The Instructional Technology Group explores innovative uses of technology, such as mobile technologies, WordPress course sites, custom teaching/learning portals, video production projects, digital humanities projects, etc., in teaching and learning at Yale. We like to think of ourselves as a creative collective supremely committed to Yale’s educational mission. We need some enthusiastic, free-associative, think-outside-the-box interns to help us do just that. We invite you to apply to be a part of the ITG creative team as an Instructional Innovation Intern [i3]!
The i3 program offers a number of great opportunities for Yale students to have a direct impact on the teaching and learning ecology at Yale by developing and supporting technology-enhanced course projects. The internship counts on you to be self-directed. Your ideas help fuel this whole enterprise! You can combine your interests with tech and teaching trends at large and the projects ITG develops in partnership with faculty and students. You will work closely with instructors, instructional technologists, librarians, and teaching specialists to design, develop, and support digital teaching resources for use in the Yale curriculum. You will also collaborate with a cohort of interns and staff whose skills and talents are always available for you to draw on.
Some knowledge of WWW fundamentals is desirable. Because the program emphasizes collaboration with faculty and other staff, applicants should be organized and have excellent oral and written communication skills. The ability to work collaboratively with a diverse group is essential, as is an enthusiasm for exploring how interactive digital environments can enhance the teaching and learning process.