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Instructional Designer
North Park University

POSITION SUMMARY

This full-time position will work collaboratively with faculty to design and develop online and hybrid courses as assigned by the Instructional Design Specialist. Conduct quality assurance reviews upon request for ongoing online and hybrid courses to ensure the systematic design of instruction. Assist with administrative duties including course tracking, communicating with faculty and records management of online and hybrid courses. Support faculty with instructional design and technical needs within use of the university learning environment. Assist faculty with creating storyboards/course maps, outlines, scripts and creating accessible course content for online and hybrid courses. Design and/or produce instructional aids for online and hybrid courses. Plan, develop, and teach faculty, staff, on the effective use of web-based resources and tools and multimedia technologies to implement in online delivery. Work with tools for teaching, including emerging technologies and online learning tools. Experience with Canvas LMS, Office 365 and LTI tools is a plus. Work with authoring tools, including but not limited to Camtasia and Articulate Storyline.

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Educational Media Specialist
North Park University

POSITION SUMMARY

This is a part-time position that will assist with course development, and video production, producing media resources for online, hybrid, and technology-enhanced teaching environments. Work collaboratively with faculty to develop online media course content in collaboration with the Center for Online Education Plan, develop, and teach faculty, staff, on the effective use of web-based resources and tools and multimedia technologies to implement in online delivery. Work with tools for teaching, including emerging technologies and online learning tools. Integrate media and technology into online and hybrid courses and assist faculty with capturing and editing lectures in Echo 360. Manage and maintain a small media room, including but not limited to, assisting faculty with videos and recordings using a green screen, recording clips, ordering supplies, setting up and maintaining equipment and space. Produce closed captioning, text transcripts, in compliance with accessibility policies. Work with authoring tools, including but not limited to Camtasia and Articulate Storyline.

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Information Technology Training & Support Specialist 
Prairie State College

POSITION SUMMARY

The Information Technology (IT) Training and Technical Support Specialist is responsible for coordinating training for faculty and staff by developing and teaching software classes in common desktop, learning management, and administrative software applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Internet Explorer (IE), Firefox, Access Desire 2 Learn, and Datatel Colleague. The IT Training and Technical Support Specialist will develop, write and maintain training documentation and serve as primary System Administrator for the learning management system, Desire 2 Learn.