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LINGUIST List 16.2357

Tue Aug 09 2005

Jobs: Computer mediated Comm: Asst. Prof., Tilburg U

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        1.    Alfons Maes, Computer mediated Communication: Assistant Professor, Tilburg University, Tilburg, Netherlands

Message 1: Computer mediated Communication: Assistant Professor, Tilburg University, Tilburg, Netherlands
Date: 08-Aug-2005
From: Alfons Maes <maesuvt.nl>
Subject: Computer mediated Communication: Assistant Professor, Tilburg University, Tilburg, Netherlands

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University or Organization: Tilburg University
Department: Communication and discourse studies
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Computer mediated communication


Within the Department of Communication Science, Arts Faculty, Tilburg
University, applications are invited for the position of

(vac. no. 810.05.06)

Main tasks
Candidates are expected to:
- Teach courses in the bachelor and master programme "Business
Communication and Digital Media" (for a survey, see
(http://studiegids.uvt.nl) and in the research master
- Participate in the research programme 'Multimodality & Cognition'. This
programme focuses on the cognitive and social ramifications of using
multimodal and digital communication
(www.tilburguniversity.nl/faculties/flw/cc/research/). In particular, the
candidate is expected to contribute to research into the relationship
between computer mediated communication and learning.
- Develop and supervise bachelor's and master's thesis research related to
this research programme.
- Be creative and innovative in using computer-based and collaborative
facilities for teaching and instruction, and in developing policy with
respect to e-learning in teaching and research.
- Execute managerial and administrative tasks.

- A Ph D in one of the following disciplines: learning psychology,
(cognitive) linguistics, discourse studies, cognitive psychology, language
and information science, communication studies, cognitive science, or
another relevant discipline.
- Experienced in experimental research in the field of multimodal
discourse, communication and digital media.
- Strong affinity and familiarity with recent developments in the field of
digital media
- Broad deployability in instructional and organizational tasks;
- Demonstrable didactic qualities.

The collective labour agreement of Tilburg University applies. Pay
classification is according to level of experience and expertise, with a
minimum of 2.950,-- euro per month (salary scale 11).

More information about the vacancy can be obtained from Prof. Dr. A. Maes

It is the policy of the university to increase the number of women
employed, and also members of ethnic minority groups and handicapped.

Address for Applications:

Tilburg University, Arts Faculty
Drs. O. Zweekhorst, Managing Director
vacancy no. 810.05.06
Room U 40
P.O. Box 90153
5000 LE Tilburg
The Netherlands
Or by email: solliciterenFDLuvt.nl

Application Deadline: 15-Sep-2005

Contact Information:

Prof. Dr. Alfons Maes
Email: maesuvt.nl
Website: http://www.uvt.nl/faculteiten/fcc/maes/

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