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

Teresa Franklin franklit at ohio.edu
Fri Aug 23 12:30:05 EDT 2013


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SCE Program Assistant/Lifeskills Education Advancement
North Orange Community College District (California)
(date posted: 08/20/2013)

Senior Instructional
Laramie County Community College (Wyoming)
(date posted: 08/16/2013)

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