Topics: Meet the Clemson Online Teams, Upcoming Summer 2022 Training, Fall 2022 Part-time Student Internships
This week, we are spotlighting the teams that make up Clemson Online to showcase the services that each team contributes to the overall goal of the department. Namely, supporting the instructors who deliver online courses. Then we give a sneak peek at our upcoming summer training programs which will be released soon. And we end by promoting two available part-time student internships for Fall 2022!
Clemson Online exists to support the university in its various goals. We offer many supporting services to faculty and Cooperative Extension Agents. We collaborate closely with our partners to better serve everyone at Clemson University who utilizes online teaching technology. This week in the blog and on our social media we will be highlighting the teams within Clemson Online so that you can get to know us and better understand how we can support you!
Clemson Online is led by director, Matt Briggs. He supports our teams by maintaining continual contact with Senior Associate Provost, Dr. John Griffin, disseminating operations information with the department, and coordinating with our associate directors and the business management team to evaluate and execute Clemson Online’s goals.
Angela “Angee” Pearson is Clemson Online’s business manager. Angee works behind the scenes to ensure that our teams are aware of university policy updates, that our office is in compliance, and she manages financial concerns for the department. Angee is supported by our Office Manager, Anolyn Watkins, who manages the day-to-day operations to keep our department functioning well.
Led by Associate Director, Lori Kinley, the Online Development team supports the online instruction pedagogy of all Clemson University instructors who teach online. The Online Development team deploys a variety of services to support 29 online for-credit programs, over 60 non-credit Cooperative Extension and other non-credit courses, Grad 360°, and others. Those services include online pedagogy consultations, course and instructional design, Quality Matters (QM) course reviews, live faculty development training, video production services, and social media promotion. Schedule a consultation for these services and more, to enhance your online instruction!
Led by Associate Director, Anne Marie Rogers, the Learning Tech team supports online instruction through the administration, evaluation, maintenance, and demonstration of learning technology tools. In addition, the Learning Tech team frequently coordinates with CCIT, and other university stakeholders, on the maintenance and deployment of learning technology tools. As well as evaluating those tools for compatibility with Clemson University interests such as providing accessibility for all learners. Schedule a consultation on how to use these tools to enhance your online instruction!
Led by Associate Director, Allan “Al” DeToma, the Analytics team supports Clemson Online behind the scenes with insightful analysis of online interaction, website traffic, and coordination with future Cooperative Extension Agents. The Analytics team serves Clemson Online by helping us identify trends within the online Clemson community so that as a department we can be well informed on how to meet the needs of Clemson University.
While you are (hopefully) getting to take a well-deserved break, Clemson Online is staying busy putting the final touches on our Summer Training opportunities. Stay tuned for updates to register for these exciting programs!
We have two part-time student internship positions available for Fall 2022. As a note, both positions are located at Clemson Online’s office in Pendleton, SC thus both positions are a mix of onsite and remote work. Location of work is impacted by the weekly work hours required. Those interested in either position should submit a portfolio and resume that demonstrates the ability to meet the requirements of the positions.
Assist Clemson Online’s mission to support faculty and staff in regard to using Canvas and other instructional tools. Successful candidates for this position will exemplify reliable communication and organization skills, graphic design knowledge and skills, and who demonstrate enthusiasm and dedication to assigned work projects. These projects will include the following:
Assist Clemson Online’s mission to support faculty and staff in regard to using Canvas and other instructional tools. Successful candidates for this position will exemplify reliable communication and organization skills and who demonstrate enthusiasm and dedication to assigned work projects. General multimedia knowledge and skills are needed while proficiency in Adobe After Effects, Lightroom, Premiere Pro, and Photoshop is preferred. These projects will include the following:
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