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The Adler School of Professional Psychology - Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs for Learning, Teaching and Educational Technology (AVP)
Reporting directly to the Vice President of Academic Affairs, the AVP will provide leadership and strategic direction that will transform educational delivery at the Adler School. The AVP will be a key leader in taking the Adler School to the next level of programming, including advances in online education by focusing on quality, growth, and innovation. The AVP will be dedicated to fostering innovation to continue to improve learning effectiveness and student success, in the on-campus, online, and blended settings. This position will also provide leadership and strategic direction to the enhancement of learning and teaching through the integration of technology and other learning tools for members of the Adler School learning community.
The Adler School began providing online education options in 2007. Since then, the School’s unique online offerings have attracted a robustly growing share of the School’s new student enrollment, which has increased by 68% since 2007. In 2010, the Sloan Consortium recognized the Department of Online Learning with an Effective Practice Award for best practice in innovating faculty and student support systems. The School’s strategic plan calls for significant growth of current degree offerings and the development of a vibrant system of online graduate degree programs--designed for current and emerging adult student markets, and distinctively addressing their education needs through dynamic content, technology and support.
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posted: October 24, 2013
Moraine Valley Community College - Instructional Designer
Under the direction of the Director of Non-Traditional Learning, the Instructional Designer is responsible for working with faculty to review and redesign curriculum (as appropriate), and infuse innovative and contemporary methodologies into the teaching and learning process to improve student success. In addition, the Instructional Designer is responsible for raising faculty and staff awareness of student learning styles as they relate to curriculum delivery and student success. The Instructional Designer is dedicated to the learning college concepts by developing programs and facilitating activities that promote student success and lifelong learning. The Instructional Designer will partner with faculty in the learning design process to make the best use of available teaching methods and the best uses of technology to enhance student learning and success.
00005621 This posting is viewable online at http://jobs.morainevalley.edu.
Under the general direction of the Dean of Academic Development and Learning Resources the Staff Training and Development Manager is responsible for assisting with the staff development and technology training functions for the college, in collaboration with the CTL staff and other college employees as appropriate. The Staff Training and Development Manager is dedicated to the learning college concepts by developing programs and facilitating activities that promote student success and lifelong learning.
posted: September 16, 2013
Adler School of Professional Psychology, Adler Online - Instructional Designer
The Instructional Designer will report to the Director of Adler Online. This individual is responsible for collaborating with faculty and staff members to design, develop, support and implement courses and multimedia offered through Moodle. The Instructional Designer will provide support for the instructional design cycle by designing, developing, supporting and implementing instructional and multimedia strategies; selecting appropriate technology tools; assessing the effectiveness of the technology tools; training faculty, and coordinating course administration.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a cover letter, resume and salary requirements. Only complete applications can be reviewed. Please put “Instructional Designer” in the subject line.
posted: September 13, 2013