Online Adjunct Jobs: Argosy University

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Online Adjunct at Argosy University: Click here for detailed list.

Online Faculty needed for:

  • The Texas Principalship
  • Community College Finance
  • Human Resources courses

E-learning Jobs: Community College

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Community College Online Adjunct Jobs.

Verified on January 6, 2009

  • Each url leads to a schools job search page which opens in a new window.
  • Each school is advertising for online adjuncts (as well as traditional face to face positions).
  • Sometimes these pages are difficult to scan.
  • Just use the Find Command page search method to save some time.*

Bookmark these URLs!

http://tinyurl.com/camden-community-college

http://tinyurl.com/Briarwood-college

http://tinyurl.com/Blue-Mountain-Community-Colleg

http://tinyurl.com/Clark-State-Community-College

http://tinyurl.com/Penn-HACC-Virtual

http://tinyurl.com/Cerro-Coso-Game-Arts

http://tinyurl.com/Aims-Community-College

http://tinyurl.com/Kentucy-CTCS

E-Learning Research at Friday Institute at NC State University

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Dear Colleagues:

Here at the Friday Institute at NC State University, we have a number of new projects evaluating educational innovations, including virtual schools, 1-1 computing programs in middle and high schools, virtual computing applied to high school and community college engineering programs, technology integration projects, professional development programs, and state-wide policies and programs related to e-learning and 21st century skills. As a result, we are currently seeking to hire 8 additional researchers, 4 at the associate level and 4 at the senior associate level, to further build our existing research and evaluation team. I’ve attached the job description for each level position. Please spread the word to former students (masters and doctoral level), post-docs, and others who would be qualified and interested. Questions or requests for further information should be directed to Marj Santoro (msantor@ncsu.edu), who is coordinating the search process.

Thanks,
Glenn

Glenn Kleiman
Executive Director, Friday Institute for Educational Innovation
Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
College of Education
North Carolina State University
1890 Main Campus Drive
919-513-8509
glenn_kleiman@ncsu.edu

Senior Research Associate
(Multiple positions are available)

The mission of the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation at NC State University is to advance education through innovation in teaching, learning, and leadership. We conduct research, create resources, advocate to improve teaching and learning, and provide services to educators and policymakers. Our work focuses on innovations that will help prepare all students, from preschool through college, to live and work successfully in the 21st century.

The Senior Research Associate (SRA) will work on several projects to evaluate the implementation and impact of technology-enabled innovations in K-12 classrooms. This individual will assume a central role in the evaluation process and will manage the day-to-day operations of evaluation projects. The SRA will serve as the primary liaison between school personnel, project team members, graduate assistants, and the faculty members serving as principal investigators. The SRA will oversee all data gathering, data management, and data analysis activities related to the project. In addition, the SRA will be responsible for managing the production of reports for the LEAs and schools participating in the study, the funding agencies, and interested educators, researchers, and policymakers. The SRA will also be centrally involved with presentations and publications arising from the projects, and will contribute to proposals for additional evaluation projects. Multiple positions may be available.

This is a one-year appointment under a term contract, subject to renewal depending upon job performance and anticipated continuation of funding.

Qualifications:
• M.A. required, Ph.D. strongly preferred, in relevant field such as education or psychology;
• Training in Evaluation, Educational Psychology, Education or related fields.
• Strong methodological skills, including research design, quantitative analysis, qualitative analysis, measurement, and knowledgeable in using SPSS or SAS.
• Strong writing skills.
• Good project management and organizational skills.
• Ability to interact well with teachers, principals and other administrators in public schools at the elementary and middle level.
• Experience working in an elementary or middle school setting.
To Apply:
To apply please visit http://jobs.ncsu.edu and search for position number 03-27-0802.

AA/EOE. In addition, NC State welcomes all persons without regard to sexual orientation.

Attached File ( Number of downloads: 1 )
Attached File FridayInst_SeniorResAssoc.doc

Community College: E-learning Hotspot

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There is a growing interest and enrollment in online classes at Community Colleges. it makes sense, CC’s work with adults who are striving to learn while working in a job oriented world. It’s not just about students working to get to the University, it’s about providing education that fits into a busy world. CC’s have been ahead of the universities in many cases for years. Market forces make online classes a natural fit for CCs. Since quality online learning takes true teaching art, I suspect that those with training as an online instructor combined with the subject matter expertise that comes with a masters’s degree will crack a tough market and find new jobs as online adjuncts.