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Adjunct Instructor of Grapic Design

Doane University College of Arts and Science invites applications for an adjunct instructor of Graphic Design to teach Web Design this spring semester. This course will be taught Thursday evenings from 6:00 -9:00 pm, beginning January 15, 2019 and ending May 9, 2019. This web design course is intended for Graphic Design Majors and has traditionally utilized Adobe Dreamweaver as the primary application.
This course introduces students to the principles, methods, and applications of web design. Students will learn to code using HTML and CSS, with the primary focus of designing content-driven layouts for usability, interactivity and navigation. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to layout, code, and maintain a website.
The duties associated with the teaching assignment include:
Developing a class syllabus
Preparation of lectures
Presenting instruction based on the competencies and performance levels of the course
Meeting all designated class periods. Submitting completed final grades according to University regulations
Grading student assignments and exams in a timely manner
Providing department forms for student evaluations
Doane University actively works to create and sustain a welcoming learning community for all members to fulfill their potential, feel valued, and make meaningful contributions to the university. Doane University is an equal opportunity employer and seeks candidates who reflect the diversity of our society. In accordance with USCIS regulations, successful applicants must be legally able to accept work in the United States. Doane is unable to sponsor applicants for work visas.
Apply at www.doane.edu/jobs with a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, contact information for three references, and PDFs of transcripts of all graduate work. Official transcript of terminal degree or degree in progress will be required as a condition for employment. Review of applications will begin immediately.

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