Candidates must have a minimum of a Doctorate degree in Instructional Design or a closely related field and must have a minimum of 18 credit hours of graduate-level courses in Instructional Design, Performance Technology or a related field. In addition, the successful candidate will also possess experience teaching at the college level and have experience supervising student research, theses, and dissertations. Preference will be given to candidates that have online teaching experience as well as experience with international education.
Put your advanced degrees and subject matter expertise to work. Free yourself from geographical gridlock: teach online!
We are currently seeking a professional to join our team as a Part-time Reference Librarian. The part-time reference librarian will provide reference service at a distance to Walden students, faculty, and staff by phone and email evenings and weekends.
- ALA accredited master’s degree in Library and Information Science
- At least one year of academic library reference experience including email, chat or web
- Experience searching and teaching the use of online databases
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
Librarians have the power of information at their fingertips. Understanding information fluency is an essential skill (that so few really own). For the qualified candidate, here’s a step toward geographical independence.
Candidates must have a Master’s degree in “Instructional Design” and 3 to 5 years minimum designing courses in higher education
WORK FROM HOME, United States
Instructional Design Masters Degree is the key here.
How to put the hands on into hands-on learning… and why it makes sense.
A key part of the Seek > Sense > Share framework for PKM is to find new ways to explain things, or add value to existing information.
Harold Jarche is a thinker. His ideas help clarify how to swim in the sea of digital information that online teachers and learners must navigate. Intended for a business audience, Jarche’s PKM approach also applies to anyone interested in the flow of information and how to transform that information into action.
We’ve been asked “how ethical is content curation?” so many times we decided to dig deep to give you a data answer: ethical content curation exists.
Dennis T OConnor’s insight:
This is just the article I’ve been looking for. It reasurring to see that Scoop.it was built on a technical foundation that promotes ethical use of digital information.
I’ve used Scoop.it from the beginning with the understanding that curation can be “…a win-win-win deal for readers, curators and – perhaps more importantly – publishers.”
The ability to filter and select information and then share it efficiently with Scoop.it technology is truly, “…a beautiful symbiosis between curators, readers and publishers.”
Learn how to add an online component to enhance traditional face-to-face instruction/training with blended learning or convert a course or workshop for online delivery. Create discussion forums, online surveys, quizzes and e-portfolios. Learn how to support new online learners with strategies that increase learner interaction and engagement.
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