Digital Learning & Innovation Careers
Digital Learning & Innovation (DL&I) and its affiliated units—the Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL), Educational Technology (EdTech), and newly established Digital Initiatives—help Boston University leadership, faculty and graduate students implement innovative ideas in digital education by incubating select pilot projects, and offer consultation and training in the areas of teaching, technology and online education. Explore our available career opportunities and learn more about the programs and services offered by DL&I.
Instructional Production Services (IPS) is part of Digital Learning & Innovation at Boston University. The manager of the IPS team is a leader who has demonstrated success in the building and management of multi-faceted teams. This individual is knowledgeable in the area of online/hybrid instructional strategies and has a proven record as a program/project manager in the instructional context of higher education, non-profit, or industry. As the program/project manager, this individual has knowledge of the instructional design process as well as demonstrated experience with the actual production of instructional materials, from multi-media artifacts (audio, video, animations) to teaching and learning materials (learning objects). Read more.
The Instructional Production Services group offers instructional strategy and design in online/hybrid modalities, digital media creation and course production in service of the University’s digital initiatives. The IPS team works with college, department, or faculty-initiated projects, as well as grant-funded initiatives and special projects. The role of the Digital Learning Designer within this group is to manage the process of course design and content to support faculty and content matter experts in end-to-end course creation work. From articulating learning objectives to importing and setting up content in the course platform for online delivery, this position is expected to evolve with the needs and overall demand for services that the IPS team offers to the BU community. Get more details.
The Education Technology (EdTech) team within Digital Learning & Innovation is searching for an Educational Technologist. This individual joins a team dedicated to helping Boston University faculty navigate a rapidly changing technology landscape in order to help their students learn more effectively. The Educational Technologist’s key goal is to help a wide array of faculty effectively adopt and use the tools most appropriate for student learning outcomes as defined within the contexts of their disciplines. Within these parameters, the Educational Technologist’s responsibilities may shift over time with the availability of tools and associated needs. Learn more.
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