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- The Language Flagship Technology Innovation Center (Tech Center) in the College of Languages, Linguistics and Literature (UHM) seeks two self-starting graduate students with a keen interest in innovation in language technology. This graduate assistantship opens up opportunities to develop technical and pedagogical skills working with a dynamic group of language professionals in 22 U.S. institutions of higher education. Approximate start date is January 2, 2018, renewable pending availability of funds and satisfactory performance.
- Provide assistance with day-to-day operations of The Language Flagship Technology Innovation Center (Tech Center - http://lftic.lll.hawaii.edu/).
- Assist in the creation of simulations for language learning (Chinese, Russian, Arabic, etc.) and in the coordination and execution of Tech Center activities.
- Work as part of a team of educators on the day-to-day maintenance of online course management systems and various online applications for language learning as they relate to Tech Center projects.
- Assist in maintaining websites, keeping an active Tech Center presence in social media, and organizing faculty development events, face-to-face or online.
- Participate in weekly Tech Center meetings and keep regular weekly work hours on site.
- Classified graduate status in foreign languages, SLS, linguistics, educational technology, or related field.
- Excellent organizational and communication skills.
- Familiarity with basic principles of instructional design.
- Working knowledge of online learning technologies.
- Demonstrated ability to design and create instructional materials (portfolio or classwork accepted as evidence).
- Ability to provide technical support and guidance to users regarding computer applications and operating procedures.
- Ability to organize and lead online meetings, workshops or webinars.
- Academic interest in faculty development or project management.
- Ability to work effectively in evolving projects that may at times be ambiguous or have little structure.
- Demonstrated ability to design and develop webpages.
- Familiarity with social media technologies.
- Experience storyboarding instructional materials.
- Familiarity with rapid prototyping strategies.
- Familiarity and/or experience with image, sound and video editing software.
- Working competency in a language other than English, preferably a Flagship language.
- Advanced knowledge of HTML and web design.
- Gretchen Yamaguchi; 808-956-5121; firstname.lastname@example.org
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