The Department of Human-Centered Computing, School of Informatics and Computing, seeks an Adjunct Instructor to teach one or more sections of the NEWM-N102 Digital Media Imagery course. This undergraduate course is offered in the fall and spring semesters. Depending on the enrollment, we may also offer the course during summer sessions. Some sections of the course are taught online; other sections are taught in person on the campus of IUPUI. At this time, we seek applications from individuals who will be able to physically teach the courses here on the IUPUI campus in downtown Indianapolis.
The Digital Media Imagery course is a hands-on introduction to the basic tools used in industry for the creation, editing, manipulation, and uses of 2D raster and vector graphics. Other topics include the integration of imagery into a personal Web site.
- Prepare and deliver classroom lectures, assignments and projects over a 15-week semester
- Provide students with practical experience through hands-on practices
- Administer assessments of course learning outcomes, e.g., grading assignments, quizzes and exams
- Provide after-class support for students, e.g., holding office hours and responding to student inquires via voice calls or emails
- Encourage student progress and retention
- Deep commitment to student learning and success
- Master’s degree in a closely related field
- Teaching experience in college or technical training institutes
- Ability to teach classes in-person and online effectively
- Significant industry experience and solid technical knowledge in digital media imaging, and digital media design.
- Excellent proficiency in Photoshop, Illustrator and digital media imagery editing tools
- Strong organizational, motivational, and communication skills
Please forward resumes and questions to email@example.com.
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