The Center for Academic Excellence and Support in the School Professional Studies is seeking an idividual to fill the position of Educational Technologist. The Educational Technolosgist serves as an educational technology support resource for SPS faculty and staff at the Center for Academic Excellence and Support (CAES). Responsibilities include: apply relevant instructional technology techniques on how to use and apply educational technology tools to enhance student learning within traditional and online learning environments. Research, design, develop, and facilitate group and one-on-one professional development activities for faculty; including trainings, consultations, workshops and support documentation. Provide frontline user support for education technology tools, assist faculty in integrating technology into the in-person and online classroom as well as support internal special projects. Serve as the R&D lead on educational technology trends, monitor developments in the use of current and emerging instructional technologies while promoting the appropriate use of educational technology for SPS programming.
Bachelor's degree in a related field.
Master's degree in instructional design and technology, educational technology or a related field.
3 to 5 years' experience in the selection, adoption, implementation and evaluation of educational technologies in higher learning across all modalities. Primary technology contributor for course development projects (in-person and online) partnering with subject matter and faculty.
University-level teaching in-person and/or online.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Demonstrated knowledge of the ways that educational technology can enhance instructional design models and increase teaching and learning outcomes. Experience with the application of instructional technology for adult learners, including adoption and LMS tool integration, web conferencing, interactive media and activities, LTI Integration, and adaptive learning.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Use of various learning management systems and educational technology tools, such as Captivate, to create online instructional content. Ability to communicate technical solutions to a variety of audiences. Ability to write and edit HTML and CSS code, use of Adobe Learning Suite and various media tools. Experience in the collection and analysis of learning analytics.
Founded in 1934, the NYU School of Professional Studies (NYUSPS) offers a broad range of degree and noncredit programs that are professionally oriented, integrate theory with real-world practice, and are taught by faculty members who are leaders and innovators in their fields. The School plays a critical role in workforce development in emerging and evolving sectors of industry in New York City and around the globe including: real estate; marketing and PR; technology and project management; global affairs; hospitality, travel, and tourism; human capital management; sports business; communications/media; publishing; professional writing; translation; and the arts, among others. NYUSPS has grown to become the third-largest graduate school of NYU, attracting students from around the world. The School also serves the undergraduate market with traditional, four-year degrees in real estate, hotel and tourism management, and sports management in addition to programs for post-traditional students. Working professionals and adult learners can enhance their careers and/or enrich their intellect through more than 1,500 noncredit courses, certificates, and diploma programs, as well as through world-renowned industry conferences, seminars, and events.
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