ITFORUM Notes for the Week of November 28, 2016

 

Notes for the Week of November 28, 2016

Hello ITFORUM,

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

The AECT 2017 AECT Design and Development Competition call and problem have been posted. See below.

Otherwise, it is fairly quiet in terms of calls and activities as those of us on the semester system wind down for the fall.

Please let us know if you have anything for next 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 for January, please contact Scott at scott.warren@unt.edu.

 

AECT News and Upcoming Events

  1. 2017 AECT Design and Development Competition

The Design and Development Division of AECT is pleased to announce the 2017 AECT Design and Development Competition for promising instructional design research by graduate students working with mentors in the Design and Development Division. AECT is specifically interested in promoting collaboration and mentoring within the professional community.

The goals for this award are to:

  • improve the professional practice of design and development in adult learning and performance-improvement settings;
  • promote collaboration among students, faculty, and practitioners;
  • mentor promising students by leaders outside their home institutions; and,
  • recognize innovative design-and-development approaches to adult learning and performance-improvement problems.

CLICK HERE for Frequently Asked Questions about the competition.

CLICK HERE for Competition Planning Committee Contact Information.

2017 Problem Statement

2016 AECT D&D Competition Informational Webinar (Archive link)

http://cc.readytalk.com/play?id=2du20c

 

2. The Centennial of Chulalongkorn Technology Creativity: Open Learning in a Cloud

In the occasion of the 60th year of Audio Visual / Education Technology field, Faculty of Education and the Centennial of Chulalongkorn University; Department of Education Communication Technology, Faculty of Education, Chulalongkorn University and the Board of Educational Technology Consortium of Thailand is delight to call upon members and international guest of AECT to join and celebrate a long journey of Audio-visual and Educational Communication Technology in Thailand. Digital Learning comes to play a significant role in shifting a teaching to be a robust creative learning space for millennium citizen.

The learning is opened for all to craft their knowledge without a limitation of age, gender, race or scope of inspiration. An open learning sphere stir a diversified group of learners to be dynamically interact and empower their potential to an unlimited innovation that can be shared and elaborated. The Organizing Committee decide to prepare for an open-directed social learning for its sustainability, therefore, seeking to manage an international forum for adapting implementing an educational framework in order to help promote the sharing of innovative ideas and technologies with the public. The goals of this forum are as follows,

International forum for the dissemination of the knowledge from experts to share the idea of update worldwide educational mainstream information and emerging trends.

Workshop on world-wide open learning technology in the world in addition to hands-on experience in the area of gamification, virtual and mix-reality. Workshop on open learning technology, techniques, and strategies for qualitative research studies. The discussion in small groups to get and share their views on technology innovation. Technology Expo and hands-on experiences.

The 4-days AECT International Conference and declaration of AECT-Thailand is focused on network strengthening and emerging trends within the field of instructional technology and learning science/design. The goal of the conference is to bring a group of scholars together in a format that encourages in-depth dialogue and different perspectives on predefined topics and problems.

  1. ITEC 2017: International Teacher Education Conference and International Educational Technology Conference

September 16-18, 2017

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA

The International Teacher Education Conference aims to provide a multinational platform where the latest trends in education can be presented and discussed in a friendly environment with the aim to learn from each other. Prospective presenters are encouraged to submit proposals for papers and posters/demonstrations that offer new research or theoretical contributions. Presentations should be in Turkish and English.

ITEC 2017 conference is supported by Sakarya University and TASET and will take place at Harvard University Faculty Club in Cambridge, MA, USA, September 6-8, 2017. Furthermore, if the presenter is unable to attend the oral presentation, video presentations are available. For further information on how to submit, please refer to the Paper Submission section on our website. For paper guidelines, please refer to the Paper Guidelines section.

Selected papers will be published in TOJET. TOJET is indexed in ERIC and SCOPUS.

 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

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

·         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
4. Call for Proposals: EdMedia in Washington, DC – June 21-23, 2017

This annual conference serves as a multi-disciplinary forum for the discussion and exchange of information on the research, development, and applications on all topics related to multimedia, hypermedia and telecommunications/distance education.

EdMedia, the premiere international conference in the field, spans all disciplines and levels of education and is expected to attracts many leaders in the field from 70+ countries around the world.

5. Call for Proposals: Global Learn in Brookings, South Dakota – April 17-18, 2017

This annual conference serves to further the advancement and innovation in learning and technology. As the educational world becomes increasingly global, new ways to explore, learn, and share knowledge are needed. Global Learn is a means to connect and engage creative educators, researchers, consultants, training managers, policy makers, curriculum developers, entrepreneurs, and others in the topics and fields in which they are passionate. Global Learn offers an opportunity to meet and discuss their ideas, findings, and next steps.

 

Publishing Opportunities 

  1. The Deadline has been extended to January 15, 2017 for the Call for Proposals for the 5th Edition Handbook of Research in Educational Communications and Technology

Association for Educational Communications and Technology and Springer Publishing
[download printable PDF version]

The editors of the 5th edition of the Handbook of Research in Educational Communications and Technology are pleased to issue this call for chapter proposals due January 15,, 2017.

The Handbook of Research on Educational and Communications Technology is now a well-established research compilation with updates coming about every five years and a stable cadre of scholars interested both in contributing as well as using the Handbook to maintain their knowledge and skills with regard to educational communications and technology. In fact, in the 20 years of the Handbook since 1996, it has consistently provided a comprehensive overview of the field of educational communications and technology. The Handbook editors want to ensure that the 5th edition continues playing this critical role in framing the field’s scholarship as well as tie that important work back into the broader agenda of educational research generally.

However, given the increasingly complex role that technology now plays in education and the growing need for clarity around what technology can and cannot do to improve learner success, it is critical that the research we do addresses real-world educational needs and is disseminated in a way that can meaningfully inform design practice. It is, therefore, becoming increasingly clear that the field’s major outlets for disseminating our scholarship should be organized around the problems we are trying to address (flagging learner engagement, poor teaching, rising costs of education, lack of accessibility) rather than the things we are using to solve those problems (learning analytics, online learning, gamification, 3D printing, and the like).

While the structure of the Handbook’s previous editions have been moving in this direction as the field has evolved, the 5th edition will make a more intentional   organizational shift with sections and chapters that focus on educational needs and cluster the field’s scholarship around the role educational technologies play in the solution of those problems, rather than vice versa. We hope this shift will more clearly tie the scholarship of our field to the broader framework of educational research by offering more sustained grounds for presenting diverse conceptualizations and inquiry models.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Questions about this call can be addressed to any of the Handbook 5th ed. coeditors
(listed here in alphabetical order):

  1. J. Bishop, Assistant Vice Chancellor and Director
William E. Kirwan Center for Academic Innovation
University System of Maryland
mjbishop@usmd.edu

Elizabeth Boling, Professor
Instructional Systems Technology
Indiana University
eboling@indiana.edu

Jan Elen, Professor
Centre for Instructional Psychology and Technology
KU Leuven
Jan.Elen@ped.kuleuven.be

Vanessa Svihla, Assistant Professor
Organization, Information & Learning Sciences
University of New Mexico
vsvihla@unm.edu

   

Learning Opportunities

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

 

Other Opportunities

Students interested in journalism and social media: Apply for The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Summer Internship.

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ITFORUM Jobs of Interest for the Week of November 28, 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 two weeks, since we took a break during the U.S. Thanksgiving holidays to be with our families (and get caught up at work and school.)


From HigherEdJobs

Associate Dean, Academic Affairs
University of California, Irvine Irvine, CA

Instructional Designer
University of Colorado Denver Aurora, CO

Instructional Designer Specialist
Lee College Baytown, TX

Online Program Assistant – SHS (Job #852)
Excelsior College Albany, NY

Instructional Designer II
Colorado State University Fort Collins, CO

Digital Content Analyst II
Education Shared Service Center Pittsburgh, PA

Instructional Technologist / Designer
Ventura County Community College District Ventura, CA

Instructional Designer – Faculty Development
Howard Community College Columbia, MD

Instructional Designer II
Education Corporation of America Birmingham, AL

Instructional Designer I
Education Corporation of America Birmingham, AL

Curriculum Production Coordinator
Education Corporation of America Birmingham, AL

 

From the Vitae

Research Manager
University of Central Florida, Florida

Instructor, Computer Technologies (Web Development/Design/Marketing)
Guilford Technical Community College, North Carolina 

Instructor, Diesel and Heavy Equipment Technology (Adjunct)
Guilford Technical Community College, North Carolina

Faculty Position in Information Science & Learning Technologies – Tenured / Tenure Track
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI COLUMBIA, Missouri

Director, Davenport Institute for Early Childhood Learning
Virginia Community College System, Virginia

Instructional Designer, Jr
Strayer University, District of Columbia  

Web Manager Senior Communications Associate
University of California Los Angeles, California

Instructional Effectiveness Specialist (Full-Time)
Baker College Professional Services, Inc., Michigan

Undergraduate Education Librarian
Indiana University Bloomington Libraries, Indiana

Visiting Assistant Professor in Instructional Technology, Full-Time 10 Months
Stockton University, New Jersey

Assistant Professor, Middle School and High School Programs
Lesley University, Massachusetts

Fellow (Post Doc)
Kansas State University, Kansas

Senior Research Associate
North Carolina A&T State University, North Carolina (Posted 11/23/16)

Assistant or Associate Professor, Landscape Architecture
North Carolina A&T State University, North Carolina

Fellow (Post Doc)
Kansas State University, Kansas

Assistant or Associate Adjunct Professor of Health and Technology
University of California, Berkeley, California

Assistant Professor, Special Education Lesley University, Massachusetts

Science Learning Center Director
University of Michigan, Michigan

Program Coordinator
Ball State University, Indiana

Assistant Professor/Education
Southern Oregon University, Oregon

Director of Development
The University of Florida, Florida

Clinical Assistant Professor in Research Methods in Education
University of Kentucky, Kentucky

Full Time Faculty – Graphic Design
College of DuPage, Illinois

Assistant Professor – STEM Reference and Instruction Librarian
Eastern Washington University, Washington

Manager, eLearning
Lake Washington Institute of Technology, Washington

Program Development Coordinator (Kansas Child Care Training Opportunities, Inc.) Kansas State University, Kansas

Assistant Professor, Learning Assistance/Learning Skills/Professional Learning Coordinator
San Diego Community College District, California

Instructional Faculty- English- Lakeland (160175)
Polk State College, Florida

Student Success Librarian/Assistant Professor, University Libraries
St. John’s University, New York

Learning Disabilities Specialist
Northwestern Connecticut Community College, Connecticut

Infant-Toddler Training and Curriculum Specialist
(Kansas Child Care Training Opportunities, Inc.)
Kansas State University, Kansas

Assistant Provost for Assessment and Institutional Research
Tulane University, Louisiana

Instructional Support Technician I
California State University, Fresno, California

Research Assistant Professor
The University of Florida, Florida

Scholarly Communication and Data Curation Librarian/Assistant Professor,
University Libraries
St. John’s University, New York

Open Rank Professor in Counselor Education
University of Iowa College of Education, Iowa

Dean, Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication
California State University, Northridge, California

Director, HSI STEM Program
Saint Mary’s College of California, California

Associate Dean for Graduate Education
Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri

STUDENT ENGAGEMENT COORDINATOR
Grossmont/Cuyamaca Community College District, California

INTERIM, DEAN OF RESEARCH, PLANNING AND INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS, EVC (January 2017 through June 2017) San Jose/Evergreen Community College District, California (Posted 11/22/16)

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
University of North Texas, Texas (Posted 11/22/16)

Instructional Designer – Faculty Development
Howard Community College, Maryland

Director of Content Production
The University of Texas System Administration, Texas (Posted 11/21/16)

Strategic Design & Management Full-time Faculty Positions (Ranks Open)
The New School, New York (Posted 11/21/16)

Dean of Instruction
Chandler-Gilbert Community College, Arizona (Posted 11/21/16)

Dean of the College of the Arts Portland State University, Oregon

Music Librarian, Lead for Collection Management UCLA, California

Director, Testing and Assessment Centers Community
College of Baltimore County, Maryland

Director of the Rutgers Institute for Digital Innovation in Social Work
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Jersey

Associate Professor/Professor Educational Leadership
Coastal Carolina University, South Carolina


From the ATD Online Jobs Board

Manager, Instructional Design Finance/Operations
Credit Union National Assn – Madison, WI, United States

Learning Management System Administrator
Jhpiego – an affiliate of Johns Hopkins University – Baltimore, MD, United States

Sr Instructional Designer CBTeam – Miami Gardens, FL, United States

ITFORUM Notes for the Week of 11/14/2016

Notes for the Week of November 14, 2016

Hello ITFORUM,

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

Four major items of note:

  1. Sad news to report: Lawrence Lipsitz,founder of Educational Technology Magazine, passed away late last week at age 79.
  2. The Deadline Extendedfor the Call for Proposals for the 5th Edition Handbook of Research in Educational Communications and Technology to January 15, 2017

  3. The call for proposals from Dr. Ifenthaller’s special issue on Digital Workplace Learning – Bridging Formal and Informal Learning with Digital Technologies is due TOMORROW, November 16, 2016

  4. The call for 2017 AERA Awards nominations closes TODAY, November 15, 2016

 

Please let us know if you have anything for next 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 this month or next, please contact Scott at scott.warren@unt.edu.

 

 

AECT News and Upcoming Events

1. The Centennial of Chulalongkorn Technology Creativity: Open Learning in a Cloud

In the occasion of the 60th year of Audio Visual / Education Technology field, Faculty of Education and the Centennial of Chulalongkorn University; Department of Education Communication Technology, Faculty of Education, Chulalongkorn University and the Board of Educational Technology Consortium of Thailand is delight to call upon members and international guest of AECT to join and celebrate a long journey of Audio-visual and Educational Communication Technology in Thailand. Digital Learning comes to play a significant role in shifting a teaching to be a robust creative learning space for millennium citizen.

The learning is opened for all to craft their knowledge without a limitation of age, gender, race or scope of inspiration. An open learning sphere stir a diversified group of learners to be dynamically interact and empower their potential to an unlimited innovation that can be shared and elaborated. The Organizing Committee decide to prepare for an open-directed social learning for its sustainability, therefore, seeking to manage an international forum for adapting implementing an educational framework in order to help promote the sharing of innovative ideas and technologies with the public. The goals of this forum are as follows,

International forum for the dissemination of the knowledge from experts to share the idea of update worldwide educational mainstream information and emerging trends.

Workshop on world-wide open learning technology in the world in addition to hands-on experience in the area of gamification, virtual and mix-reality. Workshop on open learning technology, techniques, and strategies for qualitative research studies. The discussion in small groups to get and share their views on technology innovation. Technology Expo and hands-on experiences.

The 4-days AECT International Conference and declaration of AECT-Thailand is focused on network strengthening and emerging trends within the field of instructional technology and learning science/design. The goal of the conference is to bring a group of scholars together in a format that encourages in-depth dialogue and different perspectives on predefined topics and problems.

 

  1. ITEC 2017: International Teacher Education Conferenceand International Educational Technology Conference

September 16-18, 2017

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA

The International Teacher Education Conference aims to provide a multinational platform where the latest trends in education can be presented and discussed in a friendly environment with the aim to learn from each other. Prospective presenters are encouraged to submit proposals for papers and posters/demonstrations that offer new research or theoretical contributions. Presentations should be in Turkish and English.

ITEC 2017 conference is supported by Sakarya University and TASET and will take place at Harvard University Faculty Club in Cambridge, MA, USA, September 6-8, 2017. Furthermore, if the presenter is unable to attend the oral presentation, video presentations are available. For further information on how to submit, please refer to the Paper Submission section on our website. For paper guidelines, please refer to the Paper Guidelines section.

Selected papers will be published in TOJET. TOJET is indexed in ERIC and SCOPUS.

 

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

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

·         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

  1. 2017 AERA Call for Awards Nominations

The American Educational Research Association seeks nominations for the 2017 AERA Awards. The EXTENDED submission deadline for ALL 2017 AERA-sponsored awards is November 15, 2016. To be eligible for consideration, unless otherwise noted, all nominations must be submitted electronically, using the AERA award nomination e-form, on or before the deadline. The award nominations portal can be accessed on the AERA website at http://www.aera.net/awards. Listings of past awardees can be found at the same location.

Those submitting nominations should clearly identify the award for which the nomination is submitted. Specific nominating criteria are detailed for each award, as described below. Note that supporting materials may include curriculum vitae, letters of support from other AERA members familiar with the nominee’s work, sample publications, and additional information on the nominee’s accomplishments.

All AERA awards will be conferred at the Awards Luncheon during the 2017 Annual Meeting in San Antonio, TX.

 

  1. Call for Proposals:EdMedia in Washington, DC – June 21-23, 2017

This annual conference serves as a multi-disciplinary forum for the discussion and exchange of information on the research, development, and applications on all topics related to multimedia, hypermedia and telecommunications/distance education.

EdMedia, the premiere international conference in the field, spans all disciplines and levels of education and is expected to attracts many leaders in the field from 70+ countries around the world.

 

  1. Call for Proposals:Global Learn in Brookings, South Dakota – April 17-18, 2017

This annual conference serves to further the advancement and innovation in learning and technology. As the educational world becomes increasingly global, new ways to explore, learn, and share knowledge are needed. Global Learn is a means to connect and engage creative educators, researchers, consultants, training managers, policy makers, curriculum developers, entrepreneurs, and others in the topics and fields in which they are passionate. Global Learn offers an opportunity to meet and discuss their ideas, findings, and next steps.

 

 

Publishing Opportunities 

  1. The Deadline has been extended to January 15, 2017 for theCall for Proposals for the 5th Edition Handbook of Research in Educational Communications and Technology

Association for Educational Communications and Technology and Springer Publishing
[download printable PDF version]

The editors of the 5th edition of the Handbook of Research in Educational Communications and Technology are pleased to issue this call for chapter proposals due January 15,, 2017.

The Handbook of Research on Educational and Communications Technology is now a well-established research compilation with updates coming about every five years and a stable cadre of scholars interested both in contributing as well as using the Handbook to maintain their knowledge and skills with regard to educational communications and technology. In fact, in the 20 years of the Handbook since 1996, it has consistently provided a comprehensive overview of the field of educational communications and technology. The Handbook editors want to ensure that the 5th edition continues playing this critical role in framing the field’s scholarship as well as tie that important work back into the broader agenda of educational research generally.

However, given the increasingly complex role that technology now plays in education and the growing need for clarity around what technology can and cannot do to improve learner success, it is critical that the research we do addresses real-world educational needs and is disseminated in a way that can meaningfully inform design practice. It is, therefore, becoming increasingly clear that the field’s major outlets for disseminating our scholarship should be organized around the problems we are trying to address (flagging learner engagement, poor teaching, rising costs of education, lack of accessibility) rather than the things we are using to solve those problems (learning analytics, online learning, gamification, 3D printing, and the like).

While the structure of the Handbook’s previous editions have been moving in this direction as the field has evolved, the 5th edition will make a more intentional   organizational shift with sections and chapters that focus on educational needs and cluster the field’s scholarship around the role educational technologies play in the solution of those problems, rather than vice versa. We hope this shift will more clearly tie the scholarship of our field to the broader framework of educational research by offering more sustained grounds for presenting diverse conceptualizations and inquiry models.

 

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Questions about this call can be addressed to any of the Handbook 5th ed. coeditors
(listed here in alphabetical order):

  1. J. Bishop, Assistant Vice Chancellor and Director
William E. Kirwan Center for Academic Innovation
University System of Maryland
mjbishop@usmd.edu

Elizabeth Boling, Professor
Instructional Systems Technology
Indiana University
eboling@indiana.edu

Jan Elen, Professor
Centre for Instructional Psychology and Technology
KU Leuven
Jan.Elen@ped.kuleuven.be

Vanessa Svihla, Assistant Professor
Organization, Information & Learning Sciences
University of New Mexico
vsvihla@unm.edu

 

  1. CfP: Digital Workplace Learning – Bridging Formal and Informal Learning with Digital Technologies

I would like to invite you to submit your proposal for an edited volume on “Digital Workplace Learning – Bridging Formal and Informal Learning with Digital Technologies” to be published by Springer, New York (http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319462141).

Interested scholars should submit a 1-page proposal to Dirk Ifenthaler (dirk@ifenthaler.info) by 01 November 2016, including author’s name (co-authors are welcome), institution, tentative title, chapter outline (max. 300 words), and five keywords. Early submissions are encouraged. All submissions will undergo a rigorous double-blind peer review who will recommend full submissions from among the proposals. You may refer to the following website for more information: http://ifenthaler.bwl.uni-mannheim.de/news/news/news/cfp_digital_workplace_learning/

Digital learning is defined as any set of technology-based methods that can be applied to support learning and instruction. Emerging opportunities for digital learning include game-based learning, simulations, Massive Open Online Courses, social networks, learning analytics, or mobile applications. For corporate organisations, digital technologies enable the implementation of customised learning environments even on small scale. Hence, access to digital technologies changes learning in the workplace through cost effective delivery modes, easy to access leaning resources, and flexible learning environments. Currently, digital workplace learning is mostly implemented as formal learning environments, for example in the form of cooperate open online courses (COOCs). Yet, the opportunity for digital technology in workplace learning is the support of informal learning and fostering enablers for lifelong learning.

The edited volume “Digital Workplace Learning” aims to provide insights into how digital technologies may bridge and enhance formal and informal workplace learning. It will feature four major themes:

Part I. Theory of Digital Workplace Learning

This section includes theoretical perspectives (e.g., self-regulated learning, formal vs. informal learning, motivation, social context) relevant to the issues and challenges educators are facing when implementing digital technologies for workplace learning.

Part II. Digital Technologies in Workplace Learning

This section includes insights into available digital technology as well as organisational requirements for technology-enhanced learning in the workplace.

Part III. Design, Implementation and Assessment

This section highlights issues and challenges for designing and implementing digital workplace learning as well as includes strategies for assessments of learning in the workplace.

Part IV. Case Studies and Innovative Approaches

Contributions to this section will include case studies, empirical research findings, and innovative examples from organisations which successfully adopted digital workplace learning.

 

Call for Proposals

Prospective authors (co-authors are welcome) are invited to submit a chapter proposal, including title, abstract (max. 300 words), five keywords, and the part of the book (see above) not later than 01 November 2016 to Dirk Ifenthaler (dirk@ifenthaler.info).

The proposal should be a previously unpublished work. Upon acceptance of the chapter proposal, the final chapter should be completed not later than 01 May 2017. Contributions will be blind reviewed and returned with comments by 01 June 2017. Finalised chapters are due no later than 01 June 2017. The final contributions should not exceed 20 manuscript pages. Guidelines for preparing chapters will be sent to authors upon acceptance of the proposal.

 

Proposed Timeline

The following represents a timeline for completing the edited volume:

01    November 16: Proposal due including title, abstract, keywords

02    01 December 2016: Notification and additional information for accepted authors

03    01 May 2017: Draft chapters due

04    01 June 2017: Chapters returned with reviewers’ comments

05    01 July 2017: Final chapters due

 

Inquires and Submissions

Please forward your inquires and submissions to:

Professor Dirk Ifenthaler

Learning, Design and Technology

Business School

University of Mannheim

Email: dirk@ifenthaler.info

Web: www.ifenthaler.info

Twitter: @ifenthaler

 

 

Learning Opportunities

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

Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, & Learning Sciences with Abbie and Tim:

http://trendsandissues.com/2016/11/14/episode-75-trends-for-oct-31-nov-13-vr-ar-security-privacy-issues-and-design/

 

 

Other Opportunities

Students interested in journalism and social media: Apply for The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Summer Internship.

 

 

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ITFORUM Jobs of Interest for the Week of November 14, 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 couple of weeks.


From the AERA Online Jobs Board

Assistant Director for Assessment and Research University of MarylandCollege Park, MD, US

Lead Research Specialist, Medical Education Association of American Medical CollegesDC, US

Educational Leadership /P-12 Programs, Tenure Track California State University, FullertonFullerton, CA, United States

Associate/Full Professor of Evaluation Studies University of MinnesotaMinneapolis, MN, United States

Open Rank Professor of Education, Educational Psychology Pennsylvania State UniversityState College, PA, United States

Associate Director of Survey Research Loyola Marymount UniversityWestchester, CA, US

Faculty Search: Statistics/Educational Tests & Measurement/Psychometrics Villanova University College of NursingVillanova, PA, United States

Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor Washington State University, College of EducationVancouver, WA, United States

Assistant Professor in Social Studies Education (Tenure Track) The College of New JerseyEwing, NJ, United States

Professor of Mathematics and /or Science Education Baylor Universitywaco, TX, United States

Tenure Track (Assistant/Associate) Professor in American Indian Education Department of Education, Culture and Society, University of UtahSalt Lake City, UT, United States

Senior English Language Arts (ELA) Test Developer AIRWashington, DC, United States

Director of Educational Development – Internal Medicine Residency Cleveland ClinicCleveland, OH, United States

Director, School of Public Policy The University of Maryland, Baltimore CountyBaltimore, MD, US

Associate/Full Professor Position in Mathematics Education University of HoustonHouston, TX, US

Teaching Assistant Professor University of IllinoisUrbana, IL, United States

Institutional Research (IR) Associate Illinois Mathematics and Science AcademyAurora, IL, US

Multiple Tenure-Track Positions UTRGV College of EducationEdinburg, TX, United States

Assistant Professor, K-12 Language and Literacy Instruction California State University, Los AngelesLos Angeles, CA, United States

Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education California State University Maritime AcademyVallejo, CA, United States

Postdoctoral Research Fellows University of DenverDenver, CO, United States

Department of Elementary & Early Childhood, Assistant Professor, Literacy Education Bridgewater State UniversityBridgewater, MA, United States

 


From HigherEdJobs

Instructional Designer University of Wisconsin Extension Madison, WI

Academic Professional II-Faculty and Staff Development University of North Texas Denton, TX

Instructional Designer University of Utah Salt Lake City, UT

Director of eLearning and Academic Technology Central Oregon Community College Bend, OR

Instructional Designer University of Wisconsin Extension Madison, WI

Project Specialist for Instructional Technology – I.T. Associate Level 2 CUNY Queens College New York, NY

Instructional Designer Portland State University Portland, OR

Instructional Services Assistant II Los Rios Community College District Sacramento, CA

Instructional Technologist George Washington University Washington, DC

Instructional Designer Columbia University- The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science New York, NY

Instructional Technology Support Specialist Gwynedd Mercy University Gwynedd Valley, PA

Learning and Development Specialist California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo
San Luis Obispo, CA

Learning Technologist Stevens Institute of Technology Hoboken, NJ

Instructional Designer University of Southern Califnornia Los Angeles, CA

Instructional Designer Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis Indianapolis, IN

Program Operations Manager Harvard University Cambridge, MA

Instructional Designer/Instructional Developer/Sr. Instructional Developer #26 Boston College
Chestnut Hill, MA

Learning Media Designer Saint Leo University Saint Leo, FL

Program Analyst/Web Based Inst Maricopa Community Colleges
Tempe, AZ

Senior Academic Technologist – Hardware University of Illinois at Chicago Chicago, IL

Senior Educational Technologist Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA

Instructional Designer II Colorado Community College System Denver, CO

Instructional/Multimedia Devel University of South Florida Tampa, FL

Assistant Instructional Designer, SPH School of Public Health,Public Health Pract (8525/J1216)
Boston University Boston, MA

Coordinator e-Portfolio and Badging Bay Path University Longmeadow, MA

Instructional Design Consultant Boise State University Boise, ID

Course Content Editor Kendall College Chicago, IL

Multimedia Facilities Specialist Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey New Brunswick, NJ

Information Technology Instructor South Louisiana Community College Lafayette, LA

Assistant/Associate Professor-Educational Administration Tennessee State University Nashville, TN

Assistant Professor, Instructional Design Athens State University Athens, AL

Adjunct Instructor University of North Texas Denton, TX

Assistant/Associate Professor of Instructional Technology (Position #6739) Northern Illinois University DeKalb, IL

 


From the Vitae

Adult Education Adjunct Instructor – York Southeast Community College, Nebraska

Instructional Specialist III (Writing Center)Mountain View College, Texas

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

Instructor Kansas State University, Kansas

Research Assistant Kansas State University, Kansas

Instructional Designer UW-Extension, division of Continuing Education, Outreach and E-Learning, Wisconsin

INSTRUCTIONAL DEVELOPMENT DESIGNER I University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley, Texas

Adjunct Assistant Professor – Graphic Design Johnson County Community College, Kansas

Cass Gilbert Design Fellowship, Assistant Professor University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Minnesota

Senior Manager, Learning Technology Systems Strayer University, District of Columbia

Assistant Professor in Teacher Education University of San Diego, California

Communications Campaign Coordinator University of Idaho, Idaho

Dean of the College of Arts and Communication University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Wisconsin

Communications Media Specialist Coast Community College, California

Instructional Designer Portland State University, Oregon

Assistant Professor, Instructional Design Athens State University, Alabama

Assistant Professor/Librarian, Albertsons Library Boise State University, Idaho

Learning Experience Consultant St. Louis Community College, Missouri

Instructional Faculty Position – UH University of Houston, Texas

Director of Teaching Effectiveness & Innovation Clemson University, South Carolina

Instructional Services Assistant II Los Rios Community College District CCD, California

Senior Research Associate St. Louis Community College, Missouri

Research Analyst (2 Positions) (Categorically Funded) Cerritos College, California

Faculty, Contributing – MS Social Work Walden University, Minnesota

Assistant/Associate Professor of Instructional Technology (Position #6739) Northern Illinois University, Illinois

Assistant Professor Kansas State University, Kansas

Postdoctoral Associate The University of Florida, Florida

Academic Program Coordinator Tacoma Community College, Washington

Senior Financial Aid Analyst (Administrative Analyst/Specialist – Exempt II)

Cal State Fullerton University, California

Assistant Professor/Psychology Southern Oregon University, Oregon

Fellow (Post Doc) Kansas State University, Kansas

Instructor (Early Childhood Education) Kansas State University, Kansas

CUNY Start Associate Director (Academic Student Support Manager) CUNY Bronx Community College, New York

Department Chair of Psychology Adams State University, Colorado

Librarian Associate Professor, Scholarly Communications Kennesaw State University, Georgia

Assistant Professor of Critical Digital Media Production Concordia University

Division Area Office Coordinator – Visual and Performing Arts Orange Coast College, California

Dean, College of Education Eastern University, Pennsylvania

Dean, College Health & Social Sciences Eastern University, Pennsylvania

Instructional Designer UCI Division of Continuing Education, California

Tenure-Track Faculty Art: Digital Media Humboldt State University, California

Learning Analytics Specialist New York University, New York

Part-Time-Graphic Design Lead St. Louis Community College, Missouri

E-Class Program Coordinator University of California, San Diego, California

Assistant Professor in Curriculum & Instruction University of Kansas, Kansas

Postdoctoral Research Fellows University of Denver, Colorado

University Counsel Princeton University, New Jersey

Assistant Research Scientist in the Center for Remote Sensing The University of Florida, Florida

Writing Center Faculty Director (Lecturer, non-tenure track) University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland

Director of Powell, Arts, and Music Libraries UCLA, California

Counselor/Coordinator, STEM 4 STEM Program (Categorically Funded) State Center Community College District, California

Assistant Professor of Data Science IU School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI, Indiana


From the ATD Online Jobs Board

Corporate Trainer Weltman, Weinberg & Reis, Co., LPAGrove City, OH, United States

Senior Project Manager, Workforce Planning and Budget (MPP2) Southern California EdisonRosemead, CA, United States

Instructional Designer II TerminixMemphis, TN, United States

Training Manager TerminixMemphis, TN, United States

Instructional Designer European Wax CenterHallandale Beach, FL, United States

Instructional Design Manager American Society of Clinical OncologyAlexandria, VA, US

Senior Manager, IT Training & Communications Seattle GeneticsBothell, WA, US

Manager, Leadership Development 2 Northrop GrummanFalls Church, VA, US

eLearning Coordinator American Urological AssociationLinthicum, MD, United States

Med/Surg/PCU Nurse Educator Carilion ClinicRoanoke, VA, United States

Training and Development Specialist Greater Hudson Valley Health System serving Orange & Catskill Regional Medical CentersMiddletown, NY, United States

TALENT DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR Holy Cross Health SystemSilver Springs, MD, US

Analyst, LMS & Network Support American Bankers AssociationDist. Columbia, US

ITFORUM Notes for 11/7/2016

Hello ITFORUM,

We are back on track with the weekly emails and hopefully everyone received the employment aggregation email earlier.

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 this month, please contact Scott at scott.warren@unt.edu.

 

AECT News and Upcoming Events

1. The Centennial of Chulalongkorn Technology Creativity: Open Learning in a Cloud

In the occasion of the 60th year of Audio Visual / Education Technology field, Faculty of Education and the Centennial of Chulalongkorn University; Department of Education Communication Technology, Faculty of Education, Chulalongkorn University and the Board of Educational Technology Consortium of Thailand is delight to call upon members and international guest of AECT to join and celebrate a long journey of Audio-visual and Educational Communication Technology in Thailand. Digital Learning comes to play a significant role in shifting a teaching to be a robust creative learning space for millennium citizen.

The learning is opened for all to craft their knowledge without a limitation of age, gender, race or scope of inspiration. An open learning sphere stir a diversified group of learners to be dynamically interact and empower their potential to an unlimited innovation that can be shared and elaborated.

The Organizing Committee decide to prepare for an open-directed social learning for its sustainability, therefore, seeking to manage an international forum for adapting implementing an educational framework in order to help promote the sharing of innovative ideas and technologies with the public. The goals of this forum are as follows,

International forum for the dissemination of the knowledge from experts to share the idea of update worldwide educational mainstream information and emerging trends.

Workshop on world-wide open learning technology in the world in addition to hands-on experience in the area of gamification, virtual and mix-reality.

Workshop on open learning technology, techniques, and strategies for qualitative research studies.

The discussion in small groups to get and share their views on technology innovation.

Technology Expo and hands-on experiences.

The 4-days AECT International Conference and declaration of AECT-Thailand is focused on network strengthening and emerging trends within the field of instructional technology and learning science/design. The goal of the conference is to bring a group of scholars together in a format that encourages in-depth dialogue and different perspectives on predefined topics and problems.

 

  1. ITEC 2017: International Teacher Education Conference and International Educational Technology Conference

August 16-18, 2017

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA

The International Teacher Education Conference aims to provide a multinational platform where the latest trends in education can be presented and discussed in a friendly environment with the aim to learn from each other. Prospective presenters are encouraged to submit proposals for papers and posters/demonstrations that offer new research or theoretical contributions. Presentations should be in Turkish and English.

ITEC 2017 conference is supported by Sakarya University and TASET and will take place at Harvard University Faculty Club in Cambridge, MA, USA, September 6-8, 2017. Furthermore, if the presenter is unable to attend the oral presentation, video presentations are available. For further information on how to submit, please refer to the Paper Submission section on our website. For paper guidelines, please refer to the Paper Guidelines section.

Selected papers will be published in TOJET. TOJET is indexed in ERIC and SCOPUS.

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

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

·         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

  1. 2017 AERA Call for Awards Nominations

The American Educational Research Association seeks nominations for the 2017 AERA Awards. The EXTENDED submission deadline for ALL 2017 AERA-sponsored awards is November 15, 2016. To be eligible for consideration, unless otherwise noted, all nominations must be submitted electronically, using the AERA award nomination e-form, on or before the deadline. The award nominations portal can be accessed on the AERA website at http://www.aera.net/awards. Listings of past awardees can be found at the same location.

Those submitting nominations should clearly identify the award for which the nomination is submitted. Specific nominating criteria are detailed for each award, as described below. Note that supporting materials may include curriculum vitae, letters of support from other AERA members familiar with the nominee’s work, sample publications, and additional information on the nominee’s accomplishments.

All AERA awards will be conferred at the Awards Luncheon during the 2017 Annual Meeting in San Antonio, TX.

 

Publishing Opportunities 

  1. Call for Proposals for the 5th Edition Handbook of Research in Educational Communications and Technology

Association for Educational Communications and Technology and Springer Publishing
[download printable PDF version]

The editors of the 5th edition of the Handbook of Research in Educational Communications and Technology are pleased to issue this call for chapter proposals due November 15, 2016.

The Handbook of Research on Educational and Communications Technology is now a well-established research compilation with updates coming about every five years and a stable cadre of scholars interested both in contributing as well as using the Handbook to maintain their knowledge and skills with regard to educational communications and technology. In fact, in the 20 years of the Handbook since 1996, it has consistently provided a comprehensive overview of the field of educational communications and technology. The Handbook editors want to ensure that the 5th edition continues playing this critical role in framing the field’s scholarship as well as tie that important work back into the broader agenda of educational research generally.

However, given the increasingly complex role that technology now plays in education and the growing need for clarity around what technology can and cannot do to improve learner success, it is critical that the research we do addresses real-world educational needs and is disseminated in a way that can meaningfully inform design practice. It is, therefore, becoming increasingly clear that the field’s major outlets for disseminating our scholarship should be organized around the problems we are trying to address (flagging learner engagement, poor teaching, rising costs of education, lack of accessibility) rather than the things we are using to solve those problems (learning analytics, online learning, gamification, 3D printing, and the like).

While the structure of the Handbook’s previous editions have been moving in this direction as the field has evolved, the 5th edition will make a more intentional   organizational shift with sections and chapters that focus on educational needs and cluster the field’s scholarship around the role educational technologies play in the solution of those problems, rather than vice versa. We hope this shift will more clearly tie the scholarship of our field to the broader framework of educational research by offering more sustained grounds for presenting diverse conceptualizations and inquiry models.

PROJECTED TIMELINE

  • Beginning of September 2016: Call for proposals goes out
  • November 15, 2016: Chapter proposals due
  • December 31, 2016: Decisions out to prospective authors
  • April 30, 2017: First draft due from authors
  • July 31, 2017: Feedback to authors from reviewers
  • November 30, 2017: Revised chapters due from authors
  • January 31, 2018: Editorial reviews back to authors minor revisions
  • April 30, 2018: Final chapters due to editors
  • Late 2018/early 2019: Publication

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Questions about this call can be addressed to any of the Handbook 5th ed. coeditors
(listed here in alphabetical order):

  1. J. Bishop, Assistant Vice Chancellor and Director
William E. Kirwan Center for Academic Innovation
University System of Maryland
mjbishop@usmd.edu

Elizabeth Boling, Professor
Instructional Systems Technology
Indiana University
eboling@indiana.edu

Jan Elen, Professor
Centre for Instructional Psychology and Technology
KU Leuven
Jan.Elen@ped.kuleuven.be

Vanessa Svihla, Assistant Professor
Organization, Information & Learning Sciences
University of New Mexico
vsvihla@unm.edu

 2. CfP: Digital Workplace Learning – Bridging Formal and Informal Learning with Digital Technologies

I would like to invite you to submit your proposal for an edited volume on “Digital Workplace Learning – Bridging Formal and Informal Learning with Digital Technologies” to be published by Springer, New York (http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319462141).

Interested scholars should submit a 1-page proposal to Dirk Ifenthaler (dirk@ifenthaler.info) by 01 November 2016, including author’s name (co-authors are welcome), institution, tentative title, chapter outline (max. 300 words), and five keywords. Early submissions are encouraged. All submissions will undergo a rigorous double-blind peer review who will recommend full submissions from among the proposals. You may refer to the following website for more information: http://ifenthaler.bwl.uni-mannheim.de/news/news/news/cfp_digital_workplace_learning/

Digital learning is defined as any set of technology-based methods that can be applied to support learning and instruction. Emerging opportunities for digital learning include game-based learning, simulations, Massive Open Online Courses, social networks, learning analytics, or mobile applications. For corporate organisations, digital technologies enable the implementation of customised learning environments even on small scale. Hence, access to digital technologies changes learning in the workplace through cost effective delivery modes, easy to access leaning resources, and flexible learning environments. Currently, digital workplace learning is mostly implemented as formal learning environments, for example in the form of cooperate open online courses (COOCs). Yet, the opportunity for digital technology in workplace learning is the support of informal learning and fostering enablers for lifelong learning.

The edited volume “Digital Workplace Learning” aims to provide insights into how digital technologies may bridge and enhance formal and informal workplace learning. It will feature four major themes:

Part I. Theory of Digital Workplace Learning

This section includes theoretical perspectives (e.g., self-regulated learning, formal vs. informal learning, motivation, social context) relevant to the issues and challenges educators are facing when implementing digital technologies for workplace learning.

Part II. Digital Technologies in Workplace Learning

This section includes insights into available digital technology as well as organisational requirements for technology-enhanced learning in the workplace.

Part III. Design, Implementation and Assessment

This section highlights issues and challenges for designing and implementing digital workplace learning as well as includes strategies for assessments of learning in the workplace.

Part IV. Case Studies and Innovative Approaches

Contributions to this section will include case studies, empirical research findings, and innovative examples from organisations which successfully adopted digital workplace learning.

 

Call for Proposals

Prospective authors (co-authors are welcome) are invited to submit a chapter proposal, including title, abstract (max. 300 words), five keywords, and the part of the book (see above) not later than 01 November 2016 to Dirk Ifenthaler (dirk@ifenthaler.info).

The proposal should be a previously unpublished work. Upon acceptance of the chapter proposal, the final chapter should be completed not later than 01 May 2017. Contributions will be blind reviewed and returned with comments by 01 June 2017. Finalised chapters are due no later than 01 June 2017. The final contributions should not exceed 20 manuscript pages. Guidelines for preparing chapters will be sent to authors upon acceptance of the proposal.

Proposed Timeline

The following represents a timeline for completing the edited volume:

01    November 016: Proposal due including title, abstract, keywords

02    01 December 2016: Notification and additional information for accepted authors

03    01 May 2017: Draft chapters due

04    01 June 2017: Chapters returned with reviewers’ comments

05    01 July 2017: Final chapters due

Inquires and Submissions

Please forward your inquires and submissions to:

Professor Dirk Ifenthaler

Learning, Design and Technology

Business School

University of Mannheim

Email: dirk@ifenthaler.info

Web: www.ifenthaler.info

Twitter: @ifenthaler

 

Learning Opportunities

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

Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, & Learning Sciences with Abbie and Tim: Episode 74: Upgraded Computing Tools, Internet of Things, VR, & Proof-based Ed Tech Adoption

 

Other Opportunities

Students interested in journalism and social media: Apply for The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Summer Internship.

ITFORUM Jobs for the Week of November 7, 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

Director, School of Public Policy The University of Maryland, Baltimore CountyBaltimore, MD, United States

Multiple Positions: Curriculum & Instruction University of Wisconsin – MadisonMadison, WI, United States

Assistant Professor of STEM Education Rowan UniversityGlassboro, NJ, United States

Associate/Full Professor of Evaluation Studies University of MinnesotaMinneapolis, MN, United States

Manager – Applied Research and Evaluation Education NorthwestPortland, OR, United States

Senior Project Manager WESTATRockville, MD, United States

Technical Assistance Center Director WESTATRockville, MD, United States

Evaluation Capacity Building Specialist ConfidentialNay Pyi Taw, Other / Non-US, Myanmar

Data Analyst MGH Institute of Health ProfessionsBoston, MA, United States

Managing Education Researcher AIRWashington, DC, United States

Associate/Full Professor in Special Education University of MarylandCollege Park, MD, United States

Assistant/Associate Professor Washington State UniversitySpokane, WA, United States

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

Test Development Manager, Examinations NCSBNChicago, IL, United States 10 days ago

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

Director of Institutional Research Savannah College of Art and DesignSavannah, GA, United States

Dean of Woodring College of Education Western Washington UniversityBellingham, WA, United States

Associate Director – Education Research and Issues Analysis New Jersey Education AssociationTrenton, NJ, United States

Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, CHICOChico, CA, United States

Chairperson for the Department of Educational Technology and Literacy Towson UniversityTowson, MD, United States

Professor of Practice (Open Rank) in Secondary Science Education and Director of Teacher Education Brown UniversityProvidence, RI, United States

NON-TENURE/TENURE-TRACK POSITIONS Indiana University School of Education, IUPUIIndianapolis, IN, United States

Assistant/Associate Professor in Quantitative Research, Evaluation and Measurement The Ohio State UniversityColumbus, OH, United States

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

Director, Juniper Gardens Children’s Project Juniper Gardens Children’s ProjectKansas City, KS, United States

Assistant Professor of Teaching Georgetown Univ., Program in Educational TransformationWashington, DC, United States


From HigherEdJobs

Instructional Designer Priority Konami Gaming, Inc. Las Vegas, NV

Lead Instructional Designer Davidson College Davidson, NC

Instructional Designer, Quantitative Applications Davidson College Davidson, NC

Digital Learning Project Manager Davidson College Davidson, NC

eLearning Instructional Design Specialist Miami University Oxford, OH

E-Learning Instructional Designer Florida State College at Jacksonville Jacksonville, FL

Information Security Officer Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science North Chicago, IL

Senior Instructional Designer University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH

Instructional Technologist – Accessibility Specialist University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH

Learning Commons Supervisor (5763) California State University, Northridge Northridge, CA

Information Technology Consultant (5750) California State University, Northridge Northridge, CA

Director of Digital Learning Georgetown University Washington, DC

Instructional Technologist University of Louisiana at Lafayette Lafayette, LA

Instructional Technologist Blinn College Bryan, TX

Manager, Audio Visual Engineering Montclair State University Montclair, NJ

Lead Instructional Support Specialist University of California, Santa Cruz Santa Cruz, CA

Instructional Designer University of California, Irvine Irvine, CA

Instructional Designer Post University Waterbury, CT

Instructional Designer University of North Carolina Wilmington Wilmington, NC

Course Developer I Texas A&M University – Commerce Commerce, TX

Academic Technology Lead Western State Colorado University Gunnison, CO

Educational Technology Specialist Texas A&M University – Commerce Commerce, TX

Teaching and Learning Specialist The University of Iowa Iowa City, IA

Skills Education Technician Binghamton University Binghamton, NY

Instructional Designer Simmons College Boston, MA

Senior Educational Technology Specialist – Tufts Technology Services-16001728 Tufts University Medford, MA

Director – Online Experiential Learning Northeastern University Boston, MA

Academic Technology Support Specialist – Department of Information Technology University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point Stevens Point, WI

Director of Instructional Effectiveness and Flexible Learning Nicolet Area Technical College Rhinelander, WI

Instructional Designer Millersville University of Pennsylvania Millersville, PA

Academic Technology Analyst (Revised) Wright State University Dayton, OH

Manager 1, Instructional Design and Development Salt Lake Community College Salt Lake City, UT

Associate Vice President for Online Learning and Instructional Design Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science North Chicago, IL

Faculty Developer/Instructional Designer -SE1325 Valencia College Orlando, FL

Instructional Designer (Information Technology Consultant – Foundation) California State University, Fresno Fresno, CA

Course Builder (The American Women’s College) Bay Path University Springfield, MA

Instruction & Classroom Support Technician 2 – Chemistry Lab Community Colleges of Spokane Spokane, WA

College Technology Manager – 16001305 Georgia State University Atlanta, GA

Instructional Support Services Manager University of Northern Iowa Cedar Falls, IA

Information Technology Intern University of Massachusetts – Medical School Worcester, MA

Assistant Professor, Instructional Technology  Kennesaw State University Kennesaw, GA

Instructional Designer Florida A&M University Tallahassee, FL

Assistant Professor of Science Education and Instructional Technology The University of Texas at Tyler
Tyler, TX

Instructional Technology and Digital Pedagogy – Visiting Assistant Professor Drury University Springfield, MO


From the Vitae and related

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

Associate Scientist Kansas State University, Kansas

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

Faculty Developer/Instructional Designer Valencia College, Florida

E-Learning Instructional Designer Florida State College at Jacksonville, Florida

eLearning Instructional Design Specialist Miami University, Ohio

Instructional Design Librarian, University of Waterloo Library University of Waterloo  

Instructional Technology Specialist University of Maryland, Maryland

Graphic Design California State University, Fresno, California

Assistant/Associate Professor, ASL/English Interpreting University of North Florida, Florida

Director – Student Affairs Assessment, Research & Planning University of North Carolina Wilmington, North Carolina

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

Associate or Full Professor-in-Residence of Visual Journalism – Graduate School of Journalism, UC Berkeley University of California, Berkeley, California

Dean and Vice President of Continuing Education (Open Campus) The New School, New York

Department Chair Position New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), New Jersey

Early Childhood Lab School Teacher Elgin Community College, Illinois

Assistant Professor The University of Florida, Florida

Network Engineer III The University of Florida, Florida

Administrative Assistant – Arts, Communication, and Social Sciences Shasta College, California

Assistant Professor/Computer Science Southern Oregon University, Oregon

Coordinator, Research Programs/Services – 30045 University of Central Florida, Florida

Chief Information Officer (CIO) St. Charles Community College, Missouri

Programmer Analyst El Camino College, California

Extended Education Secretary, Part-Time (Tehama Campus) Shasta College, California

Associate Director of Student Life for Diversity and Leadership Amherst College, Massachusetts

SOE Associate Dean Capella University, Minnesota

INTERIM, DIRECTOR, MARKETING San Jose/Evergreen Community College District, California

Instructional Services Librarian Dominican University, Illinois

Assistant Professor for Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH) Cal State University, Northridge, California

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Architecture, Architectural Design Tulane School of Architecture, Louisiana

Professor-Assistant/Associate @ DAAP Interior Design University of Cincinnati, Ohio

Director – School of Architecture & Interior Design University of Cincinnati, Ohio

Director of Digital Learning Georgetown University, Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship, District of Columbia

Instruction and Outreach Librarian Dominican University, Illinois

Scholarly Communication and Digital Initiatives Librarian Dominican University, Illinois

Lead Laboratory Technician – Mechanics Los Rios Community College District CCD, California

Assistant Professor of English/Writing Program Administrator Midwestern State University, Texas

Assistant Professor, Director of Lighting and Sound Samford University, Alabama

Dean of Equity Contra Costa Community College District, California

Computer Science Faculty/Professional Outreach – Detroit, MI Davenport University, Michigan

Director, English Language Institute (ELI) SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, New York

Assistant/Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology Seattle Pacific University, Washington

Director Public Relations & Marketing Coastline Community College, California

Assistant/Associate Professor Art, Game Design University of Northern Colorado, Colorado

Director, Center for Education Research & Evaluation (CERE) Columbia University, New York

Assistant/Associate Professor, Outreach and Promotion Librarian Adelphi University, New York

Graduate Engagement Librarian University of Kansas, Kansas

Assistant or Associate Professor of Science and Technology Studies Virginia Tech — Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Virginia

Coordinator, Services for Students with Disabilities Monroe Community College, New York

RES SCTST The University of Florida, Florida

Special Education- Assistant Professor Kentucky State University, Kentucky

Assistant Professor of Special Education and Assistant Professor of Social Studies Eastern Connecticut State University, Connecticut

Assistant/Associate Professor, Non-Tenure Track, in Counseling and Human Development George Washington University, District of Columbia

Clinical Lecturer or Clinical Assistant Professor The University of Florida, Florida

Director, Graduate and Postdoctoral Teaching Development Yale University, Connecticut

Associate Director of Admissions University of Idaho, Idaho (Posted 11/02/16)

Technical Support Analyst Johns Hopkins University, Maryland (Posted 11/02/16)

ASSOCIATE/FULL PROFESSOR OF HUMAN AND ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING George Washington University, District of Columbia

CHIEF ACADEMIC OFFICER Xavier University School of Medicine, Aruba, New York

Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in e-Learning and Digital Pedagogies University of Canterbury

Academic Resource Manager (Administrator II) California State University Dominguez Hills, California

Research Associate (Sensory Analysis) Kansas State University, Kansas

Dean of the College of Science University of Idaho, Idaho

Instructional Designer MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY, Pennsylvania

Instructional Designer Florida Atlantic University – FAU, Florida

Director – School of Design San Francisco State University, California

Tenure-Track Faculty at the Assistant and/or Associate Rank University of Michigan, Michigan

Multiple Positions: Curriculum & Instruction University of Wisconsin – Madison, Wisconsin

Senior Assistant Librarian- Student Success Librarian California State University Dominguez Hills, California

Assistant Professor of Digital Media Weber State University, Utah

Assistant Professor Kansas State University, Kansas

Teacher Special Programs – ATDP – Graduate School of Education University of California, Berkeley, California

Assistant Professor of Elementary and Science Education Western Washington University, Washington

Instructional Designer California State University, Northridge, California  

Instructional Designer (School of Education) University of Wisconsin – Madison, Wisconsin

Adjunct Faculty – Digital Media Technology (Web Production) (Lakeland) (160191) Polk State College, Florida  

Assistant Professor of Teaching and Learning University of Redlands, California

Assistant/Associate Professor of Curriculum and Pedagogy – TESOL/ESL and Foreign Language Education

The George Washington University, District of Columbia

Business Librarian American University, District of Columbia

Dean of the College of Sciences and Humanities Ball State University, Indiana

Assistant Professor (non-tenure track) in Academic English Writing Waseda University Global Education Center

Coordinator of Acquisitions and Electronic Resources University of Alabama – University Libraries, Alabama

Assistant/Associate Professor of Curriculum and Pedagogy – TESOL/ESL and Foreign Language Education

The George Washington University, District of Columbia

Business Librarian American University, District of Columbia

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

Dean of the College of Sciences and Humanities Ball State University, Indiana


From the ATD Online Jobs Board


Instructional Designer California Correctional Health Care Services – Elk Grove, CA, US

Instructional Designer Greenleaf Integrative Strategies – Washington, DC, United States