Like 1.9 million other academics, you’ve got a LinkedIn profile. Along with the rest of us, you set it up to improve your visibility and to network with other researchers.
Succinct suggestions to improve your LinkedIn Profile. Do it! For more on social networking and academic jobs see UW-Stout’s E-Learning and Online Teaching Career Center resources.
The School of Education at Pacific Oaks College is grounded in a constructionist, inquirybased, experiential framework that is focused on social justice, equity, and principles of diversity and inclusion.
Masters required. Teach online professional development for teachers in training.
The Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth is a nonprofit dedicated to identifying and developing the talents of academically advanced K-12 students around the world.
Put your math skills to work supporting gifted and talented high school students from around the world. Bachelors degree required, masters degree preferred.
The UCLA Extension Education Department seeks instructors for part time teaching positions in its teacher preparation and educator professional development programs.
If you know how to do professional development for K-12 teachers, this might be the job for you!
Case studies of graduate students who have used LinkedIn to advance their careers. Optimistic reading!
In this article, I share a few ideas—starting with the simplest and working through some more complicated endeavors—that may assist you in bringing more engagement to your online classroom.
Clever ideas to improve engagement in your online course. Use them!
Tips on developing and enhancing your LinkedIn profile
A valuable slide show to help you expand your understanding of LinkedIn as an academic network opportunity.