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Academic Technology plays a critical, strategic role in Bentley's pursuit of its business university mission, as technology is one of the four pillars on which the University bases its unique identity. Successfully leading and supporting research and curricular initiatives requires specialized human and technology resources, guided by a leader who understands faculty, scholarly and applied research, and a deep understanding of efficacious learning technologies, their use in the classroom, and in synchronous and asynchronous online teaching.
The Director of Academic Technology provides strategic direction in the use of technology for curricular and scholarly purposes across the institution. S/he will lead and initiate campus-wide discussions - as well as chair and/or participate in University-wide committees - to ensure the strategic integration of evolving academic technologies, synchronous and asynchronous online learning, and pursuit of research initiatives. The Director will manage the Academic Technology Center (ATC), Classroom Presentation Technologies (CPT), and Online Learning, realizing and leveraging the synergies across these organizations. S/he will work with faculty, academic department chairs, the Library Director, and senior administrators to ensure academic technology and research initiatives are aligned with institutional strategic goals. The Director will manage a staff of 15 professionals, including Instructional Designers, Courseware Developers, Research Consultants, and Online Learning specialists. S/he will be responsible for the research, evaluation, and facilitation of innovative applications of technology, concentrating on curricular innovation, research, pedagogy, and related institutional priorities for faculty and students.
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