The Instructional Design & Technology program at Old Dominion University seeks an energetic, team-oriented faculty-member to join our program as a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor. We offer a traditional graduate instructional design and technology program for Ph.D., M.S., and several certificates via local and/or hybrid distance format. This is the first of two positions that will be advertised this calendar year. A full copy of the add appears below. We will begin reviewing applications next week and will review until filled.
Instructional Design and Technology
Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA
Old Dominion University’s Department of STEM Education and Professional Studies seeks applications for a full-time tenure track Assistant/Associate Professor (10 month appointment with opportunity for summer employment) that begins in July 2015 in the Instructional Design and Technology program. The Instructional Design and Technology Program offers master’s and doctoral degrees via a unique distance approach with students across the United States and in several foreign countries.
Candidates must have completed all requirements for a doctoral degree in instructional design, instructional technology, instructional systems, or closely related field by August 31, 2015. Teaching expertise preferred in at least two of the following areas: instructional design, K-12 technology integration, evaluation, theory related to the field, and distance education. The successful candidate should have the ability to teach in face-to-face, distance (asynchronous and synchronous), and blended modes. Consideration will be given to candidates who have either an established record of scholarship and continuing research or demonstrated potential for scholarly productivity. Candidates applying for the position as an associate professor must have a significant publication, teaching, and service record appropriate for the rank. Successful candidates will be expected to teach, conduct research, publish, seek grants, mentor graduate students, and interact with colleagues in the program, department, college, and university. Further, the successful candidate should have a demonstrated commitment to diversity and participation in program governance and decision-making. Candidates who have experience with and/or a commitment to working in multicultural settings are preferred.
The position will be located at the Norfolk Campus. Old Dominion University is located in historic Norfolk, Virginia; the 251 acres of the Old Dominion University campus stretch from the Elizabeth River to the Lafayette River. Although situated in a metropolitan setting, the University offers a small-college look and feel, with tree-lined walkways, a mix of old and new buildings, and colorful gardens and ponds. Founded in 1930 as a division of the College of William and Mary, Old Dominion has grown into its own over the years and is now one of only 101 public universities with a Carnegie/Doctoral Research-Extensive distinction. The Department of STEM Education & Professional Studies (STEMPS) is one of six departments in the Darden College of Education. The STEMPS department has twenty full-time faculty and offers the Bachelor of Science degree, Master of Science degree, Master of Science in Education degree, the Educational Specialist, and the Ph.D. in Education.
Review of applications will begin March 15, 2015 and continue until the position is filled. Candidates should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, transcript from all post-secondary institutions attended, and contact information for three professional references to https://jobs.odu.edu
Old Dominion University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.