LINGUIST List 9.1619

Tue Nov 17 1998

Jobs: Technology Consultant, SLA & Applied Ling

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  1. Naoko Nemoto, Instructional Technology Consultant at Mount Holyoke
  2. Doris Payne, SLA & Applied Ling; Asst Prof at U of Oregon

Message 1: Instructional Technology Consultant at Mount Holyoke

Date: Sat, 14 Nov 1998 09:49:00 -0500 (EST)
From: Naoko Nemoto <nnemotomtholyoke.edu>
Subject: Instructional Technology Consultant at Mount Holyoke


Instructional Technology Consultant - Foreign Languages

	Mount Holyoke College has an immediate opening for an
instructional technology consultant in the department of Curriculum
Support and Instructional Technology. Responsibilities will include
facilitating the use of computing technology and multimedia into
foreign language teaching and assisting foreign language faculty in
the use of a broad range of hardware and software. This individual
will manage and maintain the Language Resource Center computing
facilities; act as liaison to faculty in foreign language departments
to gather information about instructional needs and be a communication
conduit between faculty and the department as a whole; and design,
document and lead workshops for faculty and students. Qualified
applicants must have a minimum of two years full-time work experience
in instructional technology or academic computing support, preferably
with foreign language. Individuals should have significant experience
in supporting a variety of software applications; be knowledgeable
about two or more platforms: Mac, Windows, UNIX; have experience in a
networked environment; and have knowledge of applications such as
Authorware, Director, web page development, Photoshop, Premiere,
PowerPoint. Experience working collaboratively in group situations;
communicating effectively with non-technical personnel; project
management experience and demonstrated success working with faculty
are all essential to be successful in this position. Bachelor's degree
required; Master's degree preferred. Knowledge of computing
applications and solutions for foreign language processing is
preferred.

We offer a competitive starting salary and eligibility for our excellent
employee benefits program. To be considered for this position, please
submit a letter of interest and resume to:

			Mount Holyoke College
			Skinner Hall, Room 1
			50 College Street
			South Hadley, MA 01075
	 Fax: 538-3359 e-mail: lsamanomtholyoke.edu

Mount Holyoke College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer
committed to multicultural awareness and cultural diversity in its
faculty, staff and students. Women and people of color are encouraged to
apply.
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Message 2: SLA & Applied Ling; Asst Prof at U of Oregon

Date: Sat, 14 Nov 1998 15:29:47 -0800 (PST)
From: Doris Payne <dlpayneOREGON.UOREGON.EDU>
Subject: SLA & Applied Ling; Asst Prof at U of Oregon

The Linguistics Department at the University of Oregon has a
tenure-track opening for an Assistant Professor of Linguistics with
specialization in Second Language Acquisition and Applied Linguistics,
beginning Fall 1999. Salary is competitive depending on qualifications
and experience. The successful candidate must hold a doctorate at time
of appointment; have excellent qualifications for undergraduate and
graduate teaching and for directing graduate research; and demonstrate
an excellent research and publication program in empirical, functional,
and cognitive approaches to second language acquisition and in at least
one of the following specializations: language teaching, language
planning, minority language development and maintenance. Experience
working with K-12 second-language teachers and with intensive-
English-language programs is desirable.

The Linguistics Department of the University of Oregon has a
long-standing commitment to typological and functional approaches to
linguistics, the study of minority languages, and language acquisition,
and has a growing program in empirical psycholinguistics. Applicants
are encouraged to visit our web site at http://logos.uoregon.edu/uoling/
for further information about the Department.

Consideration of applications will begin January 1, 1999 and will
continue until the position is filled. To apply, send a letter of
application, CV, three letters of reference and representative
publications to:

SLA Search Committee
Department of Linguistics
University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403
USA

The University of Oregon is an AA/EO Institution.
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