Director of Instructional Technology Salary
A Director of Instructional Technology earns an average salary of $70,795 per year. A skill in Project Management is associated with high pay for this job.
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Job Description for Director of Instructional Technology
Directors of instructional technology are employed primarily by universities and schools. Most employers are searching for applicants who have a bachelor's degree in a relevant field, though a master's is often preferred. Many also prefer applicants with as many as six years of experience in instructional technology or an IT-related field. Leadership experience is highly beneficial, as well.Read More...
Directors of instructional technology must have excellent computer skills, as well as knowledge of web tools and other applications. They should have prior experience working with web-conferencing, IM clients, and other programs. They generally work in office environments, usually at a desk and computer, and their main responsibility is to approach and develop new methods to present educational curricula to students using online and/or computer-based learning platforms. They must work well with other faculty members in order to develop and use these technologies, and will also be responsible for conducting meetings, workshops, and various training sessions to familiarize staff with various programs and applications. They must also ensure that all online programs are accessible and updated.
Directors of instructional technology will generally report to a director of learning and work with other staff members to create stronger and more well-rounded learning experiences for students.
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