Instructional Designers
CCIT's Instructional Designers (IDs) are responsible for designing, developing, evaluating, and teaching instructional design and technology courses; managing and completing projects; evaluating and recommending appropriate technologies; advising and supporting faculty in a manner consistent with instructional technology best practices; coordinating professional development programs; coordinating and conducting instructional technology workshops; providing first class customer service; and facilitating experiences that prepare instructors to teach in any environment (including online).

IDs will collaborate with Delaware Tech faculty to produce state of the art technology learning applications and environments.  Duties include, but are not limited to, designing, developing, evaluating, and teaching courses in Delaware Tech's Instructional Design and Technology Certificate program; advising and supporting faculty to create technology-based learning projects that are consistent with best practices in instructional principles and theories; educational technology project management; evaluating requests for technology-based learning projects and recommending technologies that match instructional objectives; coordinating the development and delivery of instructional technology faculty professional development programs; designing, developing, coordinating, and conducting instructional technology workshops that promote technology integration that enhances instruction; teach courses that prepare faculty members to teach online; and instructing faculty members on best practices for technology-enabled course design.