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Mon Nov 13 2000

Jobs: Web Course Design at U of Basel, Switzerland

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Message 1: Web Course Design at U of Basel, Switzerland

Date: 10 Nov 2000 16:16:41 -0000
From: Claude-Anne Zuber <Claude-Anne.Zuberunibas.ch>
Subject: Web Course Design at U of Basel, Switzerland


Rank of Job: assistant, 50%
Areas Required: web-course design (linguistics)
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: University of Basel
Department: Dep. of Romance Languages
State or Province: Basel
Country: Switzerland
Final Date of Application: 1.1.01
Contact: Claude-Anne Zuber Claude-Anne.Zuberunibas.ch

Address for Applications:
Stapfelberg 7/9
Basel
 4051
Switzerland

The Institute of Romance Languages at the University of Basel is seeking
a collaborator to hold a 50% assistant position starting 1. March 2001
(or according to agreement) for a duration of 3 years.

Job profile:
-	implementation of multimedia environments for web-based university
instruction
-	development of computer-based teaching materials
-	advisory activity with regard to web editing

Requirements:
-	experience in creating web-sites and in implementing group-work
functions (e.g. forum, CSCW) or in handling student evaluation programs
(e.g. Webcity) - on Macintosh
-	good knowledge of French and German; good notions of English
-	readiness to collaborate closely with the people who are responsible
for the conceptual development of the teaching material
-	flexibility, ability to work autonomously and readiness to learn new
tools
-	University diploma or equivalent education
-	basic notions in linguistics or teaching experience welcome

Please address questions and application (by 1.1.01) to:
Mrs Anne-Claude Zuber
Romanisches Seminar, Universit´┐Żt Basel
Stapfelberg 7/9
4051 Basel
Switzerland
email: Claude-Anne.Zuberunibas.ch
phone: ++41/61/ 267 12 60 
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