Henry Imler

Henry Imler

Instructional Designer at Hazelden Foundation

Location
Columbia, Missouri Area
Industry
Higher Education

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Henry Imler's Experience

Instructional Designer

Hazelden Foundation

Nonprofit; 1001-5000 employees; Hospital & Health Care industry

May 2013Present (1 year) Remote

Creates, implements, and manages online and blended courses and training programs
- Works collaboratively with faculty and others to design, develop, and maintain online courses, learning objects, and related assessments, advising others regarding appropriate instructional and learning technologies, delivery strategies, and adult learning theory.
- Identifies and plans appropriate instructional design strategies and objectives based on analysis of tasks, learners, subject matter, instructor, and curricular considerations.
- Serves as an in-house expert in online course development, use of technologies in traditional delivery systems, and other related subjects or technologies.
- Develops learning resources and revises online courses and components for online and blended contexts.
- Advises on course management and testing strategies, integration of media into curricula, and accessibility criteria.
- Assists the Director of Online Education with the development and review of policies and administrative procedures related to online and blended courses and learning materials.

Ensures the development of all online courses and activities meet the highest standards
- In collaboration with faculty, analyzes and develops instructional goals, objectives and timelines.
- In collaboration with the Director of Online Education and faculty, designs evaluative strategies and instruments to measure effectiveness of training, materials and courses.
- Analyzes qualitative and quantitative data, evaluates the effectiveness of online materials and analyzes student learning data. Utilizes data findings to make continuous improvements.

Assures a safe and secure environment for students, patients, staff, guests and visitors to include:
- Ensures that all of the required learning materials are 100% ADA compliant.

Adjunct Instructor of Religion, Philosophy and Ethics

Moberly Area Community College

Educational Institution; 201-500 employees; Higher Education industry

January 2010Present (4 years 4 months) Moberly, MO

Duties
- Taught PHIL 151 – Introduction to Philosophy (in-seat)
- Taught PHIL 152 – Introduction to Ethics (in-seat, online)
- Taught PHIL 157 – War, Peace and Religion (online)
- Taught PHIL 251 – Major World Religions (in-seat, online)
- Built the HTML and CSS from the ground up for PHIL157 and PHIL152 online
- Developed course curriculum, syllabi, and instructional materials
- Adapted in-seat and online instruction to accommodate diverse learning styles
- Maintained administrative records, including the timely submission of attendance, drops, & grades

Successes
- Recognized for quality course design - PHIL 152 course at MACC was selected to be the basis for the demo course for prospective students
- Recognized for quality teaching - Selected to be the developer for PHIL 157 for the MACC Online Campus
- Recognized for initiative and creativity in online instruction - Asked to be a faculty presenter for the Spring 2012 Online Faculty Development Conference on use of Twitter in the in-seat and online classrooms

Adjunct Instructor of Religion, Philosophy, and Ethics

State Fair Community College

Educational Institution; 501-1000 employees; Education Management industry

January 2010Present (4 years 4 months) Online

- Taught PHIL 101 – Introduction to Philosophy
- Taught PHIL 102 – Introduction to Ethics
- Taught PHIL 104 – Living Religions
- Built the HTML and CSS from the ground up for PHIL 101, PHIL 102, and PHIL 104
- Developed course curriculum, syllabi, and instructional materials
- Adapted online instruction to accommodate diverse learning styles
- Maintained administrative records, including the timely submission of attendance, drops, & grades

Course Review Specialist, Online Campus

Columbia College

Educational Institution; 1001-5000 employees; Higher Education industry

June 2011May 2013 (2 years) Columbia, MO

Duties
- Design effective instruction
- Collaborate with Content Experts and Instructional Technologists to develop and redevelop undergraduate and graduate courses in a wide variety of disciplines ensuring quality instruction, effective assessment, and accessibility
- Serve as liaison between Developers & Departmental Reviewers to ensure college and departmental requirements are met
- Train and mentor new and seasoned instructors - Plan, write and deliver presentations and workshops for online instructors and course developers
- Ensure the quality of instruction in the Online Campus – Perform bi-session audits of 230 online classes to ensure quality instructor presence, comprehensive day one readiness and syllabi compliance

Successes
- Created Online Campus Plain Language Workshop - Planned, wrote, & delivered a 3-hour workshop on “Plain Language” for the Course Review, Instructional Technology, and Student Services departments of the Online Campus
- Created the Reporting Apparatus for Bi-Session Audits – Developed an interactive reporting apparatus in Excel and Access for our online bi-session course audits, to increase consistence and accuracy in reporting
- Revamping New Instructor Training – Currently working on the committee to revamp and restructure the Online Campus’ New Instructor Training
- Creating content for The Village - Working closely with Instructional Technologists to create teaching and learning resources for “The Village,” the Online Campus resource center for instructors

Adjunct Instructor of Religion

Columbia College

Educational Institution; 1001-5000 employees; Higher Education industry

August 2010August 2011 (1 year 1 month) Jefferson City, MO

- Taught RELI 101 – Introduction to Religion
- Customized course curriculum, syllabi, and instructional materials
- Adapted instruction to accommodate diverse learning styles
- Maintained administrative records

Adjunct Instructor of Religion and Ethics

William Woods University

Educational Institution; 201-500 employees; Higher Education industry

February 2010August 2011 (1 year 7 months) Fulton, MO

- Taught PHIL 102 – World Religions
- Taught PHIL 212 - Ethics
- Developed course curriculum, syllabi, and instructional materials
- Adapted instruction to accommodate diverse learning styles
- Maintained administrative records

Adjunct Online Instructor

University of Missouri

Educational Institution; 10,001+ employees; Higher Education industry

June 2009August 2009 (3 months) Columbia, Missouri Area

- Taught REL ST 2110 – Religions of the World (online)
- Developed course curriculum, syllabi, and instructional materials
- Adapted instruction to accommodate diverse learning styles
- Maintained administrative records

Teaching Assistant and Masters Candidate

University of Missouri

Educational Institution; 10,001+ employees; Higher Education industry

August 2006May 2009 (2 years 10 months) Columbia, MO

- Assisted with the instruction of REL ST 1110 – Introduction to Religion
- Assisted with the instruction of REL ST 2100 – Indigenous Religions
- Assisted with the instruction of REL ST 2110 – Religions of the World
- Assisted with the instruction of REL ST 2510 – Introduction to the New Testament
- Developed instructional materials for weekly sections
- Adapted instruction to accommodate diverse learning styles
- Maintained administrative records

Senior Personal Banking Representative

Commerce Bank

Public Company; 1001-5000 employees; CBSH; Banking industry

August 2002July 2006 (4 years) Columbia, Missouri Area

Was Boone National Savings and Loan, now Commerce Bank

Duties
- Managed customer relations
- Supervised evening and weekend tellers
- Projected yearly deposit openings
- Managed vault cash and weekly cash sale to the Federal Reserve
- Opened an average of 20 deposit accounts per month

Committee Memberships
- Member of product creation committee
- Member of employee satisfaction committee

Successes
- Created Teller Tracking Report to assist in branch personnel and staffing analysis in Excel
- Created Deposit Account Summary Report to assist in deposit forecasting in Excel
- Exceeded Sales Goals each year

Henry Imler's Courses

  • Master of Education (MEd), Educational/Instructional Technology

    University of Missouri-Columbia

    • Project Management (IS_LT 9473)
    • Interaction Design (IS_LT 9461)
    • Instructional Systems Design (IS_LT 9471)
    • Designing and Implementing Online Courses (IS_LT 9485)
  • MA, Religious Studes

    University of Missouri-Columbia

    • Intensive Latin (Rel St 7990)
    • Post-Colonial Comparative Religion (Rel St 8005)
    • Major Religious Thinkers: Augustine (Rel St 7250)
    • Age of the Reformation (Hist 7640)
    • American Religious History 1750-1850 (Hist 8010)
    • Gospel Literature (Rel St 8250)
    • History of Religion in American Life (Rel St 8500)
    • Intensive Begining Greek (Greek 4110H)
    • Modern Perspectives in the Study of Religion (Rel St 7100)
    • Religious Texts & Interpretation - The Vedas (Rel St 8200)
    • Independent Reading in Religious Studies - Paul (Rel St 7990)
    • Religious History - Women's Religion in Greco Roman Religion (Rel St 8400)
    • Intensive Begin German (German 4070)
    • The Roman Empire (Hist 7530)
    • The Later Roman Empire (Hist 740)
    • Greek and Roman Religion (Rel St 7500)

Henry Imler's Languages

  • English

    (Native or bilingual proficiency)
  • Latin

    (Professional working proficiency)
  • Greek, Ancient (to 1453)

    (Professional working proficiency)
  • German

    (Limited working proficiency)
  • Hebrew

    (Elementary proficiency)
  • CSS3

    (Professional working proficiency)
  • HTML

    (Professional working proficiency)
  • JavaScript

    (Elementary proficiency)

Henry Imler's Skills & Expertise

  1. Courses
  2. Teaching
  3. Higher Education
  4. Public Speaking
  5. Curriculum Design
  6. Research
  7. Editing
  8. Curriculum Development
  9. Instructional Design
  10. Teachers
  11. Social Media
  12. Adult Education
  13. Distance Learning
  14. Customer Service
  15. Microsoft Office
  16. Fundraising
  17. Student Affairs
  18. Classroom
  19. Instructional Technology
  20. Training
  21. Staff Development
  22. E-Learning
  23. University Teaching
  24. College Teaching
  25. History
  26. Academic Advising
  27. Educational Technology
  28. Community Outreach
  29. Tutoring
  30. Student Development
  31. Program Development
  32. Career Counseling
  33. Academic Writing
  34. Qualitative Research
  35. Faculty Development
  36. Educational Leadership
  37. Writing
  38. Leadership Development
  39. Teacher Training
  40. ESL
  41. Critical Thinking
  42. Lecturing
  43. Volunteer Management
  44. Technical Writing
  45. Creative Writing

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Henry Imler's Education

University of Missouri-Columbia

Master of Education (MEd), Educational/Instructional Technology

20122014 (expected)

Learning Systems Design and Development Tract
School of Information Science and Learning Technology
In progress - anticipated completion date: 12/2014

University of Missouri-Columbia

MA, Religious Studes

20072009

Thesis: Husbands Scorned, Fathers Ignored: A Social Analysis of the Acts of Thomas.
Thesis Advisor: Dr. Nathaniel DesRosiers
Areas of Emphasis: Roman Religion, Early Christianity, Women in Religion, American Religious History, Postcolonial Comparative Religion

Columbia College

BA, Philosophy and Religious Studies

20022005

Cum Laude
Columbia College, Columbia, Missouri
Concentrations: Ethics, Minor: History
Thesis Title: Objective Personhood: Examining the Abortion Debate

Morgan County RII

Honors Diploma

19951999

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Instructional Design, HTML5, CSS3, Ethics, Philosophy, Comparative Religion, Roman Religion, Early Christianity, Postconservative Theology

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