This position provides instructional design consulting and support services focusing on online and hybrid courses and programs via the Office of Academic Program Development and Innovation (APDI). This is a highly collaborative position that will work closely with faculty, staff and administrators around the university to support course and program implementation.
Provide individual consultation, facilitate group learning experiences and demonstrate leadership and ability to explain, demonstrate, and gain faculty support for integrating instructional design principles, instructional strategies, learning theory and online best practices in the design, development, and teaching of engaging learner-centered courses.
Support faculty in the design, development, and implementation of online curriculum and course content so online and hybrid courses meet or exceed Butler online quality standards.
Provide guidance, consulting and recommendations for ongoing improvement of online quality standards and best practices.
Initiate and support efforts to research, assess, and share emerging online and hybrid design and teaching techniques and innovative instructional experiences including online and hybrid courses and new programs.
Provide instructional design support to assist faculty in developing new academic certificates and programs.
Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications and Requirements:
Master’s degree in Instructional Design, Instructional Systems Technology or related field
Three years ID experience: Experienced in application of instructional design, course design, message design, learning technologies, and assessment specific to course and curriculum design with specific experience in online design and delivery. Comfortable expertise with presentation and consulting skills.
Two-three years teaching online (preferred)
Skills and Abilities:
Skills and Abilities
Understand and apply principles of learning and instructional design to consultation, training activities, and course design.
Knowledge of Learning Management Systems
Demonstrate proficiency in use of learning management systems and other technologies commonly used to support teaching and learning.
Ability to research and incorporate emerging instructional design and online learning theories and technologies into instruction. Maintain current awareness of issues and trends relevant to the position, including the University’s academic mission.
Demonstrate knowledge and value of universal access and compliance with Americans and Disabilities Act as it applies to online and instructional materials.
Ability to organize message, apply appropriate message and technology design for targeted audience, and deliver/teach using best practices for face-to-face and online delivery.
Use organizational, verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills to interact effectively in a collaborative work environment.
Integrate use of relevant current instructional and message design theories, techniques, technologies, and tools into everyday practice and demonstrate their value to others.
Invite and share differing perspectives and experiences to effectively work with diverse groups, including students, faculty, and staff. Open to others’ suggestions and comfortable seeking guidance when needed.
Take initiative in recognizing, analyzing, and constructively solving problems and overcoming barriers.
Contribute actively and constructively to find new ways to support existing and potential new partners to achieve APDI goals for quality course and program growth.
Adapt to new challenges, changing priorities, situations, and demands.