Develop instructional materials and products and assist in the technology-based redesign of courses. Assist faculty in learning about, becoming proficient in, and applying instructional technology.
This position is responsible for the successful production of high quality, asynchronous online and hybrid courses. This position will be the project manager in the collaboration of faculty and Rawls eLearning Center's team members to design and develop online curriculum and instruction which lead to successful student learning and engagement that satisfy established online course standards. This position requires superior critical thinking, decision-making and communication skills
Oversee the production and revision of online and hybrid courses to ensure timely completion and delivery of online course production.
Perform project management duties for the coordination and tracking of online and hybrid course design and development processes.
Provides instructional design and online pedagogy consultation to faculty.
Assist faculty in learning about, becoming proficient in and applying instructional technology.
Guide faculty in the online course design process including the alignment of their course and module's student learning outcomes and assessments.
Collaborate with faculty, developers, videographer and other eLearning personnel to create accessible high-quality learning resources in a variety of formats including text, graphics, audio, video, and animation to support curriculum.
Directs course builders in building accessible high-quality online course videos that improve student learning and follow best practice guidelines.
Directs videographer in building accessible high-quality online course videos that improve student learning and follow best practice guidelines.
Review deliverable and adherence to established course development copyright and ADA standards and policies; communicate those standards with other team members and faculty to ensure proper implementation.
Edit and organize electronic information to help faculty create high-quality course content that is suited to online learners.
Evaluate online courseware for online courses.
Develop and maintain course models, standards and procedures for review.
Special projects as assigned.
Bachelor's degree plus one year of related experience; or a combination of education and/or related experience to equal 5 years.
Two years of demonstrated relevant experience.
Video recording skills.
Expertise with software applications used in designing online learning experiences, including Blackboard and video capture/editing software (e.g. Camtasia or Adobe Premiere Pro), as well as other applications in Adobe Creative Suite.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications; Familiarity with online platforms made available by education companies (e.g.; McGraw Hill's Connect and Pearson's MyLab).
Bachelor's degree in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, or Mass Media and Communications with 2-3 years of experience.
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About Texas Tech University
Texas Tech University Established in 1923, Texas Tech is a public, Carnegie R1 research-intensive university; the University enrolls over 37,000 students and offers more than 150 bachelors, 100 masters, and 60 doctoral degree programs across its main campus, its eLearning online courses, and its seven in-state regional teaching sites, and the Texas Tech Center and Llano River Field Station at Junction. Encompassing 10 academic colleges, a Graduate School, and a School of Law, Texas Tech University is the largest institution and the flagship of the Texas Tech University System whose endowment is over $1 billion. The System also operates a medical school, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, which is located adjacent to Texas Tech's general academic campus and offers many joint degree programs and opportunities for research partnerships. Texas Tech University is on track, as one of 10 Carnegie R1 institutions, to be designated an Hispanic Serving Institution in the fall of 2019, and is a member of Big 12 athletic conference with 17 teams in 11 varsity sports.