- Master's degree in Instructional or Learning Design by time of appointment from a college or university accredited by the U.S. Department of Education or an internationally recognized college or university.
- Demonstrated technology background, including but not limited to basic programming, web authoring and designing software, graphics and/or video editing, multiple modalities, or Learning Management Systems.
- Teaching experience in at least one online ID course of any level.
- Minimum of three years of fully online teaching experience, preferably in asynchronous modalities.
- Demonstration of innovative learning solutions and strategies, preferably game-based techniques, and multiple simulations.
- Demonstration of applications of core instructional design principles and processes, in particular ID models and theories.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Dedication to student learning and use of learner-centered approach.
- Ph.D. in Instructional or Learning Design, OR completion of all course work for said Ph.D. combined with a Master's or Bachelor's in any Technology related field, including Instructional or Learning Design Technology from a college or university accredited by the U.S. Department of Education or an internationally recognized college or university.
- Teaching experience in at least one, online advanced level ID course.
- Minimum of three years of experience teaching online, preferably for fully asynchronous modalities.
- Experience using technology for education, including but not limited to using multiple modalities, Learning Management Systems, and full cycle Instructional Systems Design.
- Excellent demonstration of innovative learning solutions and strategies, preferably game-based techniques, and multiple simulations.
- Excellent demonstration of applications of core instructional design principles and processes, in particular ID models and theories.
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