Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Instructional Design Jobs - Tech Tips from UW-Stout

UW-Stout Online Professional Development

In This Issue

August and September Online Classes with Openings
Instructional Design Job Opportunities
Tech Tip: 7 Technical Tips for Creating Video Lectures
Featured Program
          Instructional Design Certificate 
Editor: Shannon Mersand
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Get the Training You Need: August Online Courses with Openings

Instructional Design Certificate – Begins August 22
E-learning and Online Teaching Certificate – Begins August 29

Instructional Design Job Opportunities

Find out how you can prepare for a job in the growing field of instructional design (ID).
UW Stout’s Instructional Design Career Center provides links to job boards, networking opportunities, and professional organizations, as well as hiring trends, and resources to build your resume, portfolio and volunteer experience. 
eLearning Industry’s free eBook shares stories from 24 instructional design professionals and answers to common questions about ID including tips on how to get started. 
Tom from Articulate provides a variety of articles with helpful advice for instructional designers.
Discover how infographics help showcase Instructional Design skills when graphic design skills are lacking.
Tips from iSpring to help your cover letter stand out from the crowd.

Find Instructional Design Positions

Check out job opportunities with community colleges/ universities, business and industry, Department of Defense, government (state and local), nonprofit/trade associations, educational companies, healthcare, K-12 school districts, retail/wholesale/distribution, insurance, marketing, manufacturing, travel/hospitality, and telecommunications.
Association for Talent Development (formerly known as ASTD)

Featured Program

Graduate certificate designed for professionals interested in enhancing their skills, developing focused competency in instructional design or switching careers.
Begin in August 2016 and complete the Instructional Design Certificate in 8 months.

Our students say…

"I feel like a sweepstakes winner after completing this certificate. I received not only a promotion, a bump in pay, and I've been tasked to change our Computer Education group (2 people) into an instructional design group that creates training sessions for staff, faculty and graduate students. I would not have been able to achieve this without the four courses in this certificate program." 
~ Keith Thompson, Taunton, MA

Plan Ahead for September and October!

Meet your professional development goals for continuing education, license renewal or advanced certification.
Register today. No registration fee and no tuition due now. 
All courses are approved electives in the Master of Science in Education degree program.

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