Monthly Archives: January 2014

Adjunct Faculty-Psychology – HigherEdJobs

Touro University Worldwide is currently seeking additional adjunct faculty to teach courses online within the Doctor of Psychology in Human and Organizational Psychology (PsyD) Program. 

Essential Job Functions:

  • Motivate students to achieve learning outcomes in interactive class discussions
  • Interact with an academically and culturally diverse student population
  • Submit grades and applicable documents in a timely manner
  • Mentor and support doctoral students that lend to their success in the program
  • Continue professional development and scholarly research in area(s) of expertise

See on www.higheredjobs.com

Beyond Job Hunting: LinkedIn Launches New Marketplace to Help Professionals Find Meaningful Volunteer Opportunities

Are you looking to work toward a cause you believe in while gaining new skills? LinkedIn’s new Volunteer Marketplace might help you find your next volunteer opportunity!

Dennis T OConnor‘s insight:

Volunteering not only extends your network, it opens your heart. 

See on dashburst.com

Interview with Nik Peachey: Publishing, eLearning Trends and Technology

What I really like about e-publishing and in particular blogging, is the immediacy of the process. You can have an idea today and publish it today and by tomorrow you can start reading peoples responses to that idea. For me that’s really fantastic and I get a real buzz from it and learn so much from doing it. Often the responses and the interaction I get as a result of that cause me to modify and rethink my ideas and beliefs, so I continue to learn from what I do.

See on blog.wiziq.com