As an instructional designer, a lot of my job involves providing feedback to other instructional designers. I have created checklists for new courses and course copies, with a thorough attention to detail. As an instructor, I provide feedback on semester long student projects. In addition to beta testing, I will look for UX/UI elements and provide tips for improvement, test your project for its functionality, proofread, and ensure that objectives, content, and assessments are aligned for a learner-centered experience. I have a basic understanding of accessibility, but as an instructional designer, I am always learning! My portfolio is at kaylajutzi.weebly.com. I look forward to working with you! *Note: the rate is dependent on work requested ($35 - $40).Report this
Experience: 0-3 years
Availibility: 1-9 hours/week
Type of work: Part-time contracting
Work location preference: Remote
City and State: Chicago, Illinois
Portfolio link: kaylajutzi.weebly.com
Certificate at Graduate Cert, Instructional Design, George Washington University
Masters degree at Higher Education Administration, George Washington University
Bachelors degree at Organizational Communication, University of West Florida
Columbia College Chicago Online
(from 08/2018 till present)
Lead Instructional Designer, Maintain Style Guide, Templates, Instructor trainings, and course development documents. • Serve as Team Lead to complete projects and explore options to further develop innovative solutions or improved course design. • Consult, support, and train faculty in the planning, instructional design, pedagogy, e-learning, assessment, research-based design strategies, and improvements based on course evaluation data. • Collect and aggregate student course evaluation data to refine materials, instruction, and course design. • Manage the course development process to develop 8 week/3 credit online courses in Canvas, using CidiLabs. • Design and Develop learning materials that are contextually rich, engaging, objective-driven, and focus on real-world/applicable skillsets. Materials include interactive multimedia, video and screencast-lectures, infographics, discussion questions, authentic assessments, and rubrics. • Complete quality assurance review for quality standards and objective alignment. • Manage all cloud-based services, documents, and processes utilized in course development, design, and delivery. • Liaison with Marketing and Enrollment to ensure processes and documentation satisfy marketing and multimedia needs. • On-board, train, and provide feedback for new instructional designers. • Maintain knowledge of new and emerging technologies, research methodologies, and curricular practices in the field of online/blended. • Provide maintenance and updates for the course workload calculator, to ensure that each course meets credit hour requirements based on current research for student reading rates, writing rates, video watch rates, and estimated time for project completion.
Columbia College Chicago Online
(from 11/2016 to 08/2018)
Instructional Designer, Consulted and supported faculty in the planning, instructional design, development, and evaluation of online courses and innovation projects. • Utilized course content to develop 8 week/3 credit online courses, which aligns with certificate curriculum as applicable. • Ensured that courses meet the needs of adult learners and accessibility standards. • Assisted faculty and multimedia team in the development of course video lectures. • Collected and aggregate student course evaluation data to refine materials, instruction, and course design. • Created and revise instructional design documents and processes with the team.
George Washington University
(from 08/2017 to 12/2018)
Section Leader - Developing Multimedia Materials - Fall 2017, Fall 2018, Facilitate, Participate, and Grade Weekly Discussions. • Work with the Instructor of Record to grade course assignments. • Monitor student participation and course e-mail account to provide student support as needed. • Course projects include project proposal, needs analysis, storyboard & design grid, Beta and Final Instructional Module Unit, Project Management Report, and Peer Evaluation.