Students Say They Are Not as Tech Savvy as Educators Assume – EdSurge News

In an interview with EdSurge, Alexandra Pickett, the Director of New York State University’s Center for Online Teaching Excellence, noted that many of her students know how to use online platforms such as Twitter and Facebook for fun, but have no idea how to leverage them for academic and professional use.


All online teachers know this. We coach the technology right along with the curriculum. 

e-Jobs: Online Highschool Teacher:  Highly qualified and certified to teach HS Social Studies 

Position Requirements:
Highly qualified and certified to teach HS Social Studies courses (US Government/Civics, US History, and World History and AP-level instruction); 
Holds a valid state teaching certificate from any State;
Prior experience teaching virtual classes a plus including experience with Adobe Connect or similar learning platforms;


Do you have virtual teaching experience? Here’s an online high school position with iTutor.  Is it time for a change? 

eJobs: Online Careers At Grand View University

Online Part-Time Faculty and Developers

Department: Academic Affairs
Location: Des Moines, IA
We are accepting applications for online part-time faculty and content experts for online course development in business administration.  Previous teaching experience and relevant experience in the subject area are desired.  PhD preferred, Master’s degree in the content area required.  Please include letter of application, vita/resume, transcripts (unofficial satisfactory at this time) and contact information for three references in your online application materials.

Content developers and instructors needed in particular in corporate finance and international management.


Looking for online work? Grandview is looking for both online teachers and content developers. Masters required, PhD preferred. 

Educause: ELI Webinar | Alternative Credentialing in Higher Education

Monday, July 10 | 1:00pm – 2:00pm ET | Online


Proof of skill attainment through alternative credentialing has gone mainstream. Microcredentialing and digital badging have become credible ways to codify achievements of many kinds: nanodegrees, traditional learning programs, micromasters, etc. This session will define and describe the emergence of badging, microcredentialing, and nanodegrees, along with the role that technology plays in enabling these models and the impact they are having on higher education.


This is the first of two webinars offered by Educause. Explore and discuss alternate credentialing concepts. Can universities adapt to the fast track offers from competitors like Coursera and EDx?

eJobs: Psychology Instructor – Online Adjunct

Position Summary
This recruitment is to establish an applicant pool for future vacancies. Individuals will be contacted as vacancies occur.

This position is responsible to prepare and teach on campus, hybrid online and/or full online psychology courses for the Social Sciences department at Tacoma Community College. This position reports directly to the Dean for Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences and works closely with the Social Sciences Program Chair and faculty.


Jump in the adjunct pool this summer and you might be teaching online this fall!  Learn More about teaching online.