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Has the Internet Spawned a New Generation of Professors?

The Internet is rapidly changing the nature of professorship and offers a whole new academic lifestyle. With the growth in virtual education, and the slow but steady adoption of online coursework by "traditional" universities, the creation of a new type of professor becomes apparent. Virtual professors live in a world where multiple responsibilities are balanced by integrating technology into their lifestyles. The new age of technology has spawned a new type of professor. To be a strong virtual professor requires high technology and high pedagogic knowledge of the subject matter (McAnally-Salas, Lavigne, & De Vega, 2010). Low technology skills and high pedagogic knowledge didn’t work well as professors couldn’t share or express their knowledge. Likewise, high technology and low pedagogic knowledge limited depth of explanation. Both technology and knowledge must blend together to create effectiveness.  Online professors don’t have the same level of wiggle room t

Online Adjunct Instructor, Business Strategy (Graduate Level)

Brief Summary:      The School of Management is accepting applications for an online adjunct faculty member in Strategy to begin January 2015. Duties and Responsibilities:     Teaching and grading Business Strategy at the graduate level in the online MBA program. Qualifications:      Candidates must have at least a Master’s degree in Management and prior experience teaching Management Strategy (a.k.a., Business Policy, Capstone) online in an MBA program.   Experience in Sakai online learning platform is desired.

Utica College Online Adjunct (Multiple)

We are currently accepting applications for adjunct instructors to teach in all disciplines to support programmatic and enrollment growth. If you hold the minimum of a master’s degree, you are welcome to submit your application for consideration. The only exception to this requirement is the nursing clinical opportunities which require a bachelor's degree in nursing. Review course descriptions Complete the online instructor application and attach your CV and unofficial transcripts for review. You will receive an auto-reply once you have successfully submitted your application. Although we are accepting applications in all disciplines we may not have an immediate need for someone with your background and experience. Your information will stay on file and active. If we have an opening that is a match for you, you will be contacted by a member of the Office of Human Resources.