Instructional Design & Delivery



Instructional Design & Delivery student employees are called Learning Assistants.  Currently we are seeking a Learning Assistant to start during the summer 2014 semester. Applications are being accepted immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Interviews will be scheduled starting on April 14, 2014.

Job Description: Instructional Design & Delivery is seeking a student assistant to start this semester  to provide support to faculty developing projects using technology within the faculty development studio in Teacher Education and Technology Center.  Applicants should be computer literate and have a broad knowledge of the Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel,  as well HTML web page design.   Applicants with experience using MyClasses, Adobe Photoshop, and video digitizing/editing software or other appropriate software will receive higher preference.  Dependability, ability to work with faculty and motivation to learn new applications are absolute necessities.  The successful candidate must be a self-starter who is a “people-person.”  This is a very flexible, 15-20 hour/week position.

Fill out the application and email it to Constance Beckwith at or drop it off at the ID&D Office in TETC-213.

Questions can be directed to Constance Beckwith via email or phone at 410-677-6585