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  1. 1. Team C: Roles and Responsibilities
  2. 2. Role of instructional designer VISUALIZE AND THINK
  3. 3. Development cycle
  4. 4. University-Level: Organizational Chart Senior mgr Instructional technology support & Development Director, Director, Instructional Innovation Services Educational technology services Director, instructional support Services SR. Asst. director, applications support associate Direcror, Systems Support asst director, instructional design & Development ceeative director, New media Development Associate director, instructional technology training Associate Director, Instructiional technology support SR. Web Developer SR systems Architect lead Instructional Designer Asst Director, Educational media Development Instructional technology specialist Learn tech support Specialist PHP developer /information architect Database & Systems Adminstraor Instructional Designer Lead interaction Designer /developer Training Program coordinator learn tech helpdesk Coordinator
  5. 5. ROLE: Instructional Designers
  6. 6. ROLE: Director Educational Technology
  7. 7. ROLE: Assistant Director, Application Support
  8. 8. ROLE: Creative Director, New Media
  9. 9. ROLE: Senior Web Developer
  10. 10. ROLE: Senior Systems Architect
  11. 11. ROLE: PHP Developer/Information Architect
  12. 12. ROLE: Database and Systems Administrator
  13. 13. ROLE: Lead Instructional Designer
  14. 14. ROLE: Director Instructional Innovation Services
  15. 15. ROLE: Director instructional support services
  16. 16. ROLE: Associate Director Instructional Technology Support
  17. 17. ROLE: Instructional Technology Specialist
  18. 18. ROLE: Assistant Director Instructional Technology
  19. 19. ROLE: Lead Interaction Designers/Developer
  20. 20. ROLE: Training Program Coordinator
  21. 21. ROLE: Associate Director Instructional Technology Training
  22. 22. ROLE: Learn Tech Support Specialist
  23. 23. ROLE: Learn Tech Support Helpdesk Coordinator
  24. 24. Justification The justification of the targeted roles and responsibilities listed for higher-level distance education programs require adequate support for numerous reasons: • The top level serves as a liaison with other departments, generating needed resources, assigning personnel to conduct needed assessments, select and evaluate available learning resources and learning technologies. • Another level of personnel serves to guide and direct personnel needed to develop the infrastructure and create the program. • In addition, another level is required to resource support in developing, designing, evaluating, training, and maintaining all branches of the distance education programs within the institution (Simonson, Smaldino, Albright, & Zvack, 2012). According to Vaughan (2011), successful multimedia projects begin with selecting “team players.” But selection is only the beginning of a team-building process that must continue through a projects duration. Ragan & Smith (2005) mentions that organizations need project managers; trained to asses organizational needs, plan and schedule communication, manage interactions among and between people and teams, budget and allocate resources, and evaluate and report project outcomes (p.313). Finally, before a project begins, it is imperative to have a clear understanding of all objectives and expectations with all key stake holders.
  25. 25. Servers In order for a user to obtain access to the LMS, the school must have several servers to store the information that they need. A server stores information and links all of the devices (Latitude Learning, 2013).
  26. 26. Internet Browser An internet browser such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, etc. allows the user to obtain access to the LMS (Latitude Learning, 2013).
  27. 27. Support Software A support software that is used by many colleges, eCollege, promotes access, achievement, and affordability (Pearson, n.d.a). (Pearson, n.d.b)
  28. 28. Operating System An operating system, such as Windows, Linux, or Mac is needed in order for the LMS to operate on a computer (Latitude Learning, 2013).
  29. 29. Computer Network & Portable Electronic Devices An LMS must operate on a computer, so the school must have a computer network for users. Users may also find it convenient to have portable electronic devices with the capabilities of a computer, too (Latitude Learning, 2013). (LG Electronics, n.d.)
  30. 30. Installation Disc Space In order for the LMS to run, sufficient installation disc space is required on every user’s computer hard drive (Latitude Learning, 2013). (Microsoft, n.d.a)
  31. 31. References Distance Education and Learning Technology Applications (DELTA). (2013). DELTA organization chart. Retrieved from http://delta.ncsu.edu/assets/DELTA-OrgChart_Functional1.pdf Indeed one search, all jobs. (2014). Find salaries. Retrieved from http://www.indeed.com/salary? Internet Explorer. (n.d.). [Screenshot of Internet Explorer Logo]. Retrieved from Latitude Learning. (2013, October 15). What are the system and browser requirements and how can I check them? [Web log comment]. Retrieved from http://www.latitudelearning.com/Blog/tabid/1761/Article/763/Whatare-the-System-and-Browser-Requirements-and-how-can-I-check-them.aspx LG Electronics. (n.d.). [Screenshot of a LG smartphone that is distributed by Verizon Wireless]. Retrieved from Microsoft. (n.d.b). [Screenshot of a computer that is operated by Windows 7]. Retrieved from Microsoft. (n.d.a). [Screenshot of a computer that is opened to display installation disc space]. Retrieved from Onet Online (2010) Onet. Retrieved February 23, 2014 from http://www.onetonline.org/find/quick?s=Director+instructional+support+services Pearson. (n.d.a). eCollege. Retrieved from http://www.ecollege.com/index.php Pearson. (n.d.b). [Screenshot of a course that is supported by eCollege]. Retrieved from Simonson, M., Smaldino, S., Albright, M., & Zvacek, S. (2012). Teaching and learning at a distance: Foundations of distance education (5th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson. Smith, P. & Ragan, T. (2005). Instructional Design. Third Edition.John Wiley&Sons.

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