1yr Lecturer in Digital Technology and Emerging Media @ Fordham
The Department of Communication and Media Studies is searching for a one-year lecturer appointment with a 4-3 course load, to begin Fall 2016 with the possibility of renewal. The lecturer will teach within our Digital Technology and Emerging Media major and will be based primarily at Fordham’s Rose Hill campus–though there may also be some opportunities at the Lincoln Center.
For Fall 2016 the lecturer would have the following schedule:
– DTEM 3476 Social Media: MT 11:30-12:45
– DTEM 3476 Social Media MT 4:00-5:15
– Plus two additional courses
The course description for DTEM 3476 is as follows: This class critically examines popular computer-mediated communication technologies such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Students will critically analyze, use, and encounter a broad range of social technologies. Students will also learn basic social media skills, “best practices,” and to create and propagate content.
[Note: My current syllabus for social media is here: http://www.tiara.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Social-Media-3307-Spr16-Syllabus.pdf]
The lecturer will teach two other courses TBD based on their area of specialization. The Spring semester will be more flexible.
Lecturer positions have health benefits.
Interested applicants should send a letter of interest, a CV, and a proposed syllabus for DTEM 3476 to firstname.lastname@example.org (Jacqueline Reich, Chair of the Department of Communication and Media Studies). Materials must be received by Monday, April 25.
Please email me if you have any questions, and please feel free to circulate this call widely.