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#WhyITC: Wesley Marshall

In light of recruitment season and in lieu of a #TechTipThursday, one of our staff members wanted to highlight why he decided to join our team as an Instructional Technology Collaborator (ITC). Meet Wesley, a Business Administration major who is in his second semester as an ITC. Come say hello to him and our other …

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We’re hiring for fall 2018!

In support of Longwood’s commitment to academic success and pedagogical excellence through the effective application of instructional technology, the Instructional Technology Collaborator (ITC) program is ready to add to its ranks. Accepting undergraduate applicants for positions to start in fall 2018, successful candidates are effective multitaskers and responsible self-starters possessing strong written and verbal communication …

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Now hiring ITCs for Fall 2016!

The Digital Education Collaborative is currently hiring student staff workers to start this coming fall 2016 semester. Our student staff members, or Instructional Technology Collaborators (ITCs), assist the campus community in their use of supported instructional technologies. If any of these focus areas interest you, then you interest us! The future of instructional technology and …

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*RELEASE* ITC Recruitment Video

The Instructional Technology Collaborators, of spring 2015, are excited to release their recruitment video. Filmed and edited by the students themselves, you can hear from the students about the ITC program. If you’re intrigued by what you see and hear, we encourage you to apply! Applications are due by 5pm on Friday, February 27, 2015. …

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Now hiring ITCs for Spring 2015!

The Digital Education Collaborative is currently hiring student staff workers to start this coming spring 2015 semester. Our student staff members, or Instructional Technology Collaborators (ITCs), assist the campus community in their use of supported instructional technologies. If any of these focus areas interest you, then you interest us! The future of instructional technology and …

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