ITFORUM Notes for the Week of September 19, 2016

Notes for the Week of September 19, 2016

Hello ITFORUM,

It is a pretty quiet week. Please remember that registration for AECT is open and Las Vegas is in a little over a month.

Please let us know about any upcoming calls or proposals we have missed.

We hope you have a great week!

Scott J. Warren and Aysegul Gok
ITFORUM Moderator and ITFORUM AECT GSA Representative
itforumnow@gmail.com or scott.warren@unt.edu

 

ITFORUM News and Upcoming Events

ITFORUM Paper
If you are interested in having a paper up for discussion the last week in September, please contact Scott at scott.warren@unt.edu.

AECT News and Upcoming Events

2016 AECT Convention Registration

Learning From Las Vegas…
Westgate Resort and Casino
Las Vegas, Nevada

October 17 – October 21, 2016

SCHEDULE: Tue-Fri, October 18 – October 21 [Convention program]

Monday,Tuesday, and Friday (October 17, 18, and 21) [Workshops]

 

Other Conference Opportunities

 

1. Call for Papers: 3rd Immersive Learning Research Network Conference (iLRN) 2017

June 26th – 29, 2017

Coimbra, Portugal

https://immersivelrn.org/ilrn2017

Papers deadline: February 1, 2017

Special Track and Workshop Proposals Deadline: November 1, 2016

Join the growing network of immersive learning experts and practitioners from across the disciplines in beautiful Coimbra for iLRN 2017!

The 3rd Annual International Conference of the Immersive Learning Research Network will be an innovative hands-on and scholarly meeting for an emerging global network of developers, educators, and research professionals collaborating to develop the scientific, technical, and applied potential of immersive learning.

Continuing the previous success of iLRN events, this international conference series spans the topic range from innovative research, technologies and tools to successful services and products of immersive environments to foster learning, training and other activities in motivational and engaging ways. The objective is to uncover and discuss emerging trends and technologies, sound research and best practices, successful products and services within an international and interdisciplinary community. This includes but not limits its focus to virtual and augmented worlds, learning and motivational games, educational simulations, mixed/augmented reality, and related learning and teaching tools, techniques, technologies, and standards.

Important Dates 

·         Special Track and Workshop Proposals deadline: November 1st, 2016

·         Notification of Acceptance Special Tracks and Workshops: November 8th, 2016

·         Papers Submission deadline (Main Conference and Special Tracks): February 1st, 2017

·         Author notification of acceptance: March 15th, 2017

·         Camera-ready deadline: April 15th, 2017

·         Main conference and special tracks: June 26th – June 29th, 2016

 

Publishing Opportunities

 

  1. CALL FOR PAPERS: Special Issue on Makerspace Design

GUEST EDITORS
MARY JO DONDLINGER, JULIE MCLEOD, & CHRIS BIGENHO

According to the New Media Consortium, makerspaces are “informal workshop environments located in community facilities or education institutions where people gather to create prototypes or products in a collaborative, do-it-yourself setting.” The NMC Horizon Reports for K-12 Education and for Higher Education have listed makerspaces as “important developments” for the last 2-3 years (2014-2016). Also referred to as hackerspaces, hack labs, and fab labs, these community-oriented spaces provide tools and resources for innovators to carry out their ideas. Makerspaces have quickly risen to the forefront in the educational conversations, and many community organizations, schools, and institutions of higher education have created makerspaces in their facilities and campuses. Additionally, many are on the verge of developing a makerspace for their organization. While lists of equipment and supplies for makerspaces are readily available to those seeking to develop a makerspace, resources documenting the design of a makerspace, the philosophy that informed the design, or the programs implemented within a makerspace are considerably less plentiful. This special issue of makerspace design cases is intended to fill that void. Design cases do not present the findings of research; instead they express a form of knowledge- building regarding design, as detailed below.

Recognizing that a makerspace can be as unique as the organization that creates it, we invite design cases on makerspaces in community, K-12, and university settings. Given that the spirit of the maker movement is to organically support new ways of thinking and problem solving through hands-on design, construction, and iteration, makerspaces in all their variety are spaces designed for various learning or thinking moves to occur. Thus, manuscripts should chronicle the learning intended to take place in the designed makerspace, rather than solely the design of the makerspace itself. Design cases should share the design thinking that went into the design of the space, including the successes and failures of the design in supporting learning by making. The following are some examples of design cases on makerspaces:

  • Design of a makerspace, including the philosophy that drove the design: The makerspaces that support Stanford d.school’s Design Thinking and Harvard’s “Agency by Design” project differ philosophically from STEM labs and fab labs, which may also differ from spaces that could be called hackerspaces or hack labs. All of these spaces differ from the traditional “shop” spaces, in which making occurred, but the focus was developing skills in woodworking or crafting metal, rather than designing solutions to complex interrelated problems.
  • Makerspaces designed to support specific kinds of thinking and learning: A variety of learning theories underpin learning by making and/or learning by designing (constructionism, constructivism, etc.). Nevertheless, decisions made in the design of a space will support or lead to different kinds of making and thus learning. Some makerspaces are designed to broadly support creativity and innovation; others are more narrowly focused on computational thinking and problem solving.
  • Designs for learning in makerspaces or makerspace- based learning design: Cases chronicling the design of learning activities within a makerspace or cases exploring the unique philosophy of learning through apprenticeship models, just-in-time learning, and informal self-directed learning.
  • Iterative process of design of and in makerspaces: The design of makerspaces and the programs implemented in them typically follow iterative processes. Cases that highlight this iterative process where the maker mindset informed the design of the space and/or program(s) for the space, including how they evolved over time with subsequent iterations.
  • Other aspects of makerspaces: how design happens, how constraints come into play, design collaboration, tinkering, designing for the youngest makers, etc.

http://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/ijdl

SUBMISSION TYPES

FULL DESIGN CASE

5000-7000+ words, with as many multimedia and/or visual elements as available. The goal of this submission is equally to explain the experience of the design, visually and textually, and to explain how it came to be the way that it is. Authors are invited to submit design cases for experiences or materials they have created themselves. However, the descriptive case can come through interviews with designers, stakeholders, and/ or users, analysis of related artifacts surrounding the design/ design process, or reconstruction based on previously published marketing and/ or academic materials. Your abstract should include the targeted design, its relevance, and any resources you will need to locate.

BRIEF DESIGN CASE

500-1500 words, a primarily visual presentation of a design with accompanying text used to annotate and explain the artifact and its experience as depicted in the images and/or video. Your abstract should include the targeted design, and any existing resources that you are aware of.

IMPORTANT DEADLINES
October 3, 2016 Submit full paper / brief paper
March 31, 2017 Final manuscripts
May 31, 2017 Projected publication

Author Guidelines are available at http://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/ijdl/about/submissions#authorGuidelines

Articles should be submitted using the article template available a thttp://scholarworks.iu.edu/ijdlcontent/ijdlfiles/IJDLTemplate.doc

Questions should be sent to Drs. Mary Jo Dondlinger (MaryJo.Dondlinger@tamuc.edu), Julie McLeod (juliekmcleod@gmail.com, and Chris Bigenho (cbigenho.unt@gmail.com).

Learning Opportunities

If you have other courses, webinars, or other educational opportunities of interest, please submit them to the Forum and they will be included in the weekly email.

 

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ITFORUM Employment Listings for the Week of September 19, 2016

Jobs of Interest

If you have a job relevant to ITFORUM that you would like to post, please do so. The following were culled from the last week.


From the AERA Online Jobs Board

Professor of Comparative and International Education and Leadershi Soka University of AmericAliso Viejo, CA, United States

Professor of Educational Psychology and Assessment Soka University of AmericaAliso Viejo, CA, United States

PRINCIPAL STEM3 ACADEMY The Help GroupValley Glen, CA, United States

Assistant Professor Ontario Institute for Studies in EducationToronto, NA, Canada

Assistant Professor University of Notre DameSouth Bend, United States, United States

Assistant Professor of Education (elementary literacy focus) Millsaps CollegeJackson, MS, United States

Assessment Development Manager American Nurses AssociationSilver Spring, MD, United States

MULTIPLE TENURE-TRACK POSITIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION Texas State University – Curriculum and InstuctionSan Marcos, TX, United States

Assistant/Assoicate Professor University of Oregon, College of EducationEugene, OR, United States

Deputy Executive Director U.S. Department of EducationWashington, DC, United States

Assistant Professor Research on the Challenges of Acquiring Language & LiteracyAtlanta, GA, US

Assistant/Associate Professor/Senior Faculty Position The University of WashingtonSeattle, WA, United States

Assistant/Associate Professor University of Colorado DenverDenver, CO, United States

Director University of Alabama – School of Library & Information StudiesTuscaloosa, AL, United States


From HigherEdJobs

Professor of Comparative and International Education and Leadershi Soka University of AmericAliso Viejo, CA, United States

Professor of Educational Psychology and Assessment Soka University of AmericaAliso Viejo, CA, United States

PRINCIPAL STEM3 ACADEMY The Help GroupValley Glen, CA, United States

Assistant Professor Ontario Institute for Studies in EducationToronto, NA, Canada

Assistant Professor University of Notre DameSouth Bend, United States, United States

Assistant Professor of Education (elementary literacy focus) Millsaps CollegeJackson, MS, United States

Assessment Development Manager American Nurses AssociationSilver Spring, MD, United States

MULTIPLE TENURE-TRACK POSITIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION Texas State University – Curriculum and InstuctionSan Marcos, TX, United States

Assistant/Assoicate Professor University of Oregon, College of EducationEugene, OR, United States

Deputy Executive Director U.S. Department of EducationWashington, DC, United States

Assistant Professor Research on the Challenges of Acquiring Language & LiteracyAtlanta, GA, United States

Assistant/Associate Professor/Senior Faculty Position The University of WashingtonSeattle, WA, United States

Assistant/Associate Professor University of Colorado DenverDenver, CO, United States

Director University of Alabama – School of Library & Information StudiesTuscaloosa, AL, US

Assistant or Associate Professor in Educational Technology Iowa State University Ames, IA

Information Technology Instructor South Louisiana Community College Lafayette, LA

Educational Technology: Adjunct Hiring Pool University of Northern Colorado Greeley, CO

Assistant Professor of Technology State University of New York at Oswego Oswego, NY

10935 – Program Chair – Master of Education in Instructional Technology Program University of Maryland University College Largo, MD

Instructor, Engineering Coast Community College District Costa Mesa, CA


 

From the Vitae

Instructional Designer Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Training and Development Specialist (Coordinator) Kansas State University, Kansas

Instructor, Welding Technology (Time-Limited) Guilford Technical Community College, North Carolina

Senior Director, CTY Online Programs Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Instructional Support Associate – Full Time – Grant Position Cedar Valley College, Texas

Coordinator, Instructional Labs Richland College, Texas

ASSISTANT | ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH Columbus State University, Georgia

Assistant Professor of Management (Strategy) Kansas State University, Kansas

Instructional Designer Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania

Faculty, Instructional Design & Technology UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, Virginia

Director of the Botanic Garden Smith College, Massachusetts

Assistant Professor Kettering University, Michigan

Instructor, English (Adjunct) Guilford Technical Community College, North Carolina

Instructor, Nursing (Simulation Lead) Guilford Technical Community College, North Carolina

Vice-President of Academic Success Alamo Colleges, Texas

Curator of Student Exhibitions and Programs Virginia Commonwealth University – VCU, Virginia

Associate Professor California Lutheran University, California

Associate Dean, Student Equity Coordinator San Diego Community College District, California

Research Specialist Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Academic Technology Consultant Bates College, Maine

Director for the Teaching & Learning Center Oregon Health & Science University, Oregon

Clinical Assistant Professor The University of Florida, Florida

Chief Information Officer Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences, Washington

Assistant Professor Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Curriculum Analyst San Diego Community College District, California

Lecturer/Sr. Lecturer/Master Lecturer The University of Florida, Florida

Diversity Recruiter – Human Resources Portland Community College, Oregon

EOPS/CARE Program Director West Valley-Mission Community College District, California

NYU Center for the Humanities Diversity Postdoctoral Fellowship New York University, New York

Assistant Professor of Environmental Education Western Washington University, Department of Environmental Studies, Washington

Retention Specialist (Student Services Professional II) Cal State Fullerton University, California

Assistant Vice President of Diversity, Inclusion and Equity Cal State Fullerton University, California

Accreditation and Assessment Coordinator – Tenure-Track Cal State Fullerton University, California

Director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion / Senior Diversity Officer University of Wisconsin – Superior, Wisconsin

Instructional Designer OSU Extended Campus, Oregon

Instructional Designer Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Instructional Designer for Online Learning Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Instructional Designer-JWMI Strayer University, Virginia

Instructional Design Manager University of Wisconsin – Parkside, Wisconsin

Instructional Teaching Associate Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Instructional Technologist Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Director, Center for Learning Design Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT SPECIALIST University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley, Texas

Global Learning Curriculum Integration Specialist Miami University, Ohio

HCI Electronics Designer Ball State University, Indiana

Course Support Specialist Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

USMx Program Director University of Maryland University College, Maryland

Student Assistant – Graphic Artist University of the Incarnate Word, Texas

Simulation Educator Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Director, Center for Digital and Media Initiatives Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Professional Educator, Physician Training & Educational Research Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

ACADEMIC PROGRAM COORDINATOR UC Hastings College of the Law, California

Director of Online Initiatives and Educational Technology Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Data Analyst Virginia Community College System, Virginia

Sr. Education Research Consultant Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Vice Chancellor for Information Technology Tarrant County College District, Texas

Computer & Tech Specialist Miami University, Ohio

Chief Information Officer Lehigh Carbon Community College, Pennsylvania

Assistant Professor of Literacy Education SUNY Oswego, New York

Autism Teacher Johns Hopkins University, New York

Sr. Research Analyst Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

First-Year Innovation & Research Experience Assistant Clinical Professor Position in Computer Science University of Maryland College Park, Maryland

Content Reader – Data Structures & Algorithms Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Faculty (Tenure-Track Assistant Professor) Negotiations & Conflict Management University of Baltimore, Maryland

Adjunct Faculty – Generalist Clinician OTA (Occupational Therapy Asst) (160048) Polk State College, Florida

Sr. Research Program Supervisor Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Racial Inequality Postdoctoral Research Associate Brown University – Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America, Rhode Island

Department Head Kansas State University, Kansas

Accounts Payable Officer Virginia Community College System, Virginia

Research Assistant Professor The University of Florida, Florida

Director of Research Services University of California, Riverside, California

Sr. Research Program Coordinator Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

CO Sr. Research Program Coordinator Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Assistant Professor-Writing Arts Rowan University, New Jersey

PROGRAM COORDINATOR University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley, Texas

Assistant Professor, Quantitative Psychology (Tenure Track) California State University, Sacramento, California

STEM Program Coordinator United States Naval Academy, Non Appropriated Funds (NAF), Maryland

Clinical Mental Health Counseling – Tenure Track California State University, Fullerton, California

Transcript Evaluator OSU Extended Campus, Oregon

Infant/Toddler Lead Teacher Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Research Specialist Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Pre-School/Pre-Kindergarten Lead Teacher Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Accreditation and Assessment Coordinator – Tenure-Track California State University, Fullerton, California

Multimedia Technician Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Sr. Technical Support Analyst Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Academic Program Spec I The University of Florida, Florida

Clinical Assistant Professor The University of Florida, Florida

FULL-TIME FACULTY POSITION IN FILM, VIDEO, NEW MEDIA, AND ANIMATION The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois

Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Journalism Boston College, Massachusetts

Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of Information Studies University of Texas at Austin School of Information, Texas

Curriculum Specialist in Bioinformatics Michigan State University, Michigan

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs University of Montevallo, Alabama

Assistant/Associate VP of Marketing & Communications Roger Williams University, Rhode Island

Executive Assistant to the Chief of Staff Portland Community College, Oregon

Assistant Professor – Early Childhood Education SUNY College at Cortland, New York

Discovery Services Librarian Kenyon College, Ohio

Applications Development Manager University of Wisconsin – Whitewater, Wisconsin

Assistant/Associate Professor EMT University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Tennessee

Instructional Design/Program Specialist Harper College, Illinois

Online Course Writer/Designer Husson University, Maine

Director of Educational Development – Internal Medicine Residency Cleveland Clinic, Ohio

Director, School of Human Performance and Master of Athletic Training Program Midland University, Nebraska

Special Education Open Rank, Tenured/Tenure Track UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, Virginia

JHU Center for Technology in Education – Project Administrator Johns Hopkins University, Maryland

Application Systems Analytical Programmer Senior/SQL Server Developer West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, West Virginia

SFP-Program Technician Los Angeles Community College District, California

Learning Coordinator University of Colorado Boulder Libraries, Colorado

Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Studies Caifornia State University, Monterey Bay, California

 

Adjunct Professor, Web Development and Digital Media Johnson County Community College, Kansas

Assistant Professor The University of Florida, Florida

Prospect Strategy Analyst The University of Florida, Florida

Open Rank Tenure Track Faculty – Higher Education and Student Affairs The University of Iowa College of Education, Iowa

Assessment/Testing Office Supervisor El Camino College, California

Instructional Lab Technician / LOFT San Diego Community College District, California

Assistant Professor, African American Literature – 2 Positions Towson University, Maryland

Continuing Education Instructor, Parent Education/Learning Center, Interdisciplinary Studies San Diego Community College District, California

Instructional Laboratory Coordinator, Dental Program Contra Costa Community College District, California

Associate Professor/Chair, Educational Studies&Teacher Prep Fairfield University, Connecticut

Associate provost for Institutional Research and Assessment Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey

Assistant Professor in Elementary Education The University of Alabama, Huntsville, Alabama

Director of Career Engagement Furman University, South Carolina

Dean of Sciences Pima Community College District, Arizona

Assistant Professor of Technical Communication Illinois State University, Illinois


 

From the ATD Online Jobs Board

Learning and Organizational Development Specialist Denver WaterDenver, CO, US

Instructional Designer Terumo BCTLakewood, CO, United States

Principal Training & Development Specialist – Troy, MI RaytheonTroy, MI, US

Curriculum Development Program Manager Cox Communications, Inc.Atlanta, GA, US

Math Curriculum Designer IXL LearningSan Mateo, CA, United States

Instructional Technologist Johns Hopkins UniversityElkdridge, MD, United States

Emerging Pedagogies Strategist and Instructional Designer Virginia TechVA, US

Instructional Systems Designer AECOMNorfolk, VA, United States

Instructional Designer ConfidentialDC, United States

ITFORUM Weekly Email – Week of September 12, 2016

Notes for the Week of September 12, 2016

Hello ITFORUM,

Remember that registration for AECT is open and Las Vegas is in a little over a month.

Coming up this week in terms of deadlines:

  1. HKAECT-AECT 2017 Summer International Research Symposium – Hong Kong, China – Submission Deadline is Sept 15, 2016
  2. iConference 2017 – Wuhan, China – March 22-25, 2017 – Submission Deadline is September 16, 2016
  3. The Designers for Learning MOOC on instructional design begins today!

Please let us know about any upcoming calls or proposals we have missed.

We hope you have a great week!

Scott J. Warren and Aysegul Gok
ITFORUM Moderator and ITFORUM AECT GSA Representative
itforumnow@gmail.com or scott.warren@unt.edu

 

ITFORUM News and Upcoming Events

ITFORUM Paper
If you are interested in having a paper up for discussion the last week in September or October, please contact Scott at scott.warren@unt.edu.

AECT News and Upcoming Events

  1. Call for Papers: HKAECT-AECT 2017 Summer International Research Symposium
    Submission Deadline Sept 15, 2016

The Organizing Committee of HKAECT-AECT 2017 cordially invites you to join the HKAECT-AECT 2017 Summer Research Symposium on “New Ecology for Education: Communication X Learning.” With the advances in information and communication technology, the Internet and new media are enabling the emergence of new mechanisms of human networking as well as communications which are shaped by, yet also shape the development of educational practices.  With all sorts of information on the web, teachers may wonder what their roles should be. They may no longer be the ones they used to be and need to re-define their roles in the communication and learning processes.  The aim of the Symposium is to unpack the complex interactions between communication and learning that are represented by the symbol “X” in the title of the theme.

Download the Full PDF Call Papers.
Website: http://www.hkaect.org/hkaect-aect-2017

  1. 3rd Annual Emerging Technologies Showcase Call for Participants

This showcase invites AECT members to share their work at the 2016 conference. The full call is at: http://bit.ly/EmergingTechShowcase

Questions may be addressed to Tutaleni I. Asino (tutaleni.asino@okstate.edu).

  1. 2016 AECT Convention Registration

Learning From Las Vegas…
Westgate Resort and Casino
Las Vegas, Nevada

October 17 – October 21, 2016

SCHEDULE: Tue-Fri, October 18 – October 21 [Convention program]

Monday,Tuesday, and Friday (October 17, 18, and 21) [Workshops]

Other Conference Opportunities

  1. iConference 2017

iConference 2017 | Effect • Expand • Evolve: Global Collaboration Across the Information Community

Wuhan, China
March 22-25, 2017
Deadline is  September 16, 2016

Conference website: http://ischools.org/the-iconference/
Conference submissions site: https://www.conftool.com/iConference2017/

We are now accepting submissions for iConference 2017, our twelfth annual gathering of scholars, researchers and professionals who share an interest in the critical information issues of contemporary information society.  
iConference 2017 takes place March 22-25, 2017, in Wuhan, China. The theme of this first-ever Asia-based iConference is “Effect • Expand • Evolve: Global Collaboration Across the Information Community.”
Authors and organizers can now submit materials using our secure submissions website: https://www.conftool.com/iConference2017/. The official proceedings will be published in the open access Illinois Digital Environment for Access to Learning and Scholarship (IDEALS). 
The iConference 2017 is jointly hosted by the Wuhan University School of Information Management and Korea’s Sungkyunkwan University Library & Information Science and Data Science Department. The 3,500-year-old city of Wuhan represents a combination of ancient culture and modern living, and conference participants are assured a memorable and rewarding experience.
As always, the iConference will include peer-reviewed papers, posters, workshops and sessions for interaction and engagement, interspersed with multiple opportunities for networking. Early career and next generation researchers can engage in the Doctoral Student Colloquium and Early Career Colloquium.
New this year are special conference programs focused on iSchool Best Practices, and also on iSchools and Industry Partnership. In addition, there will be a special track for papers originating in China.
The iConference brings together scholars and researchers addressing critical information issues in contemporary society. The iConference pushes the boundaries of information studies, explores core concepts and ideas, and creates new technological and conceptual configurations—all shaping interdisciplinary discourses. Affiliation with a member iSchool is not required—all information scholars, researchers, and practitioners are encouraged to make submissions. Visit our website for more information, including sample topics and links to past proceedings: http://ischools.org/the-iconference/

The iConference is presented by the iSchools organization (www.ischools.org), a worldwide association of information schools dedicated to advancing the information field, and preparing students to meet the information challenges of the 21st Century. The event is sponsored by Microsoft Research, and other sponsorships are available.

2. Call for Papers: 3rd Immersive Learning Research Network Conference (iLRN) 2017

June 26th – 29, 2017

Coimbra, Portugal

https://immersivelrn.org/ilrn2017

Papers deadline: February 1, 2017

Special Track and Workshop Proposals Deadline: November 1, 2016

Join the growing network of immersive learning experts and practitioners from across the disciplines in beautiful Coimbra for iLRN 2017!

The 3rd Annual International Conference of the Immersive Learning Research Network will be an innovative hands-on and scholarly meeting for an emerging global network of developers, educators, and research professionals collaborating to develop the scientific, technical, and applied potential of immersive learning.

Continuing the previous success of iLRN events, this international conference series spans the topic range from innovative research, technologies and tools to successful services and products of immersive environments to foster learning, training and other activities in motivational and engaging ways. The objective is to uncover and discuss emerging trends and technologies, sound research and best practices, successful products and services within an international and interdisciplinary community. This includes but not limits its focus to virtual and augmented worlds, learning and motivational games, educational simulations, mixed/augmented reality, and related learning and teaching tools, techniques, technologies, and standards.

Topics of interest in the context of immersive environments for the main conference include:

•     Immersive Technologies, Systems and Devices

•     Natural and Built Environments as Immersive Learning Spaces

•     Cognitive and Pedagogical Analysis

•     The Psychological and Embodied Nature of Immersion

•     Learning and Training Applications

•     Non-leisure Games and Gamification

•     A Glance into the Future: Innovations, Challenges and Applications

•     Games and Entertainment

•     Art and Creativity

•     Cultural Heritage

Important Dates 

  • Special Track and Workshop Proposals deadline: November 1st, 2016
  • Notification of Acceptance Special Tracks and Workshops: November 8th, 2016
  • Papers Submission deadline (Main Conference and Special Tracks):February 1st, 2017
  • Author notification of acceptance:March 15th, 2017
  • Camera-ready deadline:April 15th, 2017
  • Main conference and special tracks: June 26th – June 29th, 2016

Publishing Opportunities

  1. CALL FOR PAPERS: Special Issue on Makerspace Design

GUEST EDITORS
MARY JO DONDLINGER, JULIE MCLEOD, & CHRIS BIGENHO

According to the New Media Consortium, makerspaces are “informal workshop environments located in community facilities or education institutions where people gather to create prototypes or products in a collaborative, do-it-yourself setting.” The NMC Horizon Reports for K-12 Education and for Higher Education have listed makerspaces as “important developments” for the last 2-3 years (2014-2016). Also referred to as hackerspaces, hack labs, and fab labs, these community-oriented spaces provide tools and resources for innovators to carry out their ideas. Makerspaces have quickly risen to the forefront in the educational conversations, and many community organizations, schools, and institutions of higher education have created makerspaces in their facilities and campuses. Additionally, many are on the verge of developing a makerspace for their organization. While lists of equipment and supplies for makerspaces are readily available to those seeking to develop a makerspace, resources documenting the design of a makerspace, the philosophy that informed the design, or the programs implemented within a makerspace are considerably less plentiful. This special issue of makerspace design cases is intended to fill that void. Design cases do not present the findings of research; instead they express a form of knowledge- building regarding design, as detailed below.
Recognizing that a makerspace can be as unique as the organization that creates it, we invite design cases on makerspaces in community, K-12, and university settings. Given that the spirit of the maker movement is to organically support new ways of thinking and problem solving through hands-on design, construction, and iteration, makerspaces in all their variety are spaces designed for various learning or thinking moves to occur. Thus, manuscripts should chronicle the learning intended to take place in the designed makerspace, rather than solely the design of the makerspace itself. Design cases should share the design thinking that went into the design of the space, including the successes and failures of the design in supporting learning by making. The following are some examples of design cases on makerspaces:

Design of a makerspace, including the philosophy that drove the design: The makerspaces that support Stanford d.school’s Design Thinking and Harvard’s “Agency by Design” project differ philosophically from STEM labs and fab labs, which may also differ from spaces that could be called hackerspaces or hack labs. All of these spaces differ from the traditional “shop” spaces, in which making occurred, but the focus was developing skills in woodworking or crafting metal, rather than designing solutions to complex interrelated problems.

  • Makerspaces designed to support specific kinds of thinking and learning: A variety of learning theories underpin learning by making and/or learning by designing (constructionism, constructivism, etc.). Nevertheless, decisions made in the design of a space will support or lead to different kinds of making and thus learning. Some makerspaces are designed to broadly support creativity and innovation; others are more narrowly focused on computational thinking and problem solving.
  • Designs for learning in makerspaces or makerspace- based learning design: Cases chronicling the design of learning activities within a makerspace or cases exploring the unique philosophy of learning through apprenticeship models, just-in-time learning, and informal self-directed learning.
  • Iterative process of design of and in makerspaces: The design of makerspaces and the programs implemented in them typically follow iterative processes. Cases that highlight this iterative process where the maker mindset informed the design of the space and/or program(s) for the space, including how they evolved over time with subsequent iterations.
  • Other aspects of makerspaces: how design happens, how constraints come into play, design collaboration, tinkering, designing for the youngest makers, etc.

http://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/ijdl

SUBMISSION TYPES

FULL DESIGN CASE
5000-7000+ words, with as many multimedia and/or visual elements as available. The goal of this submission is equally to explain the experience of the design, visually and textually, and to explain how it came to be the way that it is. Authors are invited to submit design cases for experiences or materials they have created themselves. However, the descriptive case can come through interviews with designers, stakeholders, and/ or users, analysis of related artifacts surrounding the design/ design process, or reconstruction based on previously published marketing and/ or academic materials. Your abstract should include the targeted design, its relevance, and any resources you will need to locate.

BRIEF DESIGN CASE
500-1500 words, a primarily visual presentation of a design with accompanying text used to annotate and explain the artifact and its experience as depicted in the images and/or video. Your abstract should include the targeted design, and any existing resources that you are aware of.

IMPORTANT DEADLINES
October 3, 2016 Submit full paper / brief paper
March 31, 2017 Final manuscripts
May 31, 2017 Projected publication

Author Guidelines are available at http://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/ijdl/about/submissions#authorGuidelines

Articles should be submitted using the article template available a thttp://scholarworks.iu.edu/ijdlcontent/ijdlfiles/IJDLTemplate.doc

Questions should be sent to Drs. Mary Jo Dondlinger (MaryJo.Dondlinger@tamuc.edu), Julie McLeod (juliekmcleod@gmail.com, and Chris Bigenho (cbigenho.unt@gmail.com). 

Media to Learn From

http://trendsandissues.com/2016/09/08/episode-70-trends-for-august-22-september-7-vr-content-cools-moocs-and-security-issues/

 

Learning Opportunities

If you have other courses, webinars, or other educational opportunities of interest, please submit them to the Forum and they will be included in the weekly email.

Designers for Learning New MOOC begins today, September 12
Enrollment is open for the next free open service course managed by Designers for Learning, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in the United States that coordinates service-learning opportunities for those who want to gain experience creating instruction to support important social causes. This 12-week course will take place September 12 – December 4, 2016 on Canvas Network, a massive open online course (MOOC) platform. Enroll now for free, or check out the frequently asked questions page on our website for details about the course.

Over 2,000 participants enrolled in the prior implementation of this free course that centers on the design and development of open educational resources (OER) for adult basic education (ABE). In this project-based MOOC, participants network with others in the adult education and instructional design fields, and gain instructional design experience while developing educational materials that will be made available for free to adult educators and learners on OER Commons and Canvas Commons.

This free service-MOOC offers a guided experiential learning opportunity for those seeking instructional design professional development, as well as an authentic real-world project for faculty and students within instructional design programs. Instructional design students and faculty, please note this open service-MOOC is a great opportunity for students to gain instructional design experience as part of a class, practicum, design portfolio, or other program requirement.

What is the course focus?

This project-based course focuses on a real-world instructional need. As a participant in this course, you will design and develop open educational resources for adult basic education. You will begin the design process by dissecting the adult basic education design scenario to explore key aspects of the opportunity. As part of the instructional design project, you will describe your instructional solution within a written design proposal assignment, and then develop a prototype that will be the subject of a round of formative evaluation. As the final assignment, you will submit a complete unit of instruction that includes all necessary content presentation, learner practice, and assessment materials.

ITFORUM Employment Listings for the Week of September 12, 2016

Jobs of Interest

If you have a job relevant to ITFORUM that you would like to post, please do so.

The following were found during the last week.


From the AERA Online Jobs Board

Director
University of Alabama – School of Library & Information StudiesTuscaloosa, AL, US

Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Learning and Cognition
Natural History Museum of UtahSalt Lake City, UT, United States

Faculty, Secondary and Higher Education (Secondary Pedagogy & Assessment), Full-Time, Tenure-Track, Fall, 2017
Salem State UniversitySalem, MA, United States

Curriculum Specialist
The Help Group STEM3Valley Glen, CA, United States

Learning Evaluation Analyst
ConfidentialWashington, DC, United States

Advanced Assistant or Associate Professor (Tenure Line)
University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)Baltimore, MD, United States

Assistant Professor of Educational Studies/Elementary Education
Rhodes CollegeMemphis, TN, US

Tenure-track faculty positions
Queen’s UniversityKingston, ON, Canada

Associate or Full Professor with Tenure in Educational Policy
Vanderbilt University-Peabody CollegeNashville, TN, United States

Assistant / Associate Professor of Postsecondary Leadership, School of Strategic Leadership Studies
School of Strategic Leadership Studies, James Madison UniversityHarrisonburg, VA, United States

Sr. Education Research Consultant
Johns Hopkins UniversityBaltimore, MD, United States

Research Associate, Seeds of Change Initiative
Clayman Institute for Gender ResearchStanford, CA, US

Associate Director of Learning Outcomes Assessment
Howard Community CollegeColumbia, MD, US

Division Director of Teacher Preparation
Arizona State UniversityTempe, AZ, United States

Assistant /Associate Professor – Marketing – Tenure Track
Arizona State UniversityTempe, AZ, US

Pinnacle West Presidential Chair for Teacher Education
Arizona State UniversityTempe, AZ, US


From HigherEdJobs

Instructional Designer
Marylhurst University, Marylhurst, OR

Instructional Technologist
Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN

Instructional Designer
Houston Community College, Houston, TX

Director, Center for Digital and Media Initiatives
Johns Hopkins University, Elkridge, MD

Video Production Specialist
Coast Community College District Costa Mesa, CA

Learning Technologies Librarian
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

Instructional Multimedia Developer/Videographer
University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

Subject Matter Expert – Systems Engineering
Career Education Corporation Online/Remote

Subject Matter Expert – Computer Engineering
Career Education Corporation Online/Remote

Instructional Designer / Writer
Savannah College of Art and Design-Savannah Campus, Savannah, GA

Instructional Assistant – Costuming and Makeup (60%)
Los Rios Community College District, Sacramento, CA

Director – Online Experiential Learning
Northeastern University, Boston, MA

Online Content Developer
University of California, Davis, Sacramento, CA

Instructional Designer / Development Specialist
The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

Instructional Designer
Hillsborough Community College, Tampa, FL

Video Operations Team Lead
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

BCOE Instructional Designer
Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA

Instructional Designer
York College of Pennsylvania, York, PA

Instructional Designer
George Mason University, Fairfax, VA

Manager of Digital Learning
Harvard University, Boston, MA

Director of Curriculum Teachers College
Western Governors University, Salt Lake City, UT

Director of Curriculum General Education
Western Governors University, Salt Lake City, UT

Instructional Designer
Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO

DIGITAL LEARNING DESIGNER, SPH School of Public Health, Education (8472/I0116) Boston University, Boston, MA

Instructional Design Specialist (Manager 170) – Distance Education
West Chester University, West Chester, PA


From the Vitae

Graphic Designer
Utah Valley University, Utah

Digital Technology, Graphics, and Design Studio Tenure-Track Assistant Professor or Professor of Practice
University of Notre Dame, Indiana

Reference & Instruction Librarian
Texas Wesleyan University, Texas

Chair and Faculty Positions for the 2017-2018 Academic Year
Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia

Health Sciences Librarian
Clemson University, South Carolina

Director of Instructional Technology Support Services (ITSS)
California State University, Long Beach, California

Lab Manager II – Engineering Technology
Utah Valley University, Utah

Japan Digital Scholarship Librarian Harvard University – Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Massachusetts

Foundational Mathematics Faculty, Full-Time
Community College of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Technician – AV Specialist/Events Manager
Utah Valley University, Utah

Assistant Professor of Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology
Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania

Finance, Undergraduate School – Adjunct Faculty
University of Maryland University College, Maryland

Assistant Coordinator
Intramurals Utah Valley University, Utah

Financial Aid Assistant – Advising
Johnson County Community College, Kansas

Networking Faculty, Full-Time
Community College of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Dean of Institutional Effectiveness
Kern Community College District, California

Salem Professorship in Global Practice (Endowed Professorship)
Boston College, School of Social Work, Massachusetts

TEACHING PROFESSOR POSITION DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOR
University of California, Irvine Department of Psychology and Social Behavior, California

Assistant Professor/Coordinator, Student Activities (Riverside City College)
Riverside Community College District, California

Transition Technology Training Associate
Virginia Commonwealth University – VCU, Virginia

Assistant Director, Career Education
George Mason University, Virginia

Instructional Designer
Weber State University, Utah

Senior Learning Consultant
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin

Assistant Provost and Director, Office of Institutional Effectiveness
Loyola University Chicago, Illinois

Director of Academic Technology
Wake Forest University, North Carolina

Dean of Humanities
El Camino College, California

Department Chair & Professor – College of Journalism and Communications
University of Florida – UFL, Florida

Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/ Professor
Kansas State University, Kansas

Assistant Director for Information Resources
Columbia University Health Sciences Library, New York

Dean of Instruction (Languages, Humanities
Riverside Community College District, California

Alternate Media Formats Technician AT(Assistive Technology) Trainer – Jobshare
Portland Community College, Oregon

Public Services Librarian
Indiana University Bloomington Libraries, Indiana

Workforce Solutions Coordinator
Mid-State Technical College, Wisconsin

Basic Skills Transformation Grant Director
College of the Sequoias, California

Assistant Dean for Administration in the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
North Carolina A&T State University, North Carolina

Manager, SCE Career Technical Education
North Orange County Community College District, California

Video Production Specialist
Golden West College, California

Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin

Professional Academic Advisor
Kansas State University, Kansas

Career Coach – Career Pathways – 3 positions
Portland Community College, Oregon

Assistant Professor – Economics of International Development
The University of Florida, Florida

Director Disabled Student Programs & Services/CalWORKs
Merced Community College District, California

Program Coordinator – Integral Counseling Psychology
California Institute of Integral Studies, California

Interim Vice Chancellor, Human Resources
Kern Community College District, California

IT Professional II
The University of Florida, Florida

Research Assistant Scientist
The University of Florida, Florida

Head of the Center for Faculty & Staff Initiatives and Engagement
The University of Kansas, Kansas

Assistant Professor Multimedia Film and Production
Georgia Southern University, Georgia

Assistant or Associate Professor in Educational Technology
Iowa State University, Iowa

Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/ Professor
Kansas State University, Kansas

Staff – Associate Dean of Library Services
South Texas College, Texas

Chair Department of English and Modern Languages
University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Maryland

Vice President of Academic Affairs
College of Southern Nevada , Nevada

Director – External Affairs
Georgia Southern University, Georgia

Assistant or Associate Professors – School of Public Service
Boise State University, Idaho

Research Scientist
North Carolina A&T State University, North Carolina

Assistant Professor in Elementary Social Studies Education
Iowa State University, Iowa

Computer Science Assistant Professor
Contra Costa Community College District, California

Library Instruction Program Coordinator
UC Santa Barbara Library, California

Assistant Professor in Media and Communication Design
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), New Jersey

Instructor, Computer Integrated Machining
Guilford Technical Community College, North Carolina

Faculty Position – Athletic Training Program
Baldwin Wallace University, Ohio

Programmer
Coast Community College District, California

Data Management Analyst II
The University of Florida, Florida

Instructor, Computer Technologies (Networking)
Technical Community College, North Carolina

Clinical Professor
The University of Florida, Florida (Posted 09/06/16)

Regional Extension Specialist (Colby, Kansas)
Kansas State University, Kansas

Associate Professor
Ball State University, Indiana

Teacher Education / K-8 Curriculum
Cal State Fullerton University, California

Assistant Professor
The University of Florida, Florida

HSE Program Specialist – CUNY Fatherhood Academy
CUNY LaGuardia Community College, New York

Specially Funded Program (SFP) Program Technician
Los Angeles Community College District, California

Tenure-Track Faculty Employment Opportunities 2017-18
San Jose State University, California

Copy Cataloger and Quality Control Assistant
The University of Florida, Florida

Computer Center Assistant (Part-time)
Orange Coast College, California

Outreach & Recruitment Specialist, First In The World (FITW)
Grant Lee College, Texas

Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, College of Education (Student Services Professional IV) Cal State Fullerton University, California

Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, College of Humanities and Social Sciences (Student Services Professional IV)
Cal State Fullerton University, California

Teacher Education / Curriculum
Cal State Fullerton University, California

Visiting Assistant Professor of Health Sciences (Nutrition)
Stetson University, Florida

Director of Government Relations
Southern Oregon University, Oregon

College President
College of Alameda, California

College President (Laney College)
Laney College, California

Faculty Counselor (Tenure Track)
Pierce College, Washington


From the ATD Online Jobs Board

Senior Learning Designer and Developer
Affiliates Risk Management Services, Inc. – New York, NY, United States

 

Employment Listings for the Week of September 5, 2016

Jobs of Interest

If you have a job relevant to ITFORUM that you would like to post, please do so. The following were culled from the last week.


From the AERA Online Jobs Board

Sr. Education Research Consultant
Johns Hopkins University – Baltimore, MD, United States

Research Associate, Seeds of Change Initiative
Clayman Institute for Gender Research – Stanford, CA, United States

Associate Director of Learning Outcomes Assessment
Howard Community College – Columbia, MD, United States

PRINCIPAL STEM3 ACADEMY
The Help Group – Valley Glen, CA, United States

Division Director of Teacher Preparation
Arizona State University – Tempe, AZ, United States

Assistant /Associate Professor – Marketing – Tenure Track

Arizona State University – Tempe, AZ, US

Pinnacle West Presidential Chair for Teacher Education
Arizona State University – Tempe, AZ, US

Research and Development Associate
University of Pittsburgh – Institute for Learning – Pittsburgh, PA, United States

Psychometrician
National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) – Chicago, IL, United States

Assistant Professor
Research on the Challenges of Acquiring Language & Literacy – Atlanta, GA, US

Assistant Professor of Education
Lake Forest College – Lake Forest, IL, United States

PSYCHOMETRICIAN T
he Medical Council of Canada – Ottawa, NA, Canada


From HigherEdJobs

Elementary Lesson Writer (contract)
Study.com Online/Remote

Literature Lesson Writer (Contract)
Study.com Online/Remote

Online Instructional Designer
Reading Area Community College Reading, PA

eLearning Graphic Designer (Part-Time – 20 Hours)
Guilford Technical Community College Jamestown, NC

Instructional Designer
Hillsborough Community College Tampa, FL

Systems Analyst Associate
Arizona State University Tempe, AZ

eLearning Content Developer
DePaul University Chicago, IL

Instructional Technology Specialist, Creative Arts

Monterey Peninsula College Monterey, CA

Coor. of Instructional Design (Coor. of Acad Computing)
North Shore Community College Danvers, MA

Drupal Developer
Arizona State University Tempe, AZ

Drupal Developer Senior
Arizona State University Tempe, AZ

Instructional Designer
York College of Pennsylvania York, PA

Instructional Designer
George Mason University Fairfax, VA

Manager of Digital Learning
Harvard University Boston, MA

Instructional Designer
Fort Lewis College Durango, CO

Windows Server Administrator Senior
Arizona State University Tempe, AZ

Learning Management System (LMS) Support Specialist
Anne Arundel Community College Arnold, MD

Instructional Design Specialist (Manager 170) – Distance Education
West Chester University West Chester, PA

Program Coordinator – Global Education
Central New Mexico Community College Albuquerque, NM

ServiceNow Administrator
Arizona State University Tempe, AZ

Instructional Support Technician
St. Petersburg College St. Petersburg, FL

Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Scholarship
Bucknell University Lewisburg, PA

FT Area Technology Specialist
Mid-Plains Community College NE

Temporary Coordinator of Instructional Technology
Massasoit Community College Brockton, MA

Instructional Designer
North Carolina Central University Durham, NC

Education and Training Program Manager
National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) Arlington, VA

Learning Technology Consultant
University of Wisconsin – Madison Madison, WI

Instructional Designer, Associate (Remote-US)
ellucian Online/Remote

Learning Experience Designer
University of Colorado, Boulder Boulder, CO

Instructional Designer 3
University of Alaska Anchorage Anchorage, AK

Instructional Design and Training Lead
University of California, Irvine Irvine, CA

Instructional Designer
LIM College New York, NY

Instructional Design & Delivery Specialist
Syracuse University Syracuse, NY

Instructional Technology Support Specialist
Cumberland County College Vineland, NJ

Multimedia & eLearning Designer
University of Colorado Denver, CO

Assistant or Associate Professor in Educational Technology
Iowa State University Ames, IA

Information Technology Instructor
South Louisiana Community College Lafayette, LA


From the Vitae

Fellow (Post Doc)
Center for Outcomes Research & Education Kansas State University, Kansas

European Study Center Liaison
University of the Incarnate Word, Texas

Instructional Developer
Bellarmine University, Kentucky

Graphics Faculty
Muskegon Community College, Michigan

Vice President, Academic Affairs
Gavilan College, California

Data Communications Specialist
Los Angeles Community College District, California

Learning Skills and Tutorial Services Coordinator
Sacramento City College, California

Academic Administrator III
University of California Los Angeles, California

Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Social Sciences
University of Puerto Rico Bayamon

Senior SAP Functional Business Analyst (PY, TM)
Los Angeles Community College District, California

Science and Engineering Outreach Librarian
University of Rochester, New York

Coordinator of Computer Operations
Volunteer State Community College, Tennessee

Database Management – Lecturer or Senior Lecturer
University of Washington Information School, Washington

Project Director for TRIO, Student Support Services, STEM, and Veterans Programs
American River Colege, California

University of Minnesota, College of Liberal Arts, Faculty Positions
University of Minnesota, College of Liberal Arts, Minnesota

Assistant Professor in Computer Systems Technology
Illinois State University, Illinois

Tenure-Track, Open Rank, Full time Faculty, Enlaces! Graduate Psychology MFT Program
Mount Saint Mary’s University, California

Human Resources Analyst II
West Valley-Mission Community College District, California

Program Specialist
The College of New Jersey, New Jersey

Data Management Analyst II
The University of Florida, Florida

Data Management Analyst III – Department of Health Outcomes and Policy
The University of Florida, Florida

Research
University of California, Berkeley, California

Library Instructor
Brookdale Community College, New Jersey

Post Doctoral Associate – Anatomy
The University of Florida, Florida

Department Chair & Professor
The University of Florida, Florida

Multiple Positions, College of Education
University of Oregon, Oregon

FACULTY POSITIONS
Texas A&M University, Texas

Human Resources Assistant
The University of Florida, Florida

Development Assistant – Foundation
Portland Community College, Oregon  

Director of Student Accessibility Services
College of Marin, California

Part-Time, Non-Credit Instructor
El Camino College, California

Multiple Tenure-track Faculty and Chair Positions
Texas Woman’s University, Texas

Instructional Designer
LIM College, New York

Instructional Designer
University of Colorado Denver, Colorado

Instructional Designer
Fort Lewis College, Colorado

Instructional Designer, Strayer Studios
Strayer University, District of Columbia

Senior Computer & Network Support Specialist
Los Angeles Community College District, California

Assistant Superintendent/Vice President of Instruction
Shasta College, California

Associate Vice Provost, Curriculum Strategy
University of Maryland University College, Maryland

Sr. Lecturer & Laboratory Director for Molecular Engineering
University of Chicago’s Institute for Molecular Engineering, Illinois

Open Rank Professor – Couple and Family Therapy
University of Iowa College of Education, Iowa

Lecturer (Doctoral Schedule) – Research and Analysis/Community Development
CUNY Baruch College, New York

Research Analyst
North Orange County Community College District, California

Discovery & Resource Management Systems (DRMS) Coordinator
UNIV OF MASS / AMHERST, Massachusetts

Associate Dean, Student Learning
Shasta College, California

ASDOH
Dean A.T. Still University, Arizona

Curriculum Manager/Instructional Designer
CUNY John Jay, New York

Educational Research Professional (ERP) in Curriculum & Instruction
Shenzhou Tianli Education Group

Director of Marketing & Communications
Northern State University, South Dakota

Lecturer of Psychology
University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Communications Production Specialist
CUNY John Jay, New York

Assistant Professor of Psychology
Buena Vista University, Iowa

Research Assistant Professor
Kansas State University, Kansas

Business Computer Information Systems Instructor
Butte-Glenn Community College, California

Science Laboratory Technician – Tehama Campus
Shasta College, California

Associate Dean and Fackler Director of the Health Science Center Libraries
The University of Florida, Florida

Chief Technology Officer
Louisiana State University, Louisiana

Associate Director for Academic Internships
CUNY John Jay, New York

Dean of Instruction, Applied Technology Division
State Center Community College District, California

Division Dean of Science and Technology
Rock Creek Campus Portland Community College, Oregon

Dean of Enrollment Services
College of Marin, California

Assistant Director, Graduate Student Teaching Initiatives & Programs, Center for Teaching & Learning
Columbia University in the City of New York, New York

Instructional Assistant – Costuming and Makeup (30%)
Los Rios Community College District CCD, California

Vice-President, Instruction
San Diego Community College District, California

Classics, Philosophy, and Religion Librarian
The University of Florida, Florida

Development Director Annual Giving (Institutional Advancement)
CUNY Hunter College, New York

Communications Marketing Director (Communications)
CUNY Hunter College, New York

Specialist – Drumline Coach
Utah Valley University, Utah

Executive Director (Online Learning)
Ferris State University, Michigan

Librarian for Research Data – Tisch Library-16001555
Tufts University, Massachusetts


From the ATD Online Jobs Board

Instructional Designer
National Contract Mgt Association – Ashburn, VA, United States

Instructional Designer
Columbia University – NY, United States

Instructional Designer
LIM College – New York, NY, United States

Medical Writer (Sales Training)
Springer Healthcare – New York, NY, United States

Sr. Instructional Designer
The Brooks Group – Greensboro, NC, United States

Senior Instructional Designer II
ttcInnovations – Virtual, NA, United States

Instructional Designer Team Lead RT
Brainlab, Inc. – Westchester, IL, United States

Instructional Designer
Windwalker Corporation – Potomac, MD, United States