US National – Telecommute
Instructional Designer in Santa Fe, New Mexico
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The Instructional Designer is responsible for the development and revision of curricular products for Pearson partners/clients. This position works directly with subject matter experts, partner/client personnel, quality assurance staff, and multimedia developers. The Instructional Designer will work as an integral part of a collaborative instructional design team responsible for the assessment, design, development, and evaluation of online, hybrid, and/or traditional courses and learning experiences. This individual will conceptualize and storyboard instructionally sound, interactive, engaging web-based course components and input these components into learning management systems.
Manages the curriculum development process for new and revision courses and learning experiences and assures that courses adhere to partner/client standards.
Develops and supports partner/client-chosen online learning environments.
Provides instructional design consultation to faculty of partners/clients and/or subject matter experts; assists faculty of partners/clients and/or subject matter experts in the development of contextually-rich, engaging, and objective-driven courses and learning experiences that focus on applicable real-world/workplace skills.
Works within a project management application to document course development process data including time tracking, project comments, and task completion.
Designs content for delivery in online environments and completes instructional design documentation to ensure quality and consistency.
Conducts photo research for images to supplement learning activities.
Uses WYSIWYG multimedia tools to develop multimedia pieces.
Communicates regularly with partner/client faculty and/or subject matter experts during curriculum development process.
Builds course content/components into the learning management system.
Conceptualizes and storyboards instructionally sound, interactive, engaging web-based course components.
Conducts quality assurance reviews on courses and implements revisions. Collaborates with quality assurance staff.
Reviews existing courses for quality, currency, and consistency and works with faculty to enhance curriculum design as needed.
Participates in university ID team meetings.
Helps to test and implement agreed-upon emerging technologies in courses and learning experiences.
Prepares course hand-off documentation, facilitators’ guides, etc., and attends hand-off meetings with the Student Support Services and Help Desk teams.
Attends course revision calls and creates scope documents outlining confirmed revisions from post-course discussions.
Bachelor’s degree in education, instructional design, curriculum, educational technology, or a related degree is required; master’s degree is preferred.
Minimum of three years’ experience in instructional design with experience in designing authentic assessments and generative learning experiences.
Experience in higher education is preferred.
Knowledge of adult learning principles, Understanding by Design, constructivism, facilitation, and …
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