The Instructional Technologist will be responsible for partnering with individual faculty, and academic programs to conceptualize, design, develop, implement and evaluate the effectiveness of hybrid, blended and online technology enhanced course materials. The ideal candidate will develop, implement and manage digital projects for NYUCN faculty; will apply a deep knowledge of andragogical teaching/learning strategies to the creative use of technology to improve teaching and learning; and will assess tools to address faculty members’ instructional goals. In addition, the Instructional Technologist will train faculty in the use of the University’s academic technology tools as well as technologies available in classrooms.
Required Education: Bachelor’s degree.
Preferred Education: Master’s degree.
Preferred Experience: Experience in a higher education institution, especially developing and/or supporting research and teaching innovation. Prefer experience working with faculty and students in a higher education institution and development of e-learning tools. Collaborating with college faculty on application development. Developing and supporting complex, data-driven projects in a LAMP environment.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Knowledge of and ability to use still and video cameras. Must have an understanding of classroom technologies including networking, projectors and other media equipment typically found in networked classrooms. Must be comfortable and competent working with tclient-based operating systems: Apple Mac and iOS, MS Windows, and Android. Must be able to communicate information and ideas effectively.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Familiarity with Web 2.0 technologies such as Google APIs and working with PHP and relational databases (i.e. MySQL, SQLite). Experience with data visualization too
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