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Instructional Technologist

To serve as a key member of the Faculty Staff Resource Center and to provide instructional technology instruction and support for faculty and staff. Design, plan and facilitate professional learning communities and staff development training in various software applications and emerging instructional technologies. Assist faculty in the development of text, graphics, multimedia audio and video capture presentations. Assistance must be delivered to participants with various skill levels and various levels at the college. Must be able to adapt to new technology at a very rapid pace. Experience using but not limited to Web 2.0 technologies. Will be responsible for the maintenance and support of the Faculty/Staff resource center. Good communication skills are a must.
Duties and Responsibilities
To serve as a key member of the Faculty Staff Resource Center and to provide instructional technology instruction and support for faculty and staff. Design, plan and facilitate professional learning communities and staff development training in various software applications and emerging instructional technologies such as; interactive whiteboards (i.e., SMARTboards), student response systems(clickers), digital video (i.e. Flip Cameras, Green Screen), mobile technologies/tablets (i.e., iPads) and Web 2.0 tools that support teaching and learning. Provide hands-on training in specific job area needs such as word processing (i.e., Word), spreadsheet (i.e., Excel), and multimedia software (i.e., PowerPoint). Use knowledge of new emerging technologies and experience with both PC and MAC applications and hardware as well as mobile devices (primarily Apple). Perform regular training needs assessments and collaborate with college community (faculty, staff and students) to provide appropriate teaching and learning experiences. Create and maintain digital portal of instructional manuals, videos, podcasts, how-to?s, and learning resources for the college community. Conduct training sessions with college community (faculty, staff, and students) on an ad hoc basis in order to enhance technology integration and instruction. Maintain and share current knowledge of developments in the area of online instructional technology and integration into the curriculum as it relates to 21st Century learners Develop training, perform regular training assessments, and collaborate with faculty and college staff personnel to provide appropriate teaching and learning experiences. Conduct training sessions with faculty on an ad hoc basis in order to enhance student technology integration. Assist in planning for effective implementation of curriculum to ensure that technology is used effectively to meet student needs. Promote a positive, caring climate for learning. Keep abreast of and implement new emerging technologies and experiences with both PC and Mac applications and hardware. Maintain and share current knowledge of developments in the area of online instructional technology and integration into the curriculum as it relates to 21st Century teaching and learning.
Experience working in higher education. Experience working with adult learners. Experience creating, facilitating, organizing, and/or conducting trainings/workshops.

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