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

Teresa Franklin franklit at ohio.edu
Thu Oct 11 11:23:48 EDT 2012


This is the time of the year when most jobs for next fall appear -- you
should keep an eye on this if you plan to finish in May.

Dr. Franklin

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Director for The Center for Instructional Support
Southern Oregon University (Oregon)
(date posted: 10/09/2012)

Associate Dean of Instructional Technology and Online
Hagerstown Community College (Maryland)
(date posted: 10/01/2012)

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