Job #: 075278
Location: SU Campus
Pay Range: $2,000 per credit
Online, synchronous, MW 2:15 to 3:35pm
Job Type: Part-time
Campus: Syracuse, NY
Unionized Position Code: UA
The College of Arts and Sciences seeks an experienced part-time instructor to teach one section of HUM 141 during the fall 2020 semester. Fall semester classes begin August 24, 2020.
Computing Culture: Technology and the Humanities (3 credits)
“Computing Culture” grounds the digital humanities integrated learning major by providing students with an overview of debates, skills, and approaches central to a critical, humanistic engagement with digital technology and culture.
Master’s degree required.
Job Specific Qualifications
Successful experience teaching digital humanities courses
Duties include the following:
- Developing and/or updating a class syllabus.
- Ordering the appropriate books and materials in advance of the class start date.
- Preparing lectures, projects or other student assignments.
- Maintaining regularly scheduled office hours of 1 hour(s) per week.
- Presenting instruction based on the competencies and performance levels of the class.
- Meeting all designated class periods. If you are unable to meet with your class due to illness or emergency, you should exercise your best effort to reschedule the class or to obtain a substitute. You must also notify the department chair or their designated contact of your absence and of your plan to cover the class.
- Working with the academic unit to maintain student learning outcomes.
- Submitting completed final grades according to University regulations.
- Grading student assignments and exams in a timely manner.
- Providing departmentally sanctioned forms for completed student evaluations.
- Completing all other course-related duties as outlined by your department’s policies for part-time instructors.
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How to apply
In addition to completing an online application, please attach a curriculum vitae and cover letter.