Marginal Duties Employs instructional and media design concepts to providematerials and services in all aspects of the development andimplementation of online teaching and learning.Consults with and provides individualized, continuousinstructional and technical support to faculty in the integrationof instructional technologies through activities andworkshops.Collaborates with faculty, staff and other members of theinstructional design team in planning, designing, documenting andtraining on a wide range of instructional resources and projectsrelated to the enhancement of online teaching and learning.Plans and develops developmental resources and activities.Evaluates and employs emerging technologies, instructionaldesign concepts and best practices.Identifies training improvement opportunities based on surveys,faculty and student feedback and focus groups.Designs and delivers orientation, training and technicalsupport to faculty and students.Assists the College through participation in various planningand advisory committees as assigned.Works in a team-centered environment.Maintains a positive, helpful, constructive attitude and workrelationship with supervisor, college staff, students and thecommunity. Employment is contingent upon successful completion ofbackground checkAll application materials must be upload and the applicationcompleted prior to the close dateAdvertised: April 08, 2021 Pacific DaylightTimeApplications close: April 30, 2021 11:55 PM PacificDaylight Time Minimum Qualifications Education and Experience: Bachelor’s Degree in Instructional Design,Instructional/Educational Technology, Curriculum and Instruction orrelated field is required. A minimum of one-year full-timeexperience designing and developing courses for post-secondaryeducation or in a corporate setting is required.Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Work Site Location: Coeur d’ Alene CampusJob Summary: The purpose of this position is toprovide curriculum and instructional design and assistance toinstructional divisions and faculty, particularly when the designswill be implemented and delivered online (eLearning), completely orin part. These projects may relate directly to curriculum andcourse development, course evaluation based on best practicesdefined by Quality Matters or other related and college adoptedguideline, faculty and student user training, and user supportsystems. This position requires flexibility to work weekends andevenings as needed to provide training and support.Job Duties:This list includes, but is not limited to the following: Knowledge of instructional design methodologies, pedagogicalissues and best practices for classroom, online and hybridlearningKnowledge of processes and standards for planning andimplementing instructional design and developmentKnowledge of instructional strategies, curriculum standards andassessmentsHigh level of competency with online learning technologies andresources, content creation, learning management systems and webmeeting communicationStrong interpersonal and communications skillsStrong organizational and planning skillsStrong ability to establish and maintaining effective workingrelationshipsAbility to troubleshoot and solve problems for technicalapplicationsAbility to employ best practices and Americans withDisabilities Act (ADA) compliance to online/hybrid courses andmaterialsMust be able to work nights and weekends-as needed. Performs other duties as assigned.
Although it might be odd to choose a recovering alcoholic with rickety knees to engender confidence, he’s positively revered compared to another figurehead hired by Ireland’s Euro Changeover Board – Finance Minister Charlie McCreevy. The news that 203,000 euro of taxpayers’ cash was spent on an advertisement featuring McCreevy strolling beside a canal in his Kildare constituency has sparked uproar. Rarely stuck for words, McCreevy has struggled to ward off claims by opponents that he’s using public money to boost his profile before a general election due next year.Some of our Austrian readers have pointed out that last week’s Entre Nous inadvertently demoted the country’s President Thomas Klestil to governor of the national bank. This was news to Klaus Liebscher who remains at the financial helm. We meant to say that both were guests at a song contest promoting the euro. read more
North Fork Community TheaterNorth Fork Community Theater in Mattituck will host its 12th annual gala as a virtual event on Friday, June 12, at 7 PM. The gala will feature performances by NFCT company members and Broadway actors. There will also be artwork by award winning local artists that will be auctioned off to the highest bidder. To RSVP, visit www.nfct.com.Hamptons Heart BallAmerican Heart Association is embracing the new normal and moving its iconic Hamptons Heart Ball online on Saturday, June 20, from 7 to 8 PM.The ball, now in its 24th year, is a fun and meaningful way to celebrate the mission of the American Heart Association with friends and colleagues.“Now, more than ever, we’re all looking for ways to connect with others and stay encouraged,” said Cristina Civetta, 2020 Hamptons Heart Ball chair. “This virtual format allows everyone to continue to have fun and support our lifesaving mission, while adapting to spending more time at home. We are grateful for the support from our community and can’t wait to see how everyone makes the Hamptons Heart Ball their own.”This year, the Hamptons Heart Ball will honor Ingrid Arneberg, Community Impact Honoree and Arthur Klein, MD, President of the Mount Sinai Health Network as its Medical Honoree. The 2020 Hamptons Heart Ball is excited to announce that Susan Lucci will emcee the event.“We’re proud to work with the American Heart Association, which is investing research dollars in the search for answers,” Civetta said. “The AHA is fast-tracking a special $2.5 million fund for rapid response scientific research projects to investigate the specific cardiovascular implications of coronavirus, investing in short-term projects that can turn around results quickly — within 9 to 12 months. It’s critical that the Long Island community keep supporting the American Heart Association, since heart disease and stroke remain the No. 1 and No. 5 killers in the country.”The funds raised from the Hamptons Heart Ball go towards research, advocacy, CPR training, and to promote better health.On June 20, everyone is encouraged to dress in their Hamptons best and post pictures and videos to document their activity, using the hashtag #HamptonsHeartBall, and tagging the American Heart Association at @AHANewYork on Facebook and Instagram, and @HeartLongIsland on Twitter.To register, visit www.hamptonsheartball.heart.org, where you can find the day-of program and additional information. Share read more