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FT2 Instructors, Adult Education and Learning, Design, and Technology

Instructors (Fixed-term 2), Adult Education and Learning, Design, and Technology

Position Announcement

Department of Learning and Performance Systems

Position Available

Fixed-term 2 Instructors, Adult Education and Learning, Design, and Technology

Beginning

Summer 2014

Appointment conditions:

The Adult Education Program and the Learning, Design, and Technology Program is seeking instructors to teach a graduate level course in qualitative data analysis (ADTED 551) and 1 (or 2) sections of an introductory undergraduate course in world technologies and learning (INSYS 100) for summer 2014.  These positions are dependent upon class enrollments; enrollments of less than 9 students will necessitate cancelling the class and position.

This is a one-semester appointment. Salary is competitive.

Responsibilities:

Teach ADTED 551 and INSYS 100.

Required qualifications:

  • For ADTED 551 - earned doctorate in Adult Education or a related field by the end of spring semester 2014; for INSYS 100 - a bachelor's degree plus 20 graduate credits in Learning, Design, and Technology or Instructional Systems by the end of spring semester 2014.
  • Evidence of a commitment to excellence in teaching including use of current technology, commensurate with experience
  • Evidence of a commitment to working collegially and with individuals from diverse backgrounds, commensurate with experience.

Application procedures:

To apply, applicants must submit a letter of application documenting qualifications and indicating which course they are applying to instruct; a current curriculum vitae; and the names, email addresses, and phone numbers of two academic references who can speak to teaching abilities.  Applications received by February 28, 2014 are assured full consideration; however, applications will be received until the positions are filled.

If you have questions related to the position responsibilities, contact Professor Ali Carr-Chellman at aac3@psu.edu.

Electronic submission of all materials is strongly preferred.  Send applications materials to cdf2@psu.edu Those who do not have access to electronic mail can direct hardcopy of application materials to:

Cynthia Fetters

LPS, 411E Keller Building

University Park, PA  16802

This job announcement is also available in alternate format.  Employment will require successful completion of background check(s) in accordance with University policies.  Penn State is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity, and the diversity of its workforce.