Instructional Design Intern, Credo, Boston, MA

Instructional Design Internship
Fall 2017

Credo is seeking a part-time Instructional Design Intern (15-20 hours/week) to join our team for the upcoming fall semester. We are flexible both in terms of schedule and location. 

Schedule: We are flexible with work schedule as long as those hours can be worked during normal business hours M-F 9-5 EST.

Location: Our office is based in Boston, but students from all U.S. locations will be considered since working remotely would be fine.

The Instructional Design Intern will contribute to planning and editing materials for educational objects including courseware lessons, video scripts, tutorials, assessments, and rubrics on a variety of topics related to information literacy, research skills, and critical thinking. These materials are geared primarily toward a higher ed audience with occasional K through 12 projects. Other responsibilities may include conducting research on topics such as best practices in instructional design for eLearning, standards in critical thinking, and information literacy education, to inform the creation of high quality, innovative content. The intern will work directly under the guidance and supervision of the Manager of Instructional Services.

About the Internship:

  • You will edit and QA materials for courseware and client projects.
  • You will format content for lessons, assessments, study guides, and other learning objects in edX and elsewhere.
  • You will assist in performing inventory of courseware learning objects and identify outstanding items from contractors.
  • You will use tools such as Amazon Web Services, JIRA and Confluence, Salesforce, Google Drive, and others to complete tasks.
  • You will research topics related to eLearning, instructional design, ADA compliancy, and educational technology.
  • You will document all projects in the relevant systems.
  • You will contribute to discussions about process improvement.

About You:

  • You are enrolled in a graduate program for instructional design, education (with a focus on eLearning), information science, instructional technology, or library science.
  • You have a passion for research, instruction and education, and electronic resources.
  • You are an excellent communicator and have solid interpersonal skills.
  • You have experience working with/in learning management systems, and basic HTML coding.
  • You can multitask and prioritize and have the ability to manage workload through effective time management with attention to meeting multiple deadlines.
  • You are resourceful and take initiative with the goal of developing innovative solutions.
  • You are inquisitive, curious, and willing to learn.
Interested students should apply here.

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