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Below is a listing of distance education position openings which ITC members have sent to ITC to post on this site.
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Frederick Community College
The Instructional Designer provides instructional design expertise for the development and support of online courses and programs. The Instructional Designer is part of a team that oversees and facilitates pedagogy, methodology, digital content, and outcomes associated with the design and delivery of online courses. This position reports to the Executive Director of the Center for Distributed Learning.Details >
Mississippi State University
Mississippi State University (MSU) is seeking an Executive Director for its Center for Distance Education (CDE). The Executive Director will establish a strategic vision for distance education through collaboration with MSU’s Deans and Department Heads to identify and implement distance education opportunities and priorities consistent with achieving the university mission component of offering access for working and place-bound adult learners. The Executive Director of the Center for Distance Education reports directly to the Provost and Executive Vice President. CDE enrolls over 1,600 students, generating over 13,000 student credit hours, 40% of which are at the graduate level. CDE has a staff of 24.Details >
Northampton Community College
To provide leadership in the application of instructional design theories and methodologies designed to help faculty build and facilitate quality online and hybrid courses. Works closely with faculty to ensure their online and hybrid courses and instructional content and assessments reflect best practices in online course design, accessibility standards, and copyright policies.Details >