[Itech] Fwd: Chronicle Job Alert: Instructional technology/design

Teresa Franklin franklit at ohio.edu
Mon Jan 16 14:50:34 EST 2012

Hello Graduates,

New jobs.

Dr. Franklin

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Dear Colleague,
Your job alert, *Instructional technology/design*, found 8 new listings.
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here<http://chronicle.com/jobSearch?viewSearch=81176116>to see all
matching jobs.


Director, Center for Teaching
Southern Illinois University Carbondale (Illinois)
(date posted: 01/15/2012)

Instructional Program
University of Wisconsin-Superior (Wisconsin)
(date posted: 01/13/2012)

Director, Instructional Resource
Johns Hopkins University (District of Columbia)
(date posted: 01/12/2012)

Statewide Training
Statewide Training Specialist (Illinois)
(date posted: 01/11/2012)

Instructional Consultant - Center for Teaching and
University of Texas Austin (Texas)
(date posted: 01/11/2012)

Associate Director, Pre-Service and In-Service
Governors State University (Illinois)
(date posted: 01/11/2012)

Director, Classroom without
Apollo Group (Arizona)
(date posted: 01/09/2012)

Oakland University (Michigan)
(date posted: 01/09/2012)

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Dr. Teresa Franklin
Professor, Instructional Technology
Instructional Technology Program Coordinator
Dept. Educational Studies
The Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education
Ohio University
Athens, OH 45701
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