) and #13071 (Takoma Park/Silver Spring
             Campus). Work schedule is Monday Friday, 8:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m.

             Non-bargaining. Participation in a retirement plan is a condition of employment. Starting salary
             $55,952.00-75,545.60 per year. Online applications must be received by 12 Noon Monday November 1,
             2010. To be considered for this position, you must apply online and complete an assessment. Failure
             to complete this assessment will automatically result in your elimination from consideration for this
             position.
             One pool of applications will be used to fill both positions.

             Job Summary: The two positions work as part of the Office of Distance Education and Learning Technologies
             team and serve as main point of contact between DELT office and faculty at an individual campus. The
             Instruction Designers work as part of the larger DELT team to implement collegewide initiatives on schedule,


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             such as transitioning to new Course Management System (CMS) or implementing a Quality Matters (QM)
             plan. In addition, the positions develop, promote, and offer technology training to full-and part-time faculty and
             staff in both individual and group settings. Positions work closely with instructional faculty to design effective
             online academic course offerings according to QM principles and to integrate leading edge audio, visual, and
             adaptive technologies in online, blended, and face to face courses. Positions must be able to effectively
             interact in a variety of formats, including face to face, synchronous, and asynchronous environments in order to
             deliver group workshops and individual instruction to a diverse group of faculty and staff.

             Education & Training: Positions require a Masters degree in Instructional Design or a related field; or an
             equivalent combination of education, training, and professional work experience. As a condition of employment,
             an official transcript of degree is required at the time of employment.

             Qualifications: Positions require the following:

                    knowledge of effective online course design,
                    knowledge of and experience using course management systems, such as WebCt and Blackboard,
                    ability to convert audio and video files to digital format,
                    proficiency with Microsoft Office products,
                    ability to work collaboratively with faculty, staff, and teams to successfully meet project deadlines, and
                    excellent oral and written communication skills.

             Preferred skills/certifications include:

                    using a variety of course management systems,
                    background in instructional technology,
                    understanding of effective design of academic courses,
                    higher education experience, preferably in a community college setting,
                    understanding of the community college mission and the Instructional Designers role in accomplishing
                    this mission, and
                    Quality Matters peer or master reviewer certification.

             Experience: Position requires:

                    experience developing instructional materials using presentation software such as PowerPoint and
                    Camtasia,
                    experience delivering workshops through Elluminate, the college's web-based videoconferencing system
                    or similar system,
                    experience in designing, promoting, and delivering technology workshops.

             Preferred experience includes:

                    experience designing and delivering workshops both individually and as part of a team and
                    experience promoting workshops to a variety of audiences.

             Note: This recruitment effort can take 6-12 weeks (from the deadline date) to fill.
             Tobacco-free workplace.
             For disability related accommodations please call 240-567-5353 or send an email to:
             ohr@montgomerycollege.eduat least two weeks in advance
             Montgomery College is an academic institution that is committed to equal opportunity and fostering diversity
             among its student body, faculty, and staff.

             Online app. form: https://montgomerycollege.recruitmax.com/ENG/Candidates/default.cfm?szCateg
             ory=jobprofile&szOrderID=2268

             Contact:         Montgomery College
             Phone:           240-567-5353
             Online App.      https://montgomerycollege.recruitmax.com/ENG/Candidates/default.cfm?szCateg
             Form:            ory=jobprofile&szOrderID=2268




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             Thread:            Instructional Technology Specialist   Posted Date:      October 11, 2010 10:56 AM
                                at UMBC                               Status:           Published
             Post:              Instructional Technology Specialist
                                at UMBC
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Instructional Technology Specialist
             Location: University of Maryland- Baltimore County
             Department: Division of Information Technology (DoIT)
             Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience
             A Full-time position
             Application due: October 29, 2010
             RESPONSIBILITIES: The incumbent helps support mobile and classroom technology solutions in DoIT's AV
             Services group. Specifically, the position provides customer service to faculty requesting delivery of mobile AV
             carts, while also helping to install, maintain and assess utilization of a growing number of fixed presentation
             systems in UMBC classrooms. The specialist will support AV's remote IP monitoring system to anticipate and
             troubleshoot issues and analyze course utilization of classroom technologies. Finally, the specialist will support
             UMBC's use of the University System of Maryland (USM) Interactive Video Network (IVN) and help explore,
             refine, implement and support a course lecture capture system. In addition, the incumbent will perform other
             duties as assigned.

             MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
             Education/Experience: Requires a Bachelor's degree, and two (2) years (full-time) related experience. Must
             have demonstrated expertise with multimedia systems, preferably in higher education. Experience with Extron
             system configuration software required. The ability to troubleshoot and analyze equipment malfunctions is
             required. Strong verbal/written communication, organizational, and customer service skills are desired.

             Note: Additional related experience and formal education in which one has gained the knowledge, skills, and
             abilities required may be substituted for the education or experience requirement on a year-for-year basis with
             30 college credits being equivalent to one year of experience.

             SALARY: Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

             APPLICATION: For best consideration, submit a cover letter, current resume and names of three references
             by October 29, 2010 (resumes will be accepted until the position is filled) to:

             Instructional Technology Specialist
             Division of Information Technology
             UMBC
             1000 Hilltop Circle
             Baltimore, MD 21250
             Email: doitsearch@umbc.edu
             For more information on UMBC: http://www.umbc.edu/


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             Thread:            Asst. Professor at Appalachian        Posted Date:      October 5, 2010 2:09 PM
                                State University                      Edited Date:      October 5, 2010 2:16 PM
             Post:              Asst. Professor at Appalachian        Status:           Published
                                State University
             Author:            Allison Funk




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             Media Studies and Learning Technology - Assistant Professor - Curriculum and Instruction
             Location: North Carolina
             Tenure Track Position
             Posted: October 1, 2010
             Review of Applications begins: November 7, 2010
             Salary: Commensurate with experience
             The Department of Curriculum & Instruction seeks a creative teacher/scholar to fill a tenure track nine-month
             assistant professor position in Media Studies & Instructional Technologies beginning in August 2011. We are
             interested in candidates who can teach undergraduate Media Studies minor courses and graduate courses
             (on/off campus and online) in our Media Literacy graduate program as well as a core course in the college's
             undergraduate teacher education program. All faculty members teach the equivalent of 9 hours per semester
             (3 courses) and actively engage in scholarly/creative work in their field. Faculty members also have advising
             and service responsibilities.

             Required Qualifications

             1. Earned doctorate in Media Studies, Instructional Technology or closely related field;
             2. Demonstrated competency in teaching media literacy, new media and/or digital technologies;
             3. Excellent communication skills;
             4. Demonstrated commitment to enhancing a social constructivist approach to education through the use of
             new media and digital technologies.

             Preferred Qualifications

             1. Experience teaching courses in media literacy, including emerging literacies and media production;
             2. Established research/creative activity agenda;

             * Strong record of using a variety of digital technologies in a university or K-12 school environment; Proficiency
             with creating materials in a variety of media formats, including audio, video, photography and multimedia for
             use in learning environments.
             * Experience teaching courses in media literacy, including emerging literacy's and media production.

             Qualified applicants are invited to submit a letter of application, a curriculum vita, and the names and contact
             information of three references to Mr. Joe Murphy, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Reich College of
             Education, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC, 28608. Electronic submissions are encouraged. Send to
             murphyjr@appstate.edu and indicate "media studies position" in the subject line. Review of applications begins
             November 7, 2010, and will continue until the position is filled.

             Additional information about the university and surrounding area is located
             at http://www.appstate.edu and http://www.hubbard.appstate.edu/prospective-faculty. Human resource
             information is located at http://www.hrs.appstate.edu/.

             Appalachian State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. The University has a strong
             commitment to the principles of diversity and inclusion, and to maintaining working and learning environments
             that are free of all forms of discrimination. Individuals with disabilities may request accommodations in the
             application process by contacting Mr. Joe Murphy.

             A criminal background check will be conducted on all finalists who are invited to campus for an interview.
             Documentation of identity and employability of the applicant will be required before the hiring process can be
             finalized.


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             Thread:            Asst/Assoc. Professor at University   Posted Date:      October 5, 2010 2:15 PM
                                of Maryland                           Status:           Published



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             Post:             Asst/Assoc. Professor at University
                               of Maryland
             Author:           Allison Funk


             Library and Information Sciences: Assistant/Associate Professor
             Location: University of Maryland at College Park
             A Full-time Tenure Track Position
             Application Deadline: November 15, 2010
             Salary: Commensurate with experience
             Library/Information Sciences: The iSchool at the University of Maryland College Park invites highly qualified
             individuals to apply for multiple faculty positions. Ideal candidates hold a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in a
             relevant area and have a demonstrated record of or potential for research accomplishments as appropriate to
             rank, and a demonstrated record of or potential for attracting outside funding. Candidates will: 1) lead and
             conduct cutting edge, high impact research; 2) exhibit evidence of relevant, effective professional service; 3)
             demonstrate potential for exemplary, innovative teaching; and 4) work comfortably in an interdisciplinary
             environment. Areas of particular interest include: Academic, Public, School, or Special Libraries; Archives,
             Records Management, Digital Curation, and Preservation; Information Organization; Knowledge Management;
             and Digital Libraries. The iSchool enrolls over 500 students across its graduate programs.
             For best consideration, submit applications by November 15, 2010. Send materials, including curriculum vitae,
             letter of interest that describes your area(s) of expertise and the contributions you would make to the iSchool,
             and separate statements that outline your research and teaching interests, by e-mail to
             ischool_assistant@umd.edu for the assistant professor positions or to ischool_senior@umd.edu for senior
             level positions.
             More information on the iSchool is available at: http://ischool.umd.edu. The University of Maryland is an
             Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.



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             Thread:           Assistant Professor at Valdosta       Posted Date:      September 20, 2010 12:53 PM
                               State University                      Status:           Published
             Post:             Assistant Professor at Valdosta
                               State University
             Author:           Allison Funk


             Assistant Professor of Curriculum, Leadership, and Technology
             Location:
                                   Application Deadline: November 1, 2010
             Valdosta,
             Georgia            Salary: Commensurate with experience
             Position           Education: The Dewar College of Education invites applications for a ten-month,
             Description:       tenure-track faculty positions in the Department of Curriculum, Leadership and Technology.
             Full-time Tenure Appointment begins August 1, 2011. Rank is Assistant Professor. Earned doctorate in
             Track,             Instructional Technology, Library and Information Sciences, Curriculum and Instruction, or
             beginning          related field required. Demonstrated contemporary professional experience in school
             August 2011          settings and ability to teach in one or more programs in the department, including
                                  instructional technology and research methods, are required. Experience in instructional
             technology, library/media, applied research, online course development, college teaching and service on
             doctoral dissertation committees are preferred. Eligibility for appropriate P-12 licensing/certification is
             preferred.
             For a detailed job announcement (job duties and application instructions) e-mail: Ms. Sheree Hudson,
             schudson@valdosta.edu. Review of applications begins November 1, 2010, and continues until position is filled.
             Valdosta State University is an Equal Opportunity educational institution and has a strong institutional
             commitment to diversity. In that spirit, we are particularly interested in receiving applications from a broad



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             spectrum or people, including, but no limited to, minorities, and individuals with disabilities. VSU has a
             non-discrimination policy that includes sex, race, color, sexual orientation, religion, age, marital status, national
             origin, disability, and veteran status.
             For more information: http://www.valdosta.edu. or http://chronicle.com/jobs/0000646394-01/?sid=ja&
             utm_source=ja&utm_medium=en


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             Thread:            Instructional Design Librarian at     Posted Date:       September 20, 2010 12:40 PM
                                Kansas State University               Status:            Published
             Post:              Instructional Design Librarian at
                                Kansas State University
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Instructional Design Librarian
             Location: Kansas State University
             Department: Undergraduate and Community Services
             Salary: TBD
             Position open until filled
              Overview
              K-State Libraries (www.lib.k-state.edu) are looking for an instructional design librarian who will join us in
              pushing the edge of integrated, online learning. This position will have primary responsibility for continued
              development of our existing learning resources and envisioning new environments and widgets for all levels
              of library instruction. The Instructional Design Librarian will be joining a highly collaborative team,
              committed to inspiring and advocating for student learning.
              The person in this tenure-track position will report to the Head of the Undergraduate and Community
              Services Department.
              Responsibilities:

                       Create and maintain learning environments, using a variety of media and formats
                       Create and maintain learning tools
                       Create and maintain tools that remove unnecessary frustration from the research process
                       Maintain and create library instruction web pages
                       Teach in-person library classes
                       Provide reference assistance in person and through IM
                       Contribute to other undergraduate reference and learning projects
                       Collaborate with Web Services Librarian to develop styles and standards for online learning
                       resources
                       Collaborate with Libraries’ Office of Library Planning and Assessment to coordinate ongoing usability
                       testing and overall assessment of learning resources
                       Collaborate with librarians in the departments of Undergraduate and Community Services, Faculty
                       and Graduate Services, University Archives and Special Collections, and Scholarly Communications
                       and Publishing to provide advice or assist with the development of online learning resources

              Requirements

                       MLS from an ALA accredited institution
                       Demonstrated understanding of learning theories
                       Demonstrated ability to seek out and learn/master new technology
                       Experience creating and/or maintaining web sites including familiarity with HTML, CSS and/or
                       Javascript
                       Strong commitment to user service and support
                       Knowledge of information literacy competencies and standards
                       Evidence of problem-solving skills
                       Excellent oral and written communication skills



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                       Excellent interpersonal skills
                       Ability and willingness to work with diverse groups both on the staff and within the patron community
                       Ability and willingness to work with colleagues in collaborative and team environments as well as
                       independently
                       Ability to pursue activities and meet responsibilities necessary for achieving tenure at K-State
                       Libraries

              Preferred:

                       Familiarity with PHP and MySQL
                       Teaching experience
                       Experience creating online learning resources

              To apply send (1) a letter of application addressing position responsibilities and qualifications, (2) a
              curriculum vita, and (3) names and contact information for three references to libhr@k-state.edu, attention
              Michelle Bowen. Please include IDLIB in the subject line. Screening of applications begins September 24,
              2010 and continues until the position is filled. Kansas State University is an equal opportunity employer and
              actively seeks diversity among its employees. Background check required.

             For more information: http://www.lib.k-state.edu/jobs/instdesgLibrarian10.html or http://www.lib.k-
             state.edu/

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             Thread:             Instructional Designer at the      Posted Date:       September 16, 2010 12:37 PM
                                 Community College of Baltimore     Edited Date:       September 16, 2010 12:38 PM
                                 County                             Status:            Published
             Post:               Instructional Designer at the
                                 Community College of Baltimore
                                 County
             Author:             Allison Funk




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             Instructional Designer
             Location: Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC); Site TBD
             Job Title: Instructional Designer (Full-time)
             Division: Information Technology Services
             Salary: $48,052 - $54,083
             Position open until filled
             Job Description/Responsibilities:
             Under the direction of the Coordinator of Instructional Design and Training, the Instructional Designer works
             with all levels of faculty, program coordinators, department chairs and division deans to design, develop,
             maintain, assess and revise courseware utilizing state-of-the-art technology and effective pedagogy. Through
             collaboration with other team members, the incumbent designs engaging and effective instructional materials
             for use in on-line courses, blended courses, tele-video courses and supplemental materials for traditional
             courses. Provides instruction on technology and pedagogy to faculty and staff as needed. Also teaches
             instructional design courses to faculty.
             Requirements:
             Master's degree in instructional design and/or education-related field plus instructional design experience. Five
             years college-level teaching experience demonstrating use of educational technology. Facility with a wide
             range of educational technology applications. Experience with state of the art Learning Management Systems.
             Strong inter-personal skills. Strong written and oral communication skills. Valid driver's license and accessibility
             to a car for travel between campuses.
             To apply : https://www.ccbcmdjobs.com/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset
             /Frameset.jsp?time=1284646109040
             For more information on CCBC: http://www.ccbcmd.edu/


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             Thread:            Postdoctoral fellowship in           Posted Date:       September 13, 2010 10:58 AM
                                education research                   Status:            Published
             Post:              Postdoctoral fellowship in
                                education research
             Author:            Sarah Lohnes Watulak


             From the call:

             "The National Academy of Education (NAEd)/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship Program supports early career
             scholars working in critical areas of education research. This nonresidential postdoctoral fellowship funds
             proposals that make significant scholarly contributions to the field of education. The program also develops the
             careers of its recipients through professional development activities involving National Academy of Education
             members.
             Fellows will receive $55,000 for one academic year of research, or $27,500 for each of two contiguous years,
             working half-time. NAEd anticipates making up to twenty postdoctoral fellowships in 2011. Fellows must plan
             to conduct their research during the 2011-2012 academic year."
             http://www.naeducation.org/NAEd_Spencer_Postdoctoral_Fellowship.html


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             Thread:            Instructional Designer at CCBC       Posted Date:       September 8, 2010 11:08 AM
             Post:              Instructional Designer at CCBC       Status:            Published
             Author:            Anonymous


             The Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) is accepting applications for an Instructional Designer.



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             Please see the attached for more details.

             Attachment:      CCBC Instructional Design.doc (34 KB)


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             Thread:            Assistant Professor of Educational   Posted Date:      September 7, 2010 1:26 PM
                                Technology at Florida Gulf Coast     Edited Date:      September 7, 2010 1:31 PM
                                University                           Status:           Published
             Post:              Assistant Professor of Educational
                                Technology at Florida Gulf Coast
                                University
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Educational Technology, Assistant Professor
             Institution: Florida Gulf Coast University
             Location: Fort Myers, Florida
             Category: Faculty - Education - Instructional Technology & Design
             Application due: 10/29/10 (posted 9/3/10)
             Position/Salary: Full-time, $53,000 per year (negotiable based on education and experience)
             Requisition Number: 1245

             Summary: Your initial assignment will include teaching, at both graduate and undergraduate levels; course
             and/or curriculum development; research/scholarship; involvement on College and University committees and/or
             initiatives; as well as duties as assigned. Florida Gulf Coast University is a comprehensive university dedicated
             to quality education, research, and service. All faculty are expected to be excellent teachers, responsive to
             changing professional needs; committed to innovative delivery of instruction resulting in improved student
             learning; committed to effective use of technology including distance learning; produce peer reviewed
             scholarship; and provide.

             Job Responsibilities:

                     Teaches 3 courses per academic semester at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Maintains a
                     scholarly research agenda and engages in service to the profession, college, university, and community.

             Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Effective communication and writing skills. Experience or commitment to the
             use of technology in distance learning & university teaching. Interest in collaborating both within and outside the
             University in the development and delivery of instruction resulting in improved student learning. Must value
             continued scholarship and service to the school and university.

             Minimum Qualifications: Earned doctorate from an accredited institution or equivalent accreditation in
             Educational Technology, Educational Computing, Instructional Systems or closely related field and three years
             of teaching in a PK-12 grade setting. ABD will be considered if degree is conferred by August 7, 2011. If
             degree is not conferred, appointment will be made at Lecturer level on a fixed term contract.

             Preferred Qualifications: Post-secondary teaching experience. Direct experience with accreditation.
             Evidence of an active scholarly agenda and engagement in service to the profession, college, university and
             community.

             Special Instructions: Appointment will be made on a 9-month multi-year appointment basis available August
             2011
             Additional materials submitted such as video, tapes, slides, books, etc., are subject to public review under
             Florida's Public Records law, shall become the property of FGCU, and can not be returned.
             Online Application: https://jobs.fgcu.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=52771&jtsrc=www.highered
             jobs.com&jtrfr=www.peopleadmin.com&adorig=PA




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             Thread:            Instructional Technology Specialist   Posted Date:      September 7, 2010 1:31 PM
                                at Rutgers University                 Status:           Published
             Post:              Instructional Technology Specialist
                                at Rutgers University
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Instructional Technology Specialist
             Institution: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
             Location: Newark, NJ
             Category: Admin - Instructional Technology and Design
             Posted: 8/31/10
             Type/Salary: Full-time; $65,315 to $97,972 USD Per Year
             Reports to the Director of Information Technology. This position serves the Rutgers Business School and
             provides leadership for and collaborates with faculty, program directors, and university administrators to
             improve curriculum and instruction through the use of technology-enhanced learning in both existing and new
             programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. With specialized knowledge of the principles, theories,
             and concepts of pedagogy and the use and delivery of instructional technology and distance learning
             applications, serves as the primary point of contact for all technology-enhanced curricula. Facilitates meetings
             with faculty and others on a variety of complex projects and provides support, advisement, and input. Activities
             include: creating training and development opportunities for full- and part-time faculty; helping faculty identify
             and evaluate instructional software, and consulting in the design and development of curriculum materials.
             Participates in setting policies regarding acquisition, installation, licensing, and maintenance of hardware and
             software, and brings faculty with common interests together to brainstorm innovative solutions to instructional
             problems. Works with faculty and administrators in the process of short and long term strategic planning for
             the integration of instructional technology. Researches and reviews data to remain current on strategies and
             trends in learning technology. Serves on and/or supports various campus committees. May supervise lower
             level technical staff; and performs related duties as required.

             Requires a master's degree in information science, communication, media, instructional design,
             curriculum/instructional development, instructional technology, or a related field, and at least two years of
             related experience in instructional design within higher education. Requires extensive knowledge of
             contemporary and emerging learning theories, instructional theories, practices, and their applications,
             assessment techniques, and web development standards and emerging technologies. Strong conceptual,
             planning and project management skills. Must have the ability to develop and present instructional materials;
             assess technology and software programs and identify advantages and limitations of using various
             technologies for instructional purposes. Effectively demonstrates instructional applications of technologies;
             facilitate workshops; effectively communicate technical information to a non-technical audience; and establish
             cooperative working relationships. Requires strong leadership, interpersonal, communication and organizational
             skills and the ability to work with faculty and staff with diverse backgrounds and perspectives on the use of
             technology in a variety of learning environments.
             Online App. Form http://uhr.rutgers.edu/jobs/JobDetail.aspx?pst_num=10-000855


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             Thread:            Instructional Designer at Maryland    Posted Date:      August 24, 2010 2:12 PM
                                University College                    Edited Date:      August 24, 2010 2:19 PM
             Post:              Instructional Designer at Maryland    Status:           Published
                                University College
             Author:            Allison Funk


             INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNER



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             Institution:    Maryland University College
             Location:       Adelphi, MD
             Category:       Admin- Curriculum Design
                              Admin- Instructional Technology and Design
             Posted:          8/17/2010
             Application: Open until filled
             Type:           Full-time
             The Instructional Designer's primary responsibility is to manage the design and development of online
             instructional materials for the School of Undergraduate Studies, the Graduate School of Management &
             Technology, other UMUC divisions, and extra-university agencies, as needed. The Instructional Designer will
             work with assistant deans, curriculum specialists, content experts, and internal and external course production
             staff to create new courses/training materials and revise existing courses for a Web-based distance delivery
             format. A significant portion of the Instructional Designer's duties will be devoted to implementing SEGUE, a
             large-scale curriculum redesign initiative in the School of Undergraduate Studies.

             Specific responsibilities include:
             * Managing the workflow of the course development process by coordinating the input from content experts,
             editors, graphic artists, programmers, production staff, and other team members
             * Facilitating program and course redesign sessions for SEGUE
             * Developing and monitoring project schedules and contracts
             * Applying instructional design techniques to materials, implementing new tools and strategies and appropriate
             technologies
             * Performing other job-related duties as assigned

             Bachelor's degree and three (3) years of experience in designing, producing, and/or assuring quality of
             mediated instructional/training materials is required. Master's degree in instructional technology or related field
             is preferred. Strong project management experience, including knowledge of the instructional systems design
             process. Experience in working with stated deadlines, excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a
             team environment. Strong technical skills, excellent writing skills, and experience in designing in a multimedia
             environment and knowledge of the World Wide Web.

             Salary: Commensurate with Experience

             Position Available: Immediately and will remain open until filled

             Please visit http://www.umuc.edu/employ.shtml for complete instructions for applying for this position. All
             submissions should include a cover letter and résumé. UMUC offers an excellent benefits package to include
             tuition remission, a minimum of 25 days of leave, as well as a range of insurance options. For detailed
             information, please visit http://www.umuc.edu/personnel/exempt.shtml.

             Online application form: http://www.umuc.edu/employ.shtml

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             Thread:            Instructional Designer at the        Posted Date:       August 24, 2010 11:09 AM
                                University of the Sciences in        Status:            Published
                                Philadelphia
             Post:              Instructional Designer at the
                                University of the Sciences in
                                Philadelphia
             Author:            Allison Funk


             Institution:       University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
             Location:          Philadelphia, PA
             Position Title: Instructional Designer
                                        Admin - Instructional Technology and Design
             Department: Academic Technology
             Category:
                                        Admin of Academic Technology
             Reports to: Executive Director - Curriculum Design



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             Position summary:
             The Instructional Designer will provide instructional as well as program design expertise for the development
             and support of hybrid courses, online courses, and specialized educational programs. This position is
             responsible for managing the instructional development process, setting standards for assisting faculty in the
             design of online curriculum and instruction, development of learning resources, and retooling of courses and
             course segments for online delivery methods.

             Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
             * Develop and institute instructional and pedagogical policies for the creation and delivery of online courses.
             * Collaborate with faculty on instructional design issues and manage online course development.
             * Train and support faculty in the use of the learning management system (Blackboard/Angel) with special
             attention to building quality online learning programs, and online learning best practices via face-to-face
             workshops, webinars, and self-study screencast modules.
             * Develop curriculum guides for courses and/or program components.
             * Provide design and production assistance and supervise student workers to help faculty in the development
             of online content.

             Education and Experience:
             * Bachelor's degree required (Master's degree preferred) in Instructional Technology, Educational Technology,
             Technical Communication, or related field.
             * 3-5 years of experience in online course and curriculum design in higher education.
             * Experience incorporating technology in a classroom setting and working with university faculty.
             * Experience with graphic and multimedia authoring software is a plus.

             Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:
             * Advanced knowledge of principle and practices of instructional design and e-learning; familiarity with
             multimedia and web design technology.
             * Excellent written and verbal communication skills; interpersonal skills; customer service orientation and ability
             to work in a team environment.
             * This position requires a highly motivated, take charge individual with a proven track record as a self-starter
             with excellent organizational skills.

             Application Instructions:
             Individuals interested in applying should submit a cover letter and resume along with salary requirements via
             email to: employment@usp.edu

             Electronic (email) submissions only

             USciences is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer
             For more information: http://www.usp.edu/

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             Thread:            St. Mary's - Acting Learning         Posted Date:       August 4, 2010 9:40 AM
                                Technology Support Coordinator       Status:            Published
             Post:              St. Mary's - Acting Learning
                                Technology Support Coordinator
             Author:            Jessica Stein


             Institution: St. Mary's College of Maryland
             Location: St. Mary's City, MD

                               Admin - Computing - Support and Training
             Category:         Admin - Instructional Technology and Design
                               Admin - Curriculum Design




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             Posted:      07/27/2010
             Type:        Full Time
             Institution: St. Mary's College of Maryland
             Location: St. Mary's City, MD

                              Admin - Computing - Support and Training
             Category:        Admin - Instructional Technology and Design
                              Admin - Curriculum Design

             Posted:      07/27/2010
             Type:        Full Time
             Institution: St. Mary's College of Maryland
             Location: St. Mary's City, MD

                              Admin - Computing - Support and Training
             Category:        Admin - Instructional Technology and Design
                              Admin - Curriculum Design

             Posted:      07/27/2010
             Type:        Full Time
             Institution: St. Mary's College of Maryland
             Location: St. Mary's City, MD

                              Admin - Computing - Support and Training
             Category:        Admin - Instructional Technology and Design
                              Admin - Curriculum Design

             Posted:      07/27/2010
             Type:        Full Time
             Institution: St. Mary's College of Maryland
             Location: St. Mary's City, MD

                              Admin - Computing - Support and Training
             Category:        Admin - Instructional Technology and Design
                              Admin - Curriculum Design

             Posted:      07/27/2010
             Type:        Full Time
             Institution: St. Mary's College of Maryland
             Location: St. Mary's City, MD

                              Admin - Computing - Support and Training
             Category:        Admin - Instructional Technology and Design
                              Admin - Curriculum Design

             Posted:      07/27/2010
             Type:        Full Time
             Institution: St. Mary's College of Maryland
             Location: St. Mary's City, MD

                              Admin - Computing - Support and Training
             Category:        Admin - Instructional Technology and Design
                              Admin - Curriculum Design

             Posted:     07/27/2010



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             Type:        Full Time
             Institution: St. Mary's College of Maryland
             Location: St. Mary's City, MD

                              Admin - Computing - Support and Training
             Category:        Admin - Instructional Technology and Design
                              Admin - Curriculum Design

             Posted:      07/27/2010
             Type:        Full Time
             Institution: St. Mary's College of Maryland
             Location: St. Mary's City, MD

                              Admin - Computing - Support and Training
             Category:        Admin - Instructional Technology and Design
                              Admin - Curriculum Design

             Posted:     07/27/2010
             Type:       Full Time
             Institution: St. Mary's College of Maryland
             Location: St. Mary's City, MD

                              Admin - Computing - Support and Training
             Category:        Admin - Instructional Technology and Design
                              Admin - Curriculum Design

             Posted:     07/27/2010
             Type:       Full Time
             Institution: St. Mary's College of Maryland
             Location: St. Mary's City, MD

                              Admin - Computing - Support and Training
             Category:        Admin - Instructional Technology and Design
                              Admin - Curriculum Design

             Posted: 07/27/2010
             Type:     Full Time
             St. Mary's College of Maryland
             St. Mary's, MD
             Admin - Computing - Support and Training
             Admin - Instructional Technology and Design
             Admin - Curriculum Design
             Full-time
             Institution: St. Mary's College of Maryland
             Location: St. Mary's City, MD

                              Admin - Computing - Support and Training
             Category:        Admin - Instructional Technology and Design
                              Admin - Curriculum Design

             Posted:     07/27/2010
             Type:       Full Time
             St. Mary's College of Maryland at Historic St. Mary's City is accepting resumes for a one-year appointment for
             the position of Acting Learning Technology Support Coordinator. This position reports to the Associate Provost



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             for Academic Affairs and is responsible for the support of day-to-day instructional tasks for the faculty;
             consulting with faculty and staff to adopt new technologies and media in the classroom; collaborating with
             faculty on course development, and evaluation and assessment; developing group training programs for the
             College community; and collaborating with IT, media and web staff to coordinate projects and services for
             faculty and students.

             Requirements include: Master's degree in Instructional Technology, Computer Technology, Computer Science
             or related field required, PhD preferred; minimum of 3-5 years Higher Education experience in supervising and
             leading IT professionals and students in the support and development of effective use of technology in teaching
             and learning; must have an excellent working knowledge and experience in managing and motivating
             employees, project management, course management systems (e.g., Blackboard), media development, and
             graphic design. Development of online learning tools and user support is a must. Strong knowledge of software
             packages such as Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash, Illustrator, InDesign, Quicktime, Microsoft Office, etc. Skill
             and experience with Microsoft Windows 2003 Server/XP Systems Administration, Apple Xserve/Tiger Systems
             Administration and network fundamentals, including familiarity with Ethernet and TCP/IP. Must have strong
             verbal, written, analytical, and interpersonal skills. Any combination of acceptable education and experience,
             which has provided the necessary knowledge and skills to fulfill the requirements of this position, may be
             considered.

             To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and three references to Linda Coughlin, Associate Provost for
             Academic Affairs, St. Mary's College of Maryland, 18952 E. Fisher Rd., St. Mary's City, MD 20686-3001.

             Review of resumes will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. St. Mary's College of
             Maryland is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

             Visit our website: http://www.smcm.edu/hr
             http://www.higheredjobs.com/details.cfm?JobCode=175452434


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             Thread:            Assistant/Assoc. Prof of IT at      Posted Date:       August 2, 2010 11:49 AM
                                UTenn Knoxville                     Status:            Published
             Post:              Assistant/Assoc. Prof of IT at
                                UTenn Knoxville
             Author:            Sarah Lohnes Watulak


             Assistant or Associate Professor of Instructional Technology Job
             Description Announcement

             Applications are invited for a 9‐month tenure‐track Assistant or
             Associate Professor position in Instructional Technology beginning
             August 1, 2011. The primary responsibilities for this position are to
             provide creative leadership in the master’s program in Instructional
             Technology, contribute to the ongoing design of our new doctoral
             program in Learning Environments and Educational Studies, develop
             and/or teach graduate courses in instructional technology and related
             areas, and pursue an externally funded research and scholarly
             publications agenda. These programs are located in the Department of
             Educational Psychology and Counseling, College of Education, Health &
             Human Sciences at the University of Tennessee‐ Knoxville.

             General information about the University of Tennessee, Knoxville can
             be found at http://www.utk.edu. Information about the Department of
             Educational Psychology and Counseling is located at
             http://web.utk.edu/~edpsych/. The Instructional Technology home page
             is located at http://web.utk.edu/~edpsych/instructional_technology/overview_it.html.



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             More information about the doctoral program in Learning Environments
             and Educational Studies can be found at:
             http://web.utk.edu/~edpsych/LEEDS.

             Application deadline
             To be considered for this position, a completed application must
             contain: 1) a letter of application outlining how the applicant’s
             professional background and experiences match the responsibilities,
             and required and desired qualifications for the position; 2) a
             curriculum vita; 3) sample scholarly publication; 4) names, telephone
             numbers, e‐mail addresses and organizational affiliations of three
             professional references. Review of applications will begin September
             15, 2010 and continue until the position is filled.
             Application materials should be sent electronically to Dr. Trena
             Paulus at tpaulus@utk.edu.

             Responsibilities
             - provide leadership in the master’s program in Instructional Technology
             - develop and/or teach graduate courses in instructional technology
             and related areas
             - maintain a research and scholarly publication record in the area of
             instructional technology
             - secure external funding to support scholarly research
             - serve as a graduate research advisor
             - provide service to the school, the college, the university and the profession

             Required Qualifications
             1) earned doctorate from an accredited institution by August 1, 2011
             in instructional design, instructional technology, new media, learning
             sciences or related discipline
             2) evidence of a developing research and scholarly publication agenda
             3) evidence of teaching experience at the post‐secondary level
             4) evidence of participation and/or leadership in professional
             organizations at the
             local, state or national level

             Desired qualifications
             1) potential to acquire external funding to support scholarly research
             2) evidence of strong interest and/or experience in using multiple modalities in
             distance learning environments
             3) evidence of strong interest and/or experience with collaborative research,
             engaged scholarship, service learning and/or social justice
             4) strong background in all phases of instructional design and
             development either
             in public schools, business and industry, or higher education settings;
             5) research and teaching expertise in one or more of the following
             areas: design‐ based research, open source applications, new media
             literacies, or technology
             integration in the STEM areas.

             Salary
             Salary for this 9‐month academic position is commensurate with
             qualifications and experience. Summer teaching opportunities are
             typically available.

             Application
             Contact:
             Trena M. Paulus, Ph.D. Dept. of Educational Psychology & Counseling


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             College of Education, Health & Human Sciences 515 Bailey Education
             Complex 1122 Volunteer Boulevard Knoxville, Tennessee 37996‐3452
             (865)974‐8144 (p), (865)974‐0135 (f) tpaulus@utk.edu

             University of Tennessee

             The Knoxville campus of the University of Tennessee is seeking
             candidates who have the ability to contribute in meaningful ways to
             the diversity and intercultural goals of the University. As the
             state's flagship, research‐intensive university, UT is the state's
             leader in promoting education, research and public service and
             continues to strengthen its impact on the citizens of Tennessee. UT
             Knoxville is committed to
             the support and advancement of research as a way to enhance the lives
             of people across Tennessee, the nation and the world.

             Knoxville is both the oldest and the third‐largest city in the state
             of Tennessee.
             Nestled at the foot of the Appalachian mountains along the Tennessee
             River, it is within a day's drive of many major metropolitan areas,
             including Atlanta and Chicago. Knoxville boasts a vibrant history that
             has been captured in the works of nationally renowned poets, writers,
             and artists, including James Agee, Cormac McCarthy, and Nikki
             Giovanni.

             All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for
             employment and admissions without regard to race, color, national
             origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation,
             gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, or covered
             veteran status.

             Eligibility and other terms and conditions of employment benefits at
             The University of Tennessee are governed by laws and regulations of
             the State of Tennessee, and this non‐discrimination statement is
             intended to be consistent with those laws and regulations.

             In accordance with the requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights
             Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504
             of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities
             Act of 1990, The University of Tennessee affirmatively states that it
             does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, or disability in its
             education programs and activities, and this policy extends to
             employment by the University.

             Inquiries and charges of violation of Title VI (race, color, national
             origin), Title IX (sex), Section 504 (disability), ADA (disability),
             Age Discrimination in Employment Act (age), sexual orientation, or
             veteran status should be directed to the Office of Equity and
             Diversity (OED), 1840 Melrose Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37996‐3560,
             telephone (865) 974‐2498 (V/TTY available) or 974‐2440. Requests for
             accommodation of a disability should be directed to the ADA
             Coordinator at the Office of Equity and Diversity.

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             Thread:          School Library Media Specialists-   Posted Date:      July 22, 2010 2:57 PM
                              PGCPS                               Status:           Published
             Post:            School Library Media Specialists-
                              PGCPS
             Author:          David Wizer


             School Library Media Specialist

             Prince George’s County Public Schools

             Location: Various schools in Prince George’s County Maryland

             Brief Description:
             This is a full-time 10 month position. Under general supervision of a principal, the Media Specialist
             performs library related services. The position is responsible for establishing policies and procedures
             for the efficient operation of the media center.

             Detailed Description:
             Plans with the principal to support total school instructional program; Plans with teachers for the
             integration of media skills with classroom content; Arranges schedules and supervising the daily
             operation of the media center; Searches for standard reference materials, including online sources
             and the Internet, to answer questions; Analyzes requests to determine needed information, and
             assists in furnishing or locating that information; Teaches students to search for information using
             databases; Keeps records of circulation and materials; Budgets, plans, and maintains personnel
             records; Checks books in and out of the library; Explains the use of library facilities, resources,
             equipment, and services, and providing information about library policies; Reviews and evaluates
             resource materials in order to select and order print, audiovisual, and electronic resources within
             county guidelines; Codes, classifies, and catalogs books, publications, films, audiovisual aids, and
             other library materials based on subject matter or standard library classification systems; Locates
             unusual or unique information in response to specific requests. Troubleshoots and performs minor
             maintenance and repairs of audio-visual equipment; Receives and responds to inquiries, requests for
             assistance, concerns and complaints in areas of responsibility; Performs general office work as
             necessary, including preparing reports and records, entering and retrieving computer data, copying
             and filing documents, sending and receiving faxes and e-mails, answering the telephone, ordering
             supplies and materials; Attends training, meetings, workshops and seminars as appropriate to
             enhance job knowledge and skills.

             Job Requirements:
             Master's degree in School Library Media that included student teaching or a practicum from a
             program at an institute of higher education
             OR
             Master's degree from a program that would lead to State certification as a library media specialist or
             a comparable position as determined by the State Department of Education OR
             Equivalent requirements for Maryland State Department of Education certification as a Library
             Media Specialist.

             In order to expedite the review of your background and credentials, please scan and attach the
             following documents to your online application:

             Copy of your valid state teaching certificate in School Library Media (if applicable)
             Copy of your transcripts


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             *Please note that original documents will need to be reviewed before an official offer of employment
             is extended.
             To view our competitive benefits summary to apply online: Visit www.americasclassroom.org.
             Search “Media Specialist.” Select apply. Apply to position #IRC32947.
             Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities are available upon request.
             Please complete ALL sections and provide applicable details to ensure full consideration.


             If you need assistance with submitting your application online, please contact the Welcome Center
             at Welcome.Center@pgcps.org it may take up to 48 hours to receive a response.



             --
             Zena Boardley, PHR
             Recruiting and Staffing Specialist
             Sasscer Administration Building, Rm 111
             14201 School Lane
             Upper Marlboro, MD 20772

             301-952-6033 Direct
             301-952-6476 Fax
             zena.boardley@pgcps.org


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             Thread:           IT Specialist/Virtual Learning -   Posted Date:       July 19, 2010 10:13 AM
                               MSDE (Baltimore)                   Status:            Published
             Post:             IT Specialist/Virtual Learning -
                               MSDE (Baltimore)
             Author:           Jessica Stein


             See attached flyer.

             Attachment:     PA-ESP I- Virtual Learning.pdf (74.289 KB)


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             Thread:           IT Specialist - MSDE (Baltimore)   Posted Date:       July 19, 2010 10:12 AM
             Post:             IT Specialist - MSDE (Baltimore)   Status:            Published
             Author:           Jessica Stein


             Please see attached flyer.

             Attachment:     PA-EPS I Instructional Technology Specialist.pdf (74.157 KB)


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             Thread:           Postdoctoral Fellowship in GA      Posted Date:       June 28, 2010 10:54 AM
             Post:             Postdoctoral Fellowship in GA      Status:            Published
             Author:           Jessica Stein



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             Tech to Teaching and TA Support Postdoctoral Fellow Position

               Institution:       Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning
               Georgia            Georgia Institute of Technology
               Institute of       Tech to Teaching and TA Support Postdoctoral Fellow Position
               Technology -
               CETL               Tech to Teaching is an NSF funded program (through the Innovation through Institutional
                                  Integration initiative) with two overarching goals:
               Posted: June
                                  1. To create an infrastructure on the Georgia Tech campus that encourages and enables
               24, 2010
                                  students to effectively pursue careers in K&#8208;12 or college teaching; and
               Location:          2. To develop and implement programming that ensures these students succeed in their
               Georgia            initial years in these career paths.
               Website:           This position is housed in the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning
               http://www.cetl.gatech.eduGeorgia Tech. The goals of the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and
                                  (CETL) at
               Category:          Learning at Georgia Tech are to foster, recognize and reward a community of unparalleled
               Engineering,       teachers and learners through our commitment to faculty development, assessment, and
               Curriculum and support. Our mission is to enhance the learning and teaching environment at Georgia Tech
               instruction        by encouraging a fully engaged, sharing community with communication networks,
                                  resources, and innovative programs.
               Salary: Not
               specified
                                  We are looking for a postdoctoral fellow to assist with two main areas: (1) the higher ed
             portion of the Tech to Teaching project and (2) teaching assistant (TA) development programs.

             In the higher ed portion of Tech to Teaching, our aim is to create a pathway to collegiate teaching that provides
             graduate students with:
             o Appropriate advising,
             o Courses and workshops in educational pedagogy, and the academic job and career,
             o Mentoring by faculty at Georgia Tech through mentored teaching practicum positions,
             o Immersion experiences teaching undergraduate courses at local colleges, and
             o Support for the transition to academic positions through an online community

             Our TA development efforts include orientation programs, workshops and seminars, teaching observations and
             feedback, classroom dialogues, awards, and individual consultations.

             This position will assist in a variety of ways including program and curriculum development and delivery,
             tracking of Tech to Teaching participants and alumni, and creating and supporting an online community for Tech
             to Teaching participants and alumni. In addition, other opportunities will include: individual consultations with
             graduate student teaching assistants about their teaching and/or job search; involvement in graduate student
             orientation and workshops and the TA Awards program; involvement in CETL events, and other duties as
             assigned.

             QUALIFICATIONS:
             The minimum requirements for this position include an earned doctorate in education, cognitive science, or
             related field OR in a discipline represented at Georgia Tech, and teaching experience in higher education. Must
             have excellent oral and written communication skills, be able to both work independently and in a team, and to
             collaborate across different disciplines. Program coordination, and experience with TA Development and
             preparing graduate students for academic careers is extremely desirable. Also desirable are website
             development and editing background, experience facilitating workshops for graduate students and/or faculty,
             and experience consulting with TAs or instructors and giving them constructive feedback about their teaching.

             To apply for this position, please forward (electronically) a cover letter and CV (in pdf format) along with a list
             of three references to: Donna C. Llewellyn, Ph.D. at donna.llewellyn@cetl.gatech.edu. Applications will be
             reviewed as they are received until the position is filled. The start date is negotiable for any time after August
             15, 2010.
             AN EQUAL EDUCATION/EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION
             http://www.cetl.gatech.edu/




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             Thread:            Instructional Designer - Gannon      Posted Date:       June 24, 2010 9:53 AM
                                University                           Status:            Published
             Post:              Instructional Designer - Gannon
                                University
             Author:            Jessica Stein



             Instructional Designer

                Institution:                                          Instructional Designer
                Gannon
                University        Gannon University, a Catholic university, invites applications for the position of Instructional
                Posted: June      Designer in the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL). Reporting to the
                18, 2010          Director, the successful candidate will promote pedagogical practices, instructional
                Location:         strategies to faculty for both classroom and distance learning; will support faculty in
                Pennsylvania      adopting and utilizing educational software and hardware; and create pedagogically driven
                                  multimedia, such as Flash, Captivate, to enhance courses; and research new emerging
                Website:
                                  technologies and multimedia options. Must be able to support and promote the University's
                http://www.gannon.edu
                                  Mission.
                Category:
                Instructional     Qualifications include: a Master's degree in Instructional Design or a related field is
                technology/       required; a minimum of three years of instructional design experience is preferred. Must
                design            have a knowledge of learning management systems (e.g., Blackboard); must be creative
                Employment        and flexible, and have excellent verbal, written, and communication skills.
                Level: Full Time
                Salary: Not       Gannon University, located near Lake Erie in Erie, Pennsylvania, offers ready access to a
                specified         variety of cultural and exciting seasonal activities and is within a two-hour drive of
                                  Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Buffalo. For more information about what Erie has to offer visit
             http://www.visiteriepa.com.

             Submit a cover letter, resume, and names and contact information of three professional references to:
             http://www.gannon.edu/employment.

             Review of resumes will begin immediately and this position will remain open until filled.

             For more information about Gannon, visit http://www.gannon.edu.


             Gannon University is an Equal Opportunity Employer that encourages diversity and invites women and
             members of underrepresented groups to apply.

             Apply Here: http://www.apply-for-job.net/c/jobclick.cfm?site=2701&job=6913456


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             Thread:            Supervisor of Technology - Kent      Posted Date:       June 14, 2010 9:01 AM
                                County                               Status:            Published
             Post:              Supervisor of Technology - Kent
                                County
             Author:            William Sadera




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             Supervisor of Technology - Kent County Public Schools
             Application deadline: 7/21/2010




             Attachment:     SoT_announcement_external_05_2010[1].pdf (153.01 KB)


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             Thread:           GA Position - Graduate Help         Posted Date:       June 7, 2010 3:05 PM
                               Center                              Status:            Published
             Post:             GA Position - Graduate Help
                               Center
             Author:           Jessica Stein


             Graduate Help Center Graduate Assistant
             We need to find one or two students to be appointed as a graduate assistant to serve as a tutor for statistics
             and research design in the graduate help center (see http://grad.towson.edu/academic/writingLab.asp ). Our
             long-time tutor (Amanda Poe in Experimental Psychology ) has just graduated, so we need at least one
             person. We might have one 10-hour position, two 10-hour positions, or one 20-hour position available,
             depending on the number of people we find and on our budget. The position will begin either this summer or
             fall.

             The main requirements are a good working ability with the typical statistics used in quantitative academic
             research, probably at least through analysis of variance (including a familiarity with SPSS and other statistics
             software) and an understanding of the design elements necessary for valid research. The GA will work largely
             unsupervised and will have to develop a schedule for appointments with students who seek assistance.

             If you are interested, please contact Larry Shirley (lshirley@towson.edu)

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             Thread:           Drexel - Instructional Designer     Posted Date:       June 7, 2010 12:00 PM
             Post:             Drexel - Instructional Designer     Status:            Published
             Author:           Jessica Stein


             Institution: Drexel University (Philadelphia, PA)
             Admin - Instructional Technology and Design (full time)
             The Instructional Designer for Goodwin College serves as the working leader for the continued development
             and improvement for the college's online courses and related course materials. This includes developing and
             delivering ongoing professional development to promote the faculty's continued growth in preparing and
             teaching online courses, keeping appropriate faculty and staff abreast of the latest changes in technology for
             possible use in online courses, and coordinating development/post- development activities to help ensure that
             all online courses have a sound pedagogical design while remaining user-friendly.

             Education and experience:
             -B.S. or B.A. required, M.S. or M.A. preferred.
             -Minimum 5 years work experience in instructional design, preferably at a college or university.
             -Experience developing and coordinating a faculty instructional development program.
             -Knowledge of synchronous/asynchronous learning and best practices in online teaching.
             -Must be able to perform under tight deadlines.

             Outstanding computer skills:


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             -Working knowledge of Blackboard and WebCT.
             -Experience with html, xml, java and other Internet based technologies.
             -Knowledge of Horizon Wimba, Camtasia, Articulate, Adobe Connect, streaming media.
             -Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.

             The Instructional Design Coordinator will:
             -Work with the faculty and staff to develop and design online learning materials/courses.
             -Work with faculty to define content and course development schedules for ongoing educational programs.
             -Work with faculty to ensure the timeliness and quality of content.
             -Work with faculty on updating/improving existing courses.
             -Ensure quality course design and delivery in accordance with Goodwin College teaching standards.
             -Provide professional development training to faculty on teaching and managing online courses as well as
             assist with an online/asynchronous faculty development program.
             -Implement surveys, measures and audits to monitor course design and delivery.
             -Manage the development of online courses to meet delivery deadlines.
             -Work with faculty on updating/improving existing courses.
             -Document instructional design processes and procedures.
             -Assist in the maintenance of Student, Faculty and Technology support resource websites.
             -Additional responsibilities as assigned.

             The University offers an attractive benefits package including tuition remission, a generous retirement package
             with matching funds (up to 11%) and an opportunity to join a talented team of professionals directly helping the
             University achieve its record growth and quality reputation.

             Drexel University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. The Human Resources department is
             especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic
             community.

             To apply for this position, please apply online at:
             www.drexeljobs.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=73666

             Application Information

             Contact:          Drexel University
             Online App. Form: http://www.drexeljobs.com

             More Information on Drexel University

                   Institutional Profile
                   Current openings for Drexel University on HigherEdJobs.com.
                   Main Website

             Job listining: http://www.higheredjobs.com/details.cfm?JobCode=175439383


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             Thread:           Haverford College - Director of IT   Posted Date:      June 7, 2010 11:59 AM
             Post:             Haverford College - Director of IT   Status:           Published
             Author:           Jessica Stein


             Director of Instructional Technology and Training
             Institution: Haverford College
             Location: Haverford, PA
             Category: (full time)
             Admin - Computing - Management/Director
             Admin - Computing - Support and Training


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             Admin - Instructional Technology and Design
             Application due: Open until filled
             This position is responsible for all aspects of Instructional Technology and Training across the College. The
             Director's unit will provide instructional support and development for faculty; advise and consult with faculty and
             researchers in the design, development and implementation of information technology services for teaching and
             research; support and design services for the use of technology in the classroom; support for digital media
             initiatives; LMS development, training and support; media services and access for instruction and special
             events; technology training for students, faculty and staff; management of the Language Learning Center; and
             documentation of training and development activities.

             M.S. degree in instructional technology, educational media or closely-related field required. Min. of seven years
             of experience with a significant record of successful leadership, managerial, strategic planning, and
             supervisory experience directly related to the position, preferably in an academic environment. Other
             combinations of education and experience will also be considered. Must have a clear, articulate vision for the
             role of instructional technology and media support in higher education. Ability to form and work with cross-
             departmental teams to quickly address and solve technology issues and problems.

             For further details access http://www.haverford.edu/humanresources/job_openings/.

             To apply send cover letter, resume and references to Marian Caroll, Academic Computing, Haverford College,
             370 Lancaster Ave., Haverford PA, 19041. Email: mcarroll@haverford.edu.

             No hard copies; employment materials accepted electronically only. EEO/AA.

             Application Information

             Apply Icon
             Apply for this Position through My HigherEdJobs
                            Mariann Carroll
             Contact:       Information and Instructional Technology Services
                            Haverford College
             Email Address: mcarroll@haverford.edu

             More Information on Haverford College

                    Institutional Profile
                    Current openings for Haverford College on HigherEdJobs.com.
                    Human Resources Office
                    Current Job openings listing
                    General Information

             Job listing: http://www.higheredjobs.com/details.cfm?JobCode=175439737


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             Thread:            JHU - Instructional Designer        Posted Date:       June 7, 2010 11:57 AM
             Post:              JHU - Instructional Designer        Status:            Published
             Author:            Jessica Stein


             Institution: John Hopkins University
             Location: Elkridge, MD
             Category: (full time)
             Admin - Instructional Technology and Design
             Admin - Distance Education Programs
             Admin - Adult and Continuing Education Programs



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             General Description: 2 positions are available.

             The Instructional Designers will provide vision, leadership and coordination in designing, developing, and
             delivering fully online courses and technology-enhanced instructional materials for graduate programs delivered
             by the Johns Hopkins University, Whiting School of Engineering, Engineering for Professionals.

             The primary duties and responsibilities include:

             * Coordinate the development of instructional materials that are functional, informative, and consistent with
             sound instructional design principles.
             * Collaborate and consult with faculty on the effective use of instructional design strategies, web-based
             resources, multimedia technologies, and instructional software and systems to improve teaching for online
             delivery.
             * Collaborate with the faculty members to insure instructional integrity of the course development projects
             through a method of systematic design and clear course standards and objectives.
             * Provides recommendations for interface design, sequencing of instruction, use of assessments, and online
             interactive activities.
             * Serve as project manager, leading teams with web developers and multimedia specialists for online course
             development and other special projects.
             * Evaluate the instructional effectiveness of programs, courses, and training products.
             * Plan, develop and teach faculty and staff workshops and other activities in areas of instructional design and
             the use of specific instructional technology tools.
             * Research and evaluate new and emerging technologies, instructional design theories, and approaches and
             policies for potential application to instructional opportunities.
             * Update knowledge of current and emerging instructional technologies, and an in-depth understanding of
             pedagogical issues related to online teaching and learning.
             * Provide recommendations on the strategic, tactical and operational issues associated with the development
             of new instructional technology to support the online courses.

             Qualifications: BA degree in instructional design, instructional technology, curriculum design or other related
             discipline required. Masters degree instructional design, instructional technology preferred. A minimum of 3
             years of professional experience designing, developing and managing online, blended or other technology-
             mediated instruction. Experience developing instruction for engineering, IT or computer science related
             graduate programs highly desirable.
             Special skills and knowledge: Self-motivated, organized, and detail-oriented team player who is capable of
             participating in collaborative instructional development processes and activities. Proven ability to continually
             adapt and learn new procedures and software programs. Ability to solve problems in enterprising and
             proactive ways. Ability to conduct quality reviews of existing online courses using Quality Matters rubric or
             other assessment tool. Knowledge of current and emerging instructional technologies, and an in-depth
             understanding of pedagogical issues related to online teaching and learning, particularly adult learning.

             Familiarity with graphic design elements appropriate for online instruction. Basic knowledge of streaming audio
             and video, compression methods, file types, and formats. Experience with web-based course management
             tools (such as Sakai) and online conferencing software (such as Adobe Connect). Working knowledge of
             Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint, basic HTML editing software, and basic image manipulation software,
             such as Photoshop.

             Demonstrated ability to train one-on-one and in a group setting. Strong and comprehensive oral, written and
             interpersonal skills and the ability to deal effectively with multiple constituencies in a fast-paced, dynamic work
             environment. Ability to collaborate with faculty remotely as well as face-to-face. Can exercise independent
             judgment to carry out duties and responsibilities.

             NOTE: The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.

             Application Information

                                Johns Hopkins University
             Postal Address:    6810 Deerpath Road



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                               Elkridge, MD 21075
             Online App. Form: https://hrnt.jhu.edu/jhujobs/job_view.cfm?view_req_id=44047&view=sch
             More info: http://www.higheredjobs.com/details.cfm?JobCode=175440156


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             Thread:                  IT Specialist - UMB School of                    Posted Date:              June 7, 2010 11:53 AM
                                      Pharmacy                                         Status:                   Published
             Post:                    IT Specialist - UMB School of
                                      Pharmacy
             Author:                  Jessica Stein


             The University of Maryland, Baltimore's School of Pharmacy seeks an innovative and enthusiastic Instructional
             Technology Specialist who will report to the Assistant Dean of Instructional Design and Technology. The School
             is pursuing exciting educational and research initiatives and is looking for a motivated individual to assist with
             instructional technology and design projects. This position will support the production of online course material,
             develop and conduct training and workshops, prepare and administer online assessments, assist in the
             coordination of academic and technology schedules and aide in the development of the school's various
             websites.

             For more information: https://www.healthcaresource.com/umbaltimore/index.cfm?
             fuseaction=search.jobDetails&template=dsp_job_details.cfm&cJobId=343499

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             Thread:                  BOMI International Instructional                 Posted Date:              June 7, 2010 11:52 AM
                                      Designer                                         Status:                   Published
             Post:                    BOMI International Instructional
                                      Designer
             Author:                  Jessica Stein

             BOMI International Instructional Designer
             Responsible for instructional design, development and maintenance of interactive online courseware and instructor-led classroom content for
             students enrolled in BOMI International designation programs.
             Responsibilities include, but not limited to: task analysis; ability to design for broad audiences; use of authoring and graphic design tools to develop
             effective, engaging and interactive courseware for classroom, distance, or self paced learning environments. Collaborate with Education Department
             team members, SMEs, and consultants to ensure the highest level of quality in final products. Position requires simultaneous management of multiple
             projects and ability to prioritize tasks in order to meet deadlines on all deliverables.
             Candidate should be a high-energy, self-starter with strong organizational skills and an attention to detail. Proficient in the use of: Microsoft Office
             Applications and Adobe Captivate, InDesign and Camtasia. Bachelors degree in Instructional Design, Educational Technology or Education. Masters
             Degree preferred.
             Please send letter, work samples, resume and salary requirements to jobs@bomi.org or FAX to 410-974-0544.



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