Learning Architect

Learning Architects work with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and key stakeholders to support and guide the design, development and production of innovative online courses. The Learning Architect collaborates with SMEs to adapt content for online instruction, suggests relevant learning technologies, and develops course materials that support the stated learning objectives.
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Instructional Technologist

The Instructional Technologist (IT) is responsible for working with the Learning Architect (LA) to build and set up the course within the LMS using HTML and CSS when applicable, and depending on the assigned project. Some projects require a strict adherence to a provided style guide. The Learning Architect collaborates with SMEs to adapt content for online instruction, while the Instructional technologist focuses on the build process.
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Subject Matter Expert

The Subject Matter Expert (SME) involvement in a project will be variable based on the workload and on your availability. The project is a collaborative effort that includes the design of learning content, assessments and other additional resources as needed, including Open Educational Resources (OERs)
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Learning Architect (R&D) – Ed.D. or Ph.D. required

The Research and Development Learning Architect works closely with the Director of Learner Experience Innovation to reimagine online learning design in ways that fulfill the stakeholder needs, reflect instructional design best practices, and leverage the pedagogical affordances of learning platforms and tools involved (usually in previously untested ways). Many R&D projects also involve incorporating those innovations and applying backwards design strategies to develop online learning experiences in collaboration with faculty or subject matter experts (SMEs).
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Employer Partnership Director (Greater New York City area)

As the Employer Partnership Director, Nursing Partnerships, you are a vital part of the iDesign team and a field-based member of the team. You will be responsible for developing and maintaining partnerships with healthcare systems and independent hospitals or clinics in order to ultimately improve patient care by enhancing the effectiveness and leadership skills of nurses. You will also be responsible for coordinating and executing on-site events with partner hospitals and clinics.
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