eLearning: Learning Designer works to enhance the Miamieducational experience as part of the eLearning department at MiamiUniversity. Whether a course is 1% or 100% online, this individualsupports the planning, designing, and developing of effectivelearning experiences. This position actively collaborates withindividual faculty, programs, and departments to support theirdigital and innovative learning needs. The Learning Designer is anintegral team member of an eLearning department that is engaged inlearning design, learning multimedia, learning innovation, andlearning technology & support across the university. Theindividual in this position brings to it (or demonstrates potentialto learn) knowledge of pedagogical theory & best practices thatempower effective use of technology in learning. Position isa one-year appointment with the potential for renewal based onfunding and performance.Duties include and are not limited to:Communicate and collaborate with faculty in planning courses,selecting appropriate educational technology, and course deliverystrategies.Apply instructional design theories, practice, andmethods.Create engaging and effective learning activities andcompelling course content in collaboration with subject matterexperts.Analyze and apply trends in learning technologies andinstructional design.Work as part of a team, plan faculty development, and supportfaculty in effectively utilizing technology in teaching.Prepare training and support resources as needed for a varietyof instructional technology tools.Serve as a liaison to academic departments to discover andsupport their eLearning needs.Coordinate and complete eLearning projects.Other duties as assigned.Required: Bachelor’s degree; Demonstrated ability to work withmultiple priorities in a fast-paced, dynamic environment;Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate and interact withothers to accomplish goals; Ability to organize and pay attentionto details. This position is not eligible for H1-B sponsorship.Consideration may be given to candidates with Master’s degree,preferably in instructional design, education, communication,media, business, or relevant field; Demonstrated experience inbuilding technologically mediated courses; Knowledge of andexperience in education (preferably higher education); Teachingexperience, whether online, hybrid, or face-to-face; Ability totrain one-on-one and in a group setting; Advanced experience orskill in any of these desired specialties: Learning Design:advanced knowledge of developing fully online programs, courses,and equipping faculty; experience leading instructional designteams; advanced knowledge of hybrid teaching & learning;advanced experience in faculty development/training; projectmanagement; Learning Media: advanced post-production or graphicdesign or other advanced media skills, Learning Innovation:learning analytics or research in teaching & learning withtechnology; experience with innovation (in either education,business, communication, or other settings); Learning Technology& Support: advanced instructional technology use and/orsupport; information technology management; emerging technologies,project management, advanced LMS administration experience or usersupport.Submit cover letter and curriculum vitae to http://jobs.miamioh.edu/cw/en-us/job/498376?lApplicationSubSourceID.Inquiries may be directed to Timothy Baltrip [email protected] Screening of applications will begin March24, 2021 and continue until the position is filled. 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Chase Elliott’s hopes for a Sonoma Raceway victory hit a final-stage snag Sunday as his Hendrick Motorsports No. 9 Chevrolet lost power and went behind the wall for diagnosis.Elliott had led three laps and was scored in third place behind race leader Martin Truex Jr. on Lap 60 of the 90-lap race, when he reported “blew up, blew up” as he coasted down pit road. His No. 9 crew raised the hood and performed some cursory checks before pushing the car to the garage, out of the race for good.RELATED: Full race results“I don’t know. I don’t think I missed any shifts or anything,” Elliott told his team on the radio, saying that the car had not shown any abnormal signs before its mechanical issue. Bill Elliott, his Hall of Fame father, was on spotter duty for the team this weekend and reported that the car had misfired on the final time past his location.“We lost oil pressure but there is no oil leaking, so it must have been a belt, I guess,” Elliott said later. “And obviously when that happens, you’re not getting oil so things are going to not work when they’re not being loosened up and have oil to work with. I’ve been with Hendrick Motorsports for a number of years now running their engines, and I think this is the second time we ever broke one. So, I’ll take those odds all day long.”Eight laps after Elliott pulled off the track, the team informed primary spotter Eddie D’Hondt that the No. 9 was done for the day in the Toyota/Save Mart 350. Elliott had finished in the top 10 in the past two Sonoma races, but was 37th Sunday, losing ground in the standings as a result.Elliott has virtually clinched a spot in the 16-driver playoff field with his victory in April at Talladega Superspeedway.
Dubbed Ocean Alliance, the parties say that the “milestone agreement” will offer fast transit times, competitive sailing frequencies and the “most extensive port coverage in the market”.”This new partnership will allow each of its members to bring significantly improved services to its respective customers,” said the lines in a joint statement.”Shippers will have an attractive selection of frequent departures and direct calls to meet their supply chain needs, including access to a vast network with the largest number of sailings and port rotations connecting markets in Asia, Europe and the United States.”The carriers added: “The alliance will also bring service reliability and the most efficient integration of the latest vessels in a fleet of over 350 containerships. Initially the deployment will cover more than 40 services globally mostly connected with Asia, including about 20 services each in the USA and Europe related trades.”Subject to regulatory approvals of competent authorities, the Ocean Alliance plans to begin operations in April 2017. The initial period of the alliance shall be five years.www.cmacgm.comwww.coscon.comwww.evergreen-line.comwww.oocl.com
You can submit your entries on our Heavy Lift Awards website – www.heavyliftawards.com. Entries for the awards close on April 12, 2019.There are 12 awards up for grabs, including:Airfreight solution of the yearEquipment innovation awardEnvironment award, sponsored by Blue Water ShippingExcellence in engineering, sponsored by RedBox Energy ServicesForwarder network of the year, sponsored by CJ ICM LogisticsOverland transport provider of the yearPort / terminal operator of the yearProject logistics provider of the year, sponsored by AAL ShippingSafety award, sponsored by deugro groupShipping line of the year, sponsored by Trans Global ProjectsTraining award, sponsored by RTL Project Freight ForwardingThe lifetime achievement award, sponsored by Beluga Projects Logistic, will be presented to the individual that has made a long-lasting impact on the heavy lift, specialised transport and project forwarding industry. Our independent panel of judges will select the winner of this award, but nominations are welcome.Designed to celebrate the many individuals and companies whose vision, innovation and commitment helps to shape this vibrant industry, the Heavy Lift Awards provides the perfect great opportunity for you to showcase your achievements in the complex field of heavy lift and project forwarding.To get involved and make sure you are considered for an award, please complete an entry form on the website, filling out all relevant fields and uploading your PDF submission for each category.If you have any queries about entering, attending or sponsoring the awards please contact [email protected]
Guyana Under – 19 Coach Julian Moore is almost certain that the five-time defending champions in the one – day version of Cricket West Indies regional U19 championships can record its sixth consecutive regional under – 19 one day title. “By nature, I’m a confident person so I’ll be confident regardless, but to be honest we have a very good chance. “We have experience and the talent… there were encouraging signs during the under – 19 Inter-County-tournament so we are very upbeat about the tournament and what’s to come,” Moore, who enjoyed success with the team in 2017 and 2018 said. Commenting on the expanse of talent in the squad of 18, Moore explained that beyond their natural talent, the shortlisted players are quite experienced, having been around for quite some time. “The talent is tremendous; most of the guys have been around the scene from the under – 15s and have been performing pretty consistently since that age group. “One of the things for us is that we have nine fellas back from last year which brings a lot of experience and continuity to what we are trying to achieve this year,” he declared. Guyana’s quest for their sixth title will commence on July 25 in St. Vincent and the Grenadines when the 2019 CWI Championships gets underway. Berbician Moore along with the side’s manager Andy Ramnarine has, in the past, been credited for their man-management acumen which has boosted Guyana’s championship run. In 2019, those qualities will have to once again come to the fore to settle any dressing room nerves while creating an environment to continue Guyana’s historic run. There is also an added distraction or incentive, depending on the mental effect it has on the players, the consideration that the 2019 edition of the championship will be used to select the West Indies Under-19 squad to contest the 2020 ICC World Cup in South Africa. Moore explained that the management is addressing the potential hindrance. “There is a conversation about it (World Cup selection) but it’s up to us (Management) to not make it the main focus. We are just reinforcing that, them doing well will not only help us to win but it also gives them a chance to move forward in the West Indies set-up,” Moore said. Asked to point out who are some of the players he thinks would carry Guyana’s championship run, Moore advanced that ‘skipper’ Ashmead Nedd, who has Under – 19 World Cup experience, Sachin Singh, Qumar Torrington and Kevlon Anderson are the players he expects to provide leadership on and off the park. The 18 shortlisted players are currently encamped at the Chetram Singh Centre of Excellence hostel and indoor facility. They will be involved in two practice matches and a number of fitness exercises before departing Guyana.List to 18 players selected reads: Ashmead Nedd (Returning from 2018), KevlonAnderson (Returning from 2018), Alex Algoo (Returning from 2018), Adrian Hinds (Returning from 2018), Yeudistir Persaud (Returning from 2018), Kelvin Umroa (Returning from 2018), Qumar Torrington (Returning from 2018), Sachin Singh (Returning from 2018), Junior Sinclair (Returning from 2018), Dequan Bamfield, AlphiusBookie, Daniel Mootoo, Garfield Benjamin, Nigel Deodat, Robin Williams, Seon Glasgow, Joel Spooner, Leon Swamy