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Instructional Designer - Georgetown University's Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship(CNDLS)
The Instructional Designer (ID) designs and develops blended and online courses, modules, and instructional materials. S/he understands project design and project requirements, serving as the day-to-day point of contact for stakeholders. In this work, the incumbent serves as project manager, leading a project team to ensure that course materials are appropriately integrated into the design and tested for quality assurance. Reporting directly to the Director of Learning Design & Research, the Instructional Designer has additional duties that include but are not limited to:
Assists with ITEL project coordination and instructional design.
In collaboration with other CNDLS staff, offers faculty development workshops and participates in other faculty development initiatives as needed.
Conducts research related to learning design and online course development, which leads to conference presentations and paper publications.
Develops online materials such as course development guides and other training materials which faculty adopt into their own course materials as appropriate.
Facilitates successful project expectations, planning, scheduling, resourcing, and manages day-to-day project team activities and stakeholder communications.
Consults with faculty/Subject Matter Experts to support their design and development of courses and course modules, including the design of effective learning goals, the alignment of course activities with these goals, and the selection and integration of instructional approaches and instructional technologies.
Keeps up to date with instructional technologies and makes decisions about appropriate use of instructional technologies within the design of courses.
5 years experience in instruction and educational technology with demonstrated knowledge of face-to-face, blended, and online course learning design and development
Experience in designing, developing, assessing, and supporting online course design
Demonstrated knowledge of learning theory, instructional design, and teaching methods applicable to a variety of disciplines, particular to instructional design/technology
Experience with a variety of online tools as well as a working understanding of HTML/CSS
Experience with web-based courseware such as Blackboard, Canvas and Echo360
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to interact effectively and tactfully with members of the academic community
Familiarity with formative and summative assessment designs and instruments is necessary
Team player who is able to manage multiple competing priorities and complete projects according to schedule
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