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    FACULTY RESPONSIBILITIES AND GUIDELINES


    Provide students with clear job tasks and goals for the project, and due dates-try to be specific about what you would like them to do.
    Faculty is responsible for assigning work to the STM for the time the students is scheduled to work with him/her.
    Faculty is responsible for the hours assigned to work with the student based on faculty's request.
    Faculty is responsible for signing STM timesheets. Please note that students do not get paid for the hours they do not work.
    If a faculty member is unable to meet with the student as schedule, faculty should make other arrangement to insure the productive use of STM time.
    Share information about your course (i.e. goals, assignments).
    STM are no permitted to supervise a class for a teacher--the teacher must be present in the room with the students during class and/or lab periods.
    Faculty will provide feedback on STM performance to Associate Director.




  • STUDENT TECHNOLOGY MENTOR(STM) JOB DESCRIPTION



    WHAT DO STMs DO?



    Assist faculty in designing, creating and maintaining technology enhanced tools and resources for the classrooms, such as:


      PowerPoint presentations.
      Creating web pages with Dreamweaver.
      Managing courses in Blackboard and Ektron.
      Creating documents.
      Incorporating images and sound into learning resources.
      Assist in the development of ePortfolios.
      Develop multimedia projects.
      Assist with library database and Internet searches.
      Mentors provide assistance to students and faculty in the use of various technology tools for research, web development, and document production.
      Mentors assist computer lab users, both students and faculty, in the use of hardware and software.
      Mentors assist in the ePortfolio studio, helping students to develop their ePortfolios.
      Assist ePortfolio Consultants and IDAs.
      Use available resources to get help in solving technology related problems/questions.
      (i.e., textbooks, help menus, tutorials, Internet, other STMs, technology experts, instructors, CTL staff).
      Create learning tutorials as needed.
      Troubleshoot application problems and Internet search problems.
      Provide one-on-one training to faculty and students in various technology tools.
      Develop new knowledge and skills using technology.
      Assist professors with technology related surveys.
      Mentor faculty and students through providing technology based information.
      Make suggestions when appropriate.

    STM DON'T


      STMs may not work more than 15 hours per week unless they are completing a full time Internship of 25 hours per week.
      STMs may not run personal errands for students, faculty or staff.
      May not perform clerical tasks that are not directly related to technology-based projects.
      May not do physical inventories.
      May not move equipment.
      May not alter schedules without consulting with the Associate Director.
      May not supervise a class for a teacher. The teacher must be present in the room with students during class and/or lab periods.
      May not work with students on content.






  • INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN ASSISTANT(IDA) JOB DESCRIPTION

    WHAT DO IDAs DO?


      Assist faculty and students with developing Multimedia projects.
      Conduct advanced training workshops for STMs and other IDAs.
      Provide classroom instructional assistance and tutorials.
      Assist ePortfolio team, students, and faculty with ePortfolio development.
      Supervise the ePortfolio Studio Lab, Room B121 and provide assistance to faculty and students.
      Supervise and provide guidance to STMs in ePortfolio Studio and sign the STM sign-in sheets.
      Design and develop faculty and institutional web pages.
      Provide one-on-one consultation in the use of instructional technologies and web page design.
      Assist faculty and students with the design and development of web pages.
      Troubleshoot hardware and software problems as is appropriate to individual's knowledge.Assist in Professional Development workshops.