The GDI Hub is recruiting a Teaching Fellow to support our exciting new MSc in Disability, Design and Innvoation:
Duties and Responsibilities
The main purpose of this role is to support our new MSc Disability, Design & Innovation (MSc DDI). Activities will include working with the team to develop a connected curriculum and novel teaching methods, as well as deliver core teaching and assessment for the MSc DDI. The MSc DDI will be taught across three institutions – UCL, Loughborough University London, and University of the Arts London. The post will sit within UCLIC (UCL Interaction Centre - https://uclic.ucl.ac.uk).
Day to day duties include organising and teaching modules, setting up and running laboratory/practical classes, holding personal tutorials with tutees, the setting and marking of examinations and coursework, setting up project collaborations, and the supervision and marking of project work. The post-holder will be expected to be actively involved in the development, planning and implementation of a high quality curriculum. The post-holder would additionally support some administrative tasks.
The role requires a thorough knowledge across a range of core human computer interaction and other computer science (e.g. physical computing, software development, software engineering, theory), along with experience of teaching and assessment in higher education.
A good working knowledge of a range of current mobile, cloud and web development technologies would be desirable. A track-record in teaching related research would be an advantage.
If you have any queries about the vacancy or the application process, please contact Dr Catherine Holloway (email@example.com)
Closing Date26 Nov 2017
Latest time for the submission of applications 23:59