Vacant Faculty Position at the Department of Educational Technology at Saarland University, Germany. Research on constructing and sharing knowledge in technology-enhanced learning environments.
We conduct research on constructing and
sharing knowledge in technology-enhanced learning environments, including among
other things facilitation of learning activities through computer-supported
collaboration scripts and adaptive feedback. If you could pass the following
job advertisement to anyone you think may be interested it would be most
appreciated. Thank you and apologies for cross-posting!
- Planning and conducting experimental
- Collecting and statistically analyzing
- Presenting results at international
conferences and in high-impact journals
- Supporting development and contributing
three hours of teaching per week to a master program of Educational Technology
- Acquiring external funding
- Concluded scientific university studies,
preferably recently concluded PhD studies, in the areas of the Learning
- Experience in planning, conducting,
analyzing, and internationally publishing empirical studies on collaborative,
- Very good proficiency of statistical
methods for analyzing learning processes and outcomes
- Teaching experience
- Proficiency in the English and German
language or willingness for respective training
Employment will follow the German
Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Länder (TV-L), including the
employee benefits common in civil service and the possibility to attain
qualification for Professorship (Habilitation). The contract will be initially
limited to three years with the option of extension. Depending on qualification
and preference, the position can be part-time (§ 7 Abs. 1 TzBfG).
For further information, please see
http://tiny.cc/go606 and feel free to contact Prof. Dr. Armin Weinberger at
a.weinberger @ mx.uni-saarland.de.
Please send your application with the usual
documents including CV, publication list, list of teaching activities, copies of
school and university certificates (no originals please!) per e-mail or hard
copy to Prof. Dr. Armin Weinberger, Campus 5.4, 66123 Saarbrücken, Germany by
July 9, 2010.