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. Department Information
The Department of Educational Technology and Foundations houses three programs: Instructional Technology, School and Library Media, and Educational Foundations. We are seeking part time instructors in all three areas. Please see the qualifications for each area below.
The College of Education, Department of Educational Technology and Foundations invites applications for a Part Time Instructor position. The position will require teaching undergraduate and/or graduate courses in the designated discipline using face-to-face and/or online modalities. The part time instructor will be responsible for teaching the course(s) as assigned. Adjunct faculty may teach a maximum of two courses per semester.
School Library Media (SLM) Adjunct Faculty Qualifications Required Education:
Master’s degree in school library media or successful completion of a state approved school librarian certification program at the master’s degree level ¿ For teaching in the non-degree or M.Ed. SLM programs: Earned Specialist in Education (Ed.S.) degree with emphasis in school library media, library and information science, instructional technology, instructional design, or closely related field For teaching in the Ed.S. SLM program: Earned doctoral degree (or ABD) with emphasis in school library media, library and information science, instructional technology, instructional design, or closely related fieldRequired Experience:
PK-12 school library media specialist Preferred Experience: Preferred Qualifications:
- Working knowledge of library and information systems, learning theories, instructional design, technology integration, and/or distance learning.
- Experience working with adult learners and familiarity with adult learning theories.
- Experience teaching and/or advising graduate students.
- Demonstrated ability to teach courses in fully online environments.
- Demonstrated innovative uses of technology to enhance teaching and learning.
- Willingness to take leadership roles in state, regional, national, and international professional organizations such as the Georgia Library Media Association, American Association of School Librarians, and the International Association of School Librarianship.
Educational Foundations Adjunct Faculty Qualifications Required Education:
M.Ed. or higher in the field of education. Preferred Experience:
Instructional Technology Adjunct Faculty Qualifications Required Education:
18 hours in post-graduate Instructional Technology courses experience teaching in a fully online environment.Preferred Qualifications:
- An earned doctorate in the field of Instructional Technology or a related field.
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