GEDDES LANG-CENTER DIRECTOR, College of Arts & Sciences, Language Center (1221/C2614*)
Disseminate information about current instructional technologies, emerging educational trends, and professional development opportunities for faculty. Evaluate and implement classroom-oriented technologies. Oversee the operating and student employment budgets, maintain and replaces technology, and supervise the Center's three staff members. Provide support and guidance to faculty for curriculum projects, ranging from analysis, design, development, and implementation to evaluation for online, blended, and face-to-face courses. The Director also collaborates closely with other departments and service units on campus to ensure enduring support for educational technology.Required Skills
Masters degree, PhD preferred. Demonstrated ability to design and implement learner-centered language curricula for online, blended, and face-to-face environments along with thorough knowledge of current language pedagogies, developments in instructional design, educational technology, and mobile learning. Significant knowledge and ability to effectively share, discuss and apply theories, models and best practices in language pedagogy. Some expertise with grant-writing and/or conceptualizing instructional technology components to help language faculty write grant proposals is highly desirable. Five to eight years of relevant experience in language-related instructional design, curriculum development, second language acquisition, or a related field.
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