Position Announcement: Assistant Professor: Instructional Systems 54987

January 11, 2001

Assistant Professor

Instructional Systems 54987


The Department of Educational Research at Florida State University seeks a

faculty member who is able to teach graduate courses, conduct a program of

research, and engage in service to the university and profession. A strong

systems focus is required. The expertise of the individual can be in any of

the areas offered by the Instructional Systems Program, including

instructional design, performance technology, K-12 applications, change

process, distance education, or interactive technologies. The candidate

will typically teach graduate courses in his/her area of specialty and

other core courses in the department. Candidates should demonstrate strong

potential for scholarly achievement and the ability to secure external

funding for research projects.

Minimum qualifications include: An earned doctorate in Instructional

Systems, Educational Technology or closely related field such as

Educational Psychology. Candidate should have a record of publications,

presentations, and other scholarly activity commensurate with experience in

the field. Evidence of preparation to teach educational technology courses

at both the undergraduate and graduate levels; and ability to work in a

collaborative environment is required. College teaching experience is

highly desired. Summer teaching responsibilities may be possible dependent

upon programmatic need and University resources.

Send application package, including letter of application documenting

interest and qualifications; current vitae; sample publications; and three

letters of recommendation along with a list of names, addresses and

telephone numbers of five references who may be contacted to: Dr. Amy

Baylor, Chair, Instructional Systems Search Committee, Department of

Educational Research, 307 Stone Building, College of Education, Florida

State University, Tallahassee, Fl 32306-4458. For further information,

contact Dr. Baylor at (850) 644-5203, fax (850) 644-8776, or email at