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Mountainland Technical College
Instructional Designer, Office of Teaching and Learning Coordinator
Why did you pursue a career in the instructional design and technology field?
It aligns with my interests in technology and education.
What are some of your day-to-day responsibilities in your roles?
How have you found your jobs? What advice do you have for someone trying to find a job in the instructional design and technology field?
Online job searches. I advise people to get a job that requires not too long of a commute, and also to ask about work culture in job interviews. Flexibility is so important to have for family life and it also is one way that instructional design is a great field to work in for families.
In what ways did your graduate program prepare you for your career?
Projects and internships gave real world experience! I don’t do research in my current job so those skills are more on hold. In general IP&T helped me learn how to think critically and how to find answers to my questions.
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