Instructional Designer ADA 18996
Education/experience/licensing: - Masters degree in Instructional Design, Instructional Systems Technology, Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Technology, or related field. - Two years of experience with adaptive computer technology (hardware and software) as a user or technician, or experience using technologies to design student-centered learning materials in a digital learning environment, is required. - Familiarity with strategies and experience working with students with disabilities is required. - Experience in consulting with faculty about teaching with technology in online, blended, and face-to-face environments. - Experience using Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, and other authoring programs. - Experience using a course management system such as Blackboard, Moodle, or equivalent. - Experience using both Mac and Windows systems and devices. Communication and other skills: - Knowledge of learning theories, instructional theories, Instructional Design theory and practice, best practices in teaching and learning. - Knowledge of ADA compliance, Fair Use guidelines, and TEACH Act. - Willingness to explore the use of technology and innovative learning and teaching strategies to advance learner-centeredness (contrasted with teacher-centeredness) in online, blended, and web-assisted courses. - Give trainings and demonstrate access technology. - Work independently. - Speak and write effectively in individual and group settings including training sessions. - Perform clerical and administrative work with accuracy and speed. - Maintain records. - Excellent interpersonal, verbal/written communication and organizational skills. - Ability to work effectively in a collaborative environment. - Demonstrate sensitivity to, and respect for, a diverse population. The University of Toledo is an equal access, equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and educator.