PhD in Information Science & Learning Technologies, Educational Technology or related field and 18 months experience designing & developing academic programs and professional development curriculum using learning & performance support technologies and learning management systems such as Blackboard and Canvas for diverse audiences (or MS + 4 yrs experience). Demonstrated ability to research & evaluate education programs & interventions for their effectiveness and efficiencies. Demonstrated ability working with intercultural engagement partners. Demonstrated ability working with new diversity organizations as well as leadership groups in higher education. Demonstrated ability with IRB protocols and procedures.
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Plan and conduct teacher/facilitator training programs and conferences dealing with new program procedures, instructional materials and equipment, and teaching aids. Confer with members of educational committees and advisory groups to obtain knowledge of subject areas and to relate curriculum materials to specific subjects, individual student needs, and occupational areas. Conduct or participate in workshops, committees, and conferences designed to promote the intellectual, social, and physical welfare of staff/faculty. Advise and teach students. Organize production and design of curriculum materials, including curriculum related to diversity training. Address public audiences to explain program objectives and to elicit support. Prepare grant proposals, budgets, and program policies and goals or assist in their preparation. Develop tests, questionnaires, and procedures that measure the effectiveness of curricula and use these tools to determine whether program objectives are being met. Develop instructional materials to be used by educators and instructors. Update the content of educational programs to ensure that students are being trained with equipment and processes that are technologically current. Develop classroom-based and distance learning training courses, using needs assessments and skill level analyses. Design, develop, and implement educational programming for Mizzou K-12 and non-Mizzou K-12 students. Guide university student interns; assist students in their self-development through the development of the Mizzou K-12 programs. Serve as an liaison for MU departments and organizations to further the outreach missions of Mizzou K-12. Develop community and international partnerships which support the sustainability of Mizzou K-12 programs and activities. Assist with the coordination of training, and educational programs in conjunction with other University departments, community partners. Plan and execute department-sponsored programs for the campus community; assist with the planning and leadership programs for departments and campus units; assist in the preparation and distribution of informational materials regarding the relevant events, activities, and schedules. Promote dialogue and aid in the interaction among groups that represent diversity on campus; facilitates, co-teaches, and/or participates in the delivery of credit and non-credit bearing intercultural educational experiences. Provide professional development, customized training and consulting services to MU departments in support of their educational programming. Serve on University-wide committees representing the diversity initiative; performs additional responsibilities as deemed appropriate by supervisors. Assist in research on diversity education and other related areas. Identify and measure cultural competence, expertise, and sensitivity in organizational structures. Design and develop student learning systems and professional development programs using instructional design and development theories, methodologies, and technologies using leraning management systems such as Blackboard or Canvas. Design, develop, and analyze needs assessment measurements for educational environments. Develop educational research methodologies and protocols, and use database management software, including Customer Relationship Management System (CRM) and Student Information Systems (SIS). Assists in research on diversity education and other related areas using Instututional Research Board (IRB) protocals and procedures. Assess effectiveness and efficiency of instruction according to ease of instructional technology use and student learning outcomes, knowledge transfer, and educational satisfaction. Develop measurement tools to evaluate the effectiveness of instruction or training interventions. Analyze performance data to determine effectiveness of instructional systems, courses, or instructional materials. Research and evaluate emerging instructional technologies or methods. Evaluate educational programs for their effectiveness and implement improvement processes. Analyze organizational environments and develop change processes to build capacity Use Adobe Suite generate instructional and other materials.
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