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Under the general direction of the Vice President of Enrollment and Online Programs, the Director of Instructional Technology will lead a team of professionals who support teaching and learning activities through the effective use of technology. The Director will manage all instructional technology development activities to provide information, advice, education and guidance to faculty and the university administration on all matters related to instructional technology. The Director will be knowledgeable of the latest technologies and tools available as well as trends and innovations in the field.
Oversee the development of engaging and dynamic online courses. Provide guidance on course selection, oversee course scheduling, and lead faculty training in a common pedagogical model. Define and develop measures to collect data for use in determining the effectiveness of the instructional technology functions in its support of teaching and learning.
Manage an instructional design team of approximately 20 professional staff members in the production of online courses guided by policies and procedures which include; monitoring, tracking, analyzing, measuring, and surveying for student and faculty satisfaction.
Build faculty awareness and knowledge of emerging and available instructional technology and tools. Educate and assist faculty in development of quality content including such activities as, mapping content to curriculum requirements, analyzing learning styles, reviewing methods for design of instructional materials for online, blended, video conferencing or conventional classroom environments.
Collaborate in the planning and implementation of instructional technology projects; and provide information, advice, education and guidance to faculty and the university administration on all matters related to instructional technology.
Collaborate with departments and programs on course and program designs, and encourage and support pilot projects.
Participate in strategic and execution committees related to mobile learning, cost of textbooks, information technology infrastructure, MOOCs, academic excellence, and teaching competencies. Represent Saint Leo University in various organizations, meetings, conferences.
Six (6) or more years of experience in instructional design, educational technology or related field.
A master’s degree (preferably in education or instructional design) from a regionally accredited college or university.
Six (6)years of leadership experience in instructional design, educational technology or related field.
Earned a doctorate level degree from a regionally accredited institution.
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