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Catholic Theological Union (CTU), a graduate school of theology and ministry in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago is seeking candidates to apply for the Director of Educational Technology. The Director of Educational Technology is a full time position responsible for the overall development and effectiveness of Catholic Theological Union’s on-line programming and use of educational technology in teaching and learning. The Director reports to the Vice President and Academic Dean and holds faculty status. The Director works closely with the faculty, assisting them in the development and evaluation of their on-line teaching capacity; works with students to help them understand and be proficient in the use of technology in their education and ministry; and works with program directors, the IT department, and the administration to ensure the ongoing development and effectiveness of CTU’s educational technology as a whole. Please see more information about CTU at www.ctu.edu
Applicants must be committed to quality theological education at the graduate level; hold an advanced degree in theology or related fields; are committed to the advancement and promotion of CTU’s on-line teaching capacity; are knowledgeable and proficient in the use of educational technology in teaching and learning; hold either a Master’s degree in Educational Technology or substantial experience in designing online learning environments; have excellent interpersonal and group communication skills. Candidates must be comfortable working in a Catholic institution of higher learning and be able to work well in a collegial manner in achieving the mission of the school.
Send letter, curriculum vitae and at least three current references, by June 1, 2013 to email@example.com.
Distance Education Professional Development at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Continuing Studies is hiring an Online Instructor/Program Coordinator. We’re seeking a highly motivated, collaborative individual to work in a team environment to teach online continuing education courses about distance education and coordinate aspects of non-credit programming. This position will develop course content and coordinate functions for non-credit certificate programs and the Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning. This is a full time, on-site, non-tenure position. To ensure consideration please apply by April 15, 2013. For full description and application instructions, please see http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/WebListing/Unclassified/PVLSummary.aspx?pvl_num=76043
The University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) announces a national search for a Vice Provost for Online Learning and Distance Education. Reporting to the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost, the Vice Provost provides collaborative institutional leadership working with deans/chairs of academic units and faculty to develop online, blended, and distance learning academic programs, courses, and to ensure quality teaching standards in the online teaching/learning environment. The new Vice Provost will be expected to assume office on or about July 1, 2013. Download the Request for Applications and Nominations (pdf).
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