MarketWise: Alternative Academic Careers: Online Instructional Design (March 14, 2014)

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MarketWise: Alternative Academic Careers: Online Instructional Design (March 14, 2014)
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English
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Rosenberg, Leah R.
Bleakney, Sarah
Pruett, Jill
Taylor, Laurie N.
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Department of English, University of Florida
George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
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Gainesville, FL
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Overview and facilitator notes for MarketWise: Alternative Academic Careers: Online Instructional Design. Sarah Bleakney (UF 2012), Instructional Designer at the Center for Teaching, Learning and Assessment, Warrington College of Business, University of Florida; and Jill Pruett, (PhD 2007), Lecturer, Online Degree Program, University of Massachusetts-Lowell will discuss their positions in instructional design at 2:30 p.m. on March 14, 2014 in Library West room 212. Graduate students in all humanities departments are invited to this event.

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MarketWise : Alternative Academic Careers: Online Instructional Design (March 14, 2014) Overview : MarketWise: Alternative Academic Careers: Online Instructional Design. Sarah Bleakney (UF 2012), Instructional Designer at the Center for Teaching, Learning and Asses sment, Warrington College of Business, University of Florida; and Jill Pruett, (PhD 2007), Lecturer, Online Degree Program, University of Massachusetts Lowell will discuss their positions in instructional design at 2:30 p.m. on March 14, 2014 in Library West room 212. Gradu ate students in all humanities departments are invited to this event. Facilitator Notes : Logistics Google Hangouts for Jill Each will answer the questions, with Jill and then Sarah answering. Leah Rosenberg /Laurie Taylor will ask the questions for each. Questions o Please describe your current position? o What topics are you teaching? What has been most rewarding and what has been most challenging? o Who do you work with and how? Do you wor k on a team? If so, explain what that means. o How did you get trained (or train yourself) in these skills? How would recommend current graduate students prepare themselves? o How did you find your job? How would others find jobs like this? o What were your considerations in taking your position? What are the pros and cons? Was location of the job or the flexibility to live where you want when you have an online teaching position? What is the impact of work ing from home, for instance? Q&A