1) Partner with instructors, faculty, and subject-matter experts to develop innovative, high-impact learning experiences for students in hybrid and fully-remote environments.
2) Evaluate existing projects, assesses impact, documents lessons learned, and makes recommendations about best practices.
3) Maintain relationships with faculty, instructional designers, learning technologists, and other partners to ensure support and maintain quality of remote learning across the University.
4) Monitor and analyze trends, identify opportunities, and explore innovative approaches to teaching and learning problems.
5) Provide exemplary customer service to faculty and stakeholders in selecting, implementing, and supporting teaching and learning technologies.
6) Collaborate with academic leadership to develop course level outcomes, objectives and curricula for all course modalities, and assists faculty to generate an understanding of program level objectives, instructional models, and positioning for target audience/market.
7) Plan, design and develop a variety of instructional media elements.
8) Coordinate media production: obtain necessary approvals; plan budget; set schedule and production timelines; arrange vendor relationships; assemble final elements of media; integrate media into remote courses to ensure all accessibility and quality standards are met.
9) Create/build all course components in the learning management system and assure courses meet or exceed all QA standards from technical functionality to grammatical correctness.
10) Facilitate decision making with budget, time, and resources in mind and proactive in identifying potential problems and solutions to ensure course development is completed on time and within budget and quality standards.
1) Canvas, Zoom, or comparable remote education platforms.
2) Knowledge of digital authoring tools such as Camtasia, Articulate, or Captivate.
2) Cover Letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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