- Professor of Digital Media – Florida State College at Jacksonville
- Assistant Professor of Communication – Gordon State College in Georgia
- Junior Professorship – salary grade W1 for the chair of “Digital Provenance” – Technische Universität Berlin
- Digital Pedagogy & Scholarship Specialist for Video – Bucknell University
- Assistant Professor – Electronic Media – Digital Communication – Mansfield University
Professor of Digital Media – Florida State College at Jacksonville in Florida
Florida State College at Jacksonville is looking for an innovative full-time Professor of Digital Media who is dedicated to student success. We are a progressive, four-year state college offering associate and bachelor degrees. Courses are taught in modern classrooms, online, or a hybrid blend of both.
Requirements: Master’s Degree in Digital Media or related field from a regionally accredited institution OR A Master’s degree with at least 18 graduate hours in Digital Media or related field from a regionally accredited institution Interested candidates must submit a Florida State College at Jacksonville online application and attach unofficial copies of student transcripts at https://jobs.fscj.edu Please refer to Job Opening ID: 2018108
If you would like to know more about Florida State College at Jacksonville we can be found at http://www.FSCJ.edu.
Florida State College at Jacksonville is an equal access/equal opportunity employer that makes employment decisions without regard to race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation/expression, gender, sex, age, genetic information, disability, pregnancy, or marital status. Veteran status and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Assistant Professor of Communication – Gordon State College in Georgia
Position Begins August 2018 (contingent on budgetary resources)
Primary responsibilities will include teaching sections of Communication in support of USG core curriculum, GSC AA Communication degree, and Professional Communication Track of English BA program; engaging in appropriate institutional/community service; and developing an active program of professional development.
Employment is contingent on successful completion of background check.
The Division of Humanities is an interdisciplinary division sponsoring courses in Art, Communication, English, Foreign Languages, Music, Philosophy, and Theater. There are 23 tenure-track faculty members in the Division, 19 of whom have an earned doctorate.
Gordon State College has served the community and region continuously since its founding in 1852, and has been a unit in the University System of Georgia since 1972. After more than three decades of serving the state as a residential two-year college, Gordon was named a state college in 2006 and asked to develop selected four year programs to address critical state needs. In May, 2009 the College graduated its first baccalaureate class of 27 early childhood education majors; the college launched its baccalaureate English program in 2011. GSC now offers twelve distinct baccalaureate programs.
The main campus of Gordon State College is in Barnesville, Georgia, a lovely town located an hour south of Atlanta, Georgia. Students and faculty enjoy the pleasures of small town living together with access to the many attractions of a major metropolitan center and an international airport.
Gordon College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Georgia is an Open Records Law state. All advertised positions are contingent on final budget approval.
Ph.D. in Communication (ABD with impending dissertation defense considered)
Ph.D. in Communication (ABD with impending dissertation defense considered)
Junior Professorship – salary grade W1 for the chair of “Digital Provenance” – Technische Universität Berlin
Technische Universität Berlin, Faculty I – Humanities, Institute of Art History and Historical Urban Studies is searching for a
Junior Professorship – salary grade W1
for the chair of “Digital Provenance”
Reference number: I-205/18 (starting at 01/01/19 / for a period of 3 years; an extension of three more years / closing date for applications 15/06/18)
Working field: We are looking for candidates with an international profile, who have significant research and teaching experience in the field of Digital Provenance. We are seeking a candidate to lead research toward the objective of developing new digital tools for provenance research. The candidate is welcome to apply this research in any specialized branch of provenance research related to his or her existing expertise. The candidate shall work in cooperation with the current professors at the Institute of Art History and Historical Urban Studies. The professor will teach courses for the Bachelors program “Kultur und Technik”, and the Masters program “Kunstwissenschaft”. The willingness and ability to teach in the English language is a prerequisite. The position entails the supervision of Bachelors and Masters theses as well as Ph.D. dissertations. In addition, the Professor shall take active part in duties related to academic administration.
Requirements: Successful applicants must satisfy the requirements for a professorship according to § 102a BerlHG. This includes the attainment of an advanced degree in Art History or another relevant field, and a doctorate in Art History or another relevant field. The candidate should have a proven track record of outstanding skills in scientific work; here, usually demonstrated by the completion of an excellent doctoral thesis and a strong pedagogical aptitude.
Publications in the area of Digital Humanities are desirable. Experience in acquiring and executing projects involving thirdparty funding is also desirable.
Good English language skills are desired.
Technische Universität Berlin is determined to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching and therefore strongly encourages qualified female researchers to apply. Qualified individuals with disabilities will be favored. The TU Berlin values the diversity of its members and is committed to the goals of equal opportunities.
Applications from abroad are explicitly welcome.
Technische Universität Berlin is a certified family-friendly higher education institution, and our Dual Career Service offers assistance to you and your family when relocating to Berlin.
Digital Pedagogy & Scholarship Specialist for Video – Bucknell University
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
- Responsible for the oversight of a dynamic digital media program that effectively supports faculty and students at all levels of expertise.
- Serves as a primary teaching resource for media-intensive courses focusing on media production and editing.
- Provides guidance to develop curricular projects with faculty that support Buckell’s teaching and learning mission. Such course projects might include: digital essays, digital stories, animations, short documentaries, and interactive documentaries.
- Provides guidance to faculty members to facilitate digital scholarship projects (focused on audio and/or video) including: project vision and definition, advice about project scope, requirements, specification, and design.
- Collaborates with faculty to explore audio and video technologies that may represent new opportunities for Bucknell faculty in the classroom, in support of student learning or scholarship.
- Trains and supervises student assistants who provide direct digital media production support and other advanced application support in the Digital Video Editing Lab.
- Participates in decisions about the priorities of various instructional technology projects.
- Keeps apprised of developments in the field, makes recommendations on new technologies and purchases.
- Coordinates, develops, organizes, and leads events and programs such as presentations, workshops, lectures, demonstrations, and learning communities.
- Serves as project team member (as appropriate) for digital scholarship projects.
- Serves as project manager (as appropriate) for digital scholarship projects.
- Moves forward team, organization, and University strategic plans. Administrative
- Works closely with other L&IT teams (classroom support, tech services, equipment desk) to ensure that the Digital Video Editing Lab, One-Button Studio, classrooms, and loaner video equipment are properly configured, imaged, and functioning as expected.
- Documents faculty and student interactions to aid in resource planning.
- Highlights multimedia (video) projects by:
- Developing and maintaining content for our web showcase.
- Writing content for other venues such as The Next Page, L&IT Matters, and University Communications.
- Participates in and helps implement assessment efforts in the department.
- Demonstrates discipline and independent judgment in furthering departmental and L&IT initiatives.”
Opportunities and Challenges:
The new Digital Pedagogy & Scholarship Specialist for Video will enter the institution after a period of transformational growth in our video program. Since 2012 L&IT has supported nearly 160 courses representing over 2600 students. English, French, Italian, Religion, Chemical Engineering, Management, Psychology, Arabic, International Relations, and Theatre and Dance are just a sampling of departments that have developed curricular video and audio assignments. The specialist will need to devise strategies to continue to grow the program while being mindful of current resources. Additionally, Bucknell’s digital scholarship program continues to grow and more and more faculty researchers are recognizing the potential of using video to share new knowledge.
The next specialist will need to continue to advance our exploration into new and emerging multimedia including, but not limited to, 360-degree video, augmented reality, virtual reality, and interactive documentaries.
L&IT is currently planning a major upgrade to the the existing Digital Video Editing Lab so that it can support the students involved in video production each semester. The new specialist will help plan this new lab and video infrastructure to maximize use across campus. A One-Button Studio is slated for construction during the summer of 2018. This facility will contain a retro-reflective green screen in addition to one-button video equipment and lighting.
The next specialist will work closely with the manager of the equipment desk to purchase, upgrade and utilize video and audio equipment. L&IT supports regular upgrades and purchases with a healthy budget.
Bucknell maintains a strong collaborative relationship with Kaltura. Our previous specialist was an invited speaker for their Connect Education Summit. Other members of DP&S have served on Kaltura Advisory boards. The next specialist will have an opportunity to help rethink our approach and use of MediaSpace which is unique among higher education institutions.
The next specialist will partner with other DP&S staff members to supervise and grow our student multimedia consultant program. Students in this program help monitor our digital video editing lab and help with campus multimedia projects.
- Bachelor’s degree
- 2 years of demonstrated work experience with audio and video production
- ability to write clear, accurate communications, and other documentation
- ability to set priorities and manage work and deadlines independently
- experience planning and executing workshops or evidence of instruction and/or teaching
- effective oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
- demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusiveness
Assistant Professor – Electronic Media – Digital Communication – Mansfield University
The Department of Communication is an energetic department that sponsors a variety of student/faculty events, promotes innovative teaching, and boasts a strong connection with alums and the community. The department offers bachelor degrees in Communication (including degree emphases in Electronic Media, Public Relations, Sports Information, and Organizational Communication) and has a solid track record of employment in the field for graduating seniors. See more at http://communication.mansfield.edu/
The successful candidate is expected to teach Com/Media Law, Sports and the Media, and Media Ethics. Additional classes will be derived from the following list: Audio Production, Intro to Electronic Media, Intro to Mass Media, American Electronic Media History, TV and Radio Announcing, Intro to Video Production, Advanced Video Production, Principles of Advertising, Film and Society, Electronic Media Programming, Electronic Media Workshop, Electronic Media Sales & Management, and possibly Oral Communication/Public Speaking or Intro to Public Relations. Applicant must be able to be on campus five days a week.
Education and Experience: Earned Master’s degree in Electronic Media or Mass Communication. Evidence of effective college-level teaching experience in basic and advanced courses and/or applied experience in professional TV production and completion of successful SKYPE and campus interviews which will include a demonstration of relevant knowledge and skills. PREFERRED: PhD or ABD in Electronic Media or Mass Communication and has the ability to help move the curriculum in a digital direction.
For full position requirements and description, including application procedures, visit https://jobs.mansfield.edu/postings/1167 . Position Number: F14-TT-2018. Completing search is contingent on available funding. Last day to apply is July 28, 2018. EEO Employer.
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