Academic Technology Innovator – University of Arkansas – Open through May 1st

The University of Arkansas has a new-to-us position open through May 1. We are seeking an Academic Technology Innovator for our campus in beautiful Fayetteville, Arkansas. This is a leadership position with one direct report. It is the first of its kind here and we are looking for a self-starting, tech-enthusiastic, faculty-service-obsessed individual to help formalize a vision and spread knowledge on how tech use will enhance teaching and learning. The U of A campus is historically decentralized and we are working on crafting and implementing a collaborative, beneficial path to excellence and this academic support piece is key. The Academic Technology Innovator will develop relationships, build bridges, fill gaps and bolster our current 8 Guiding Priorities. I encourage you to check out the posting below, share it with peers or possible candidates, or best yet apply and – JOIN US! Consistently ranked one of the Best Places to Live, we’d love to have you come CALL THE HOGS with us – Go Razorbacks!


The University of Arkansas is seeking an Academic Technology Innovator to join the Faculty Technology Team in IT Services. This position is responsible for facilitating and coordinating discussions, plans and pathways to help drive innovation and smart academic technology use within the teaching and learning environment. This will require building deep relationships and working in close coordination with faculty and academic administrators across all University schools and colleges. Also responsible for representing the Information Technology department on various committees and working groups, advocates for a consistent academic technology experience in learning, helps to establish the strategic direction for excellent academic technology use, and serves as a conduit to empower faculty and classroom innovation by helping in the facilitation of moving innovative ideas into execution of transformative learning.

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