Howard Community College’s Center for Teaching Excellence is looking for ISD interns to help develop instructional materials and gain experience working with and for faculty to enhance teaching.
Interns will receive guidance and feedback from professional instructional designers in the higher education setting and will apply their knowledge of instructional design principles to analyze existing practices and materials and create new instructional artifacts that can be used as part of the on-going process of building their e-portfolio.
Below is a list of some of the tasks and projects interns could work on during the internship:
- Design and develop online just-in-time modules using Articulate Storyline or Adobe Captivate.
- Analyzing existing workshop materials to create “boxed” lesson plans for faculty development on a range of topics.
- Research and design instructional materials and/or modules for low-barrier, high-impact teaching tips for teaching in flexible classrooms.
- Participate in and provide suggestions to faculty during faculty course design and instructional design consultations.
Other projects may be discussed if intern has interest in a specific topic or area that can be reasonably accommodated within the scope and needs of the Center for Teaching Excellence.
To apply for this position, please contact Mike Stein at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.