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Instructional Technology Western Governors University WGU is looking for qualified Subject Matter Experts to help design and develop their brand-new Evaluating Quality and Impact in K-12 E-Learning Solutions course. Required: PhD or Masters in Educational Technology, Learning Design and Technology, Instructional Design and Technology, Learning Technologies, Or K-12 Learning Analytics. Experience working as an instructional designer/learning experience designer designing and developing online and blended K-12 learning solutions.
Instructional Technology University of Maryland Global Campus Required: Masters degree in Instructional Design or related field from an accredited institution of higher learning. Professional experience in Instructional Design or related field. Experience teaching adult learners online and in higher education.
Instructional Technology Indiana Wesleyan University Required: A bachelors degree in a related field Preferred: A masters degree in instructional design, education, or a related field. Experience: Two to five (2-5) years of instructional design or course development experience is preferred. Teaching and/or training online is preferred. Management of collaborative projects is preferred.
Instructional Technology American College of Education Earned terminal degree or demonstrates exceptional content knowledge at the masters level in a field associated with the department. 1+ year experience in teaching and leadership in a formal educational setting using both traditional and non-traditional teaching formats, higher education strongly preferred. Demonstrated experience in successfully developing online/virtual professional relationships. Evidence of professional research and/or creative endeavors and expertise in the field.
Instructional Technology Western Governors University WGU is looking for qualified Subject Matter Experts to help design and develop their brand-new Designing E-Learning Experiences for K-12 Students course. PhD or Masters in Educational Technology, Learning Design and Technology, Instructional Design and Technology, Learning Technologies. Experience working as an instructional designer/learning experience designer for online and blended K-12 learning solutions. Experience working as an ISTE Certified Educator/Coach. Google certified coach.
Instructional Technology Western Governors University Seeking qualified SMEs to help design and develop their brand-new Designing E-Learning Experiences for Adults course. PhD or Masters Degree in Instructional Design, Learning Design, or Learning Experience Design. Experience working as an instructional designer working on e-learning experiences for employees of a company . 5+ years designing online learning experiences for employees of a business/corporation/government agencies, etc., experience with self-paced learning solutions for adults.
Instructional Technology ECPI University Masters degree in Computer Information Science or a Masters degree with 18 graduate semester hours in the discipline from a regionally accredited educational institution. 3-5 years industry experience required, utilizing the Microsoft Suite. 2 years Online teaching or presentation experience a plus.
Instructional Technology Western Governors University WGU is seeking qualified SMEs to help design and develop their brand-new Quality & Impact in Adult E-Learning Solutions course. PhD or Masters Degree in Instructional Design, Learning Design, or Learning Experience Design. Other requirements apply, see link below for more details.
Instructional Technology Johns Hopkins University Center for Government Excellence Required: Bachelors Degree in Instructional Design, Instructional Technology, Education, or related field. Two years of progressively responsible experience in course design and development, faculty training, or program/course assessment/evaluation required. Additional education may substitute for experience, and additional experience may substitute required education to the extent permitted by the JHU Equivalency Formula.