POOL - Online Lecturer and/or Course Designer - 8161BR
POOL - Online Lecturer and/or Course Designer
Application materials will be reviewed by the faculty and placed in a pool for consideration for developing and/or teaching undergraduate or graduate courses in Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies consistent with departmental instructional needs.
The successful candidate must have appropriate authorization to work in the U.S. before employment begins.
100% - Teach a specified number of either undergraduate or graduate courses per semester.
- Prepare for and attend all class meetings. Provide timely feedback and instructor/student interaction in asynchronous online course format with occasions for online office hours and/or Q&A sessions. Regular weekly interaction is expected in online courses.
- Provide instruction for course(s). Classes are generally in an 8-week or minimester format. Class meetings will generally be asynchronous, but instructional expectations match those of the face-to-face experience.
- Administer assignments, tests, evaluate student work, provide timely feedback to students, and assign grades.
- Be available for students involved in classes taught. “Office hours” may include a set time where students can contact the instructor, but must also include expectations for timely responses to student inquiries outside of a set contact time.
- Adhere to departmental, college and university policies.
Duties (Online Course Developer):
100% - Build an online course for the unit and/or the College Online Programs.
- Design the course in accordance with departmental guidance and KU standards, which include working with instructional design staff in the Center for Online and Distance Learning
- Work in a collaborative environment, utilizing the expertise of the other major instructors in the (Program/unit/center).
- Complete the course design process within a specific deadline to ensure the course is fully designed and quality reviewed prior to the date the course is to be offered, as determined by the academic department.
- Master's degree in relevant area.
- Demonstrated knowledge of the Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies course being taught from educational or employment experience.
- Teaching experience (classroom or online) at the university level.
Required for teaching graduate courses: a Ph.D. in WGSS or an allied field.
- Ph.D. in Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies.
- Evidence of prior success in teaching in the field.
Additional Candidate Instructions
Deadline/ Review Date: Ongoing
Estimated Start Date: Ongoing