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Re: UBC-V sessional teaching, Arts Studies in Research and Writing

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"Thieme, Katja" <[log in to unmask]>

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casll-l: Canadian Association for the Study of Language and Learning (Inkshed)" <[log in to unmask]>

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[Seems the CASLL listserv doesn't allow me to respond with a direct message to a particular sender, only with a message to the whole list. Apologies if this doesn't concern you: please ignore.]


Hi Lois,

Unfortunately, none of these sections are distance education sections. All of them are on-campus and meet several times a week. 

All the best,
Katja
____________________________________

Dr. Katja Thieme
Chair, Arts Studies in Research and Writing | Department of English | Vantage College
Website: http://faculty.arts.ubc.ca/kthieme/
ASRW & English office: Buchanan Tower 405
Vantage College office: Lower Mall Research Station 202

________________________________________
From: casll-l: Canadian Association for the Study of Language and             Learning (Inkshed) [[log in to unmask]] on behalf of Provost, MC Lois [[log in to unmask]]
Sent: May-05-16 4:53 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: UBC-V sessional teaching, Arts Studies in Research and Writing

Greetings Katja:

Are any of these sessional positions distance learning?
That would interest me for two reasons:  First, I am in New York
getting my feet back into the water after a long period of healing due
to injury that led to increasing legal blindness and will be able to
travel again perhaps in 2 years. Second, I am scheduled to begin
vocational rehab with assistive tehchology shortly. Third, this is
intended to permit me to return to my work in arts related education
and research - for I can read (listening), write (keyboarding) and
write drafts (the 'blurt' approach) and will begin relearning how to
edit by reading/listening this month.

This would be my first time looking into online/distance education and
there would need to be a way to connect, for example Blackboard
collaborations, or some connectivity here in New York, perhaps with
SUNY, CUNY or Canadian Council of Ministers of Education recent look
at international education.  The distance aspect would also open a way
for the present and future generations of blind learner-scholars to
participate. I would like to be able to bring forward this idea, with
your collaborative partnership and the guidance of yourself and others
to determine its feasibility, and would like to be able to include the
CNIB and the State Commissions for the Blind and related
organizations, in terms of professional development for teachers. My
doctor is interested in this area I hope to count on his support.

One important area is determining what kind of living wage income
would become possible from such an approach also; and, how we could
connect it with other schools and universities of the Americas as a
whole, or elsewhere to make this feasible in terms of the field as a
whole. I would be interested in connecting this also with other
current questions in research which we could discuss once feasibility
is determined. On this we would probably need other guidance from
CASLL-L leadership.

Let me hear your thoughts

Lois
--
Provost,MC L, M.Ed, TPSE
Ph.D. candidate, SJE on hiatus (due to injury)and on
Writer Residency, Research Libraries of New York
Focus:Indigenous Knowledge Systems (Family, Health, Education)
Areas: Mother Language, Sacred Music, Performance, Memory
Human & Environmental Health
Advisory committee: Dr. George J.S.Dei, Dr. A. Miles
University of Toronto
Social Justice Education


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  Subject: UBC-V sessional teaching, Arts Studies in Research and Writing
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> Dear CASLL colleagues,
>
> Sessional teaching available in the fall/winter terms in my unit,
> Arts Studies in Research and Writing, at UBC Vancouver. Please feel
> free to forward to relevant candidates and forums.
>
> All the best,
> Katja
>
> +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>
> http://www.arts.ubc.ca/about-arts/academic-postings/
>
> Academic Postings
> ASRW - Sessional Lecturers for WRDS 150 (2016 W)
>
> 3 May, 2016
> Arts Studies in Research and Writing - Sessional Lecturers for WRDS 150
> 2016 Winter (T1 & T2)
>
>  Arts Studies in Research and Writing (ASRW) in the Faculty of Arts,
>  UBC Vancouver invites applications for part-time sessional
> lectureships to cover sections of WRDS 150: Research and Writing in
> the Humanities and Social Sciences (3 credits) in the 2016 Winter
> session: Term 1 (Sept 1 - Dec 31, 2016) and Term 2 (Jan 1 - April
> 30, 2017). There are approximately 33 sections available; however,
> the final number of sections offered is subject to enrolment.
>
> Each section of WRDS 150 will enroll a maximum of 30 Arts students,
> and will take a writing-in-the-disciplines approach to reading and
> writing in the social sciences and humanities. (see Calendar
> description at:
> http://www.calendar.ubc.ca/vancouver/courses.cfm?page=code&code=WRDS)
>
> Qualifications:
>
> Applicants will have a doctorate in a relevant field (including
> writing and discourse studies, composition theory, rhetoric, applied
>  linguistics, language and literacy studies), or a doctorate in
> another humanities or social science field and experience in
> teaching writing in the disciplines and/or teaching writing with
> genre-based pedagogy. Applicants from both inside and outside UBC
> are encouraged to apply. Inquiries may be addressed to the ASRW
> Chair, Dr. Katja Thieme ([log in to unmask]).
>
> How to Apply:
>
> Applicants should submit the following documents:
>
> If you are currently a sessional lecturer in ASRW:
> --    a letter of application indicating your availability in term 1
>  and term 2. You may include information relevant to your scheduling
>  needs (e.g., teaching back-to-back sections) for the Committee's
> consideration; however, there can be no guarantee that preferences
> can be accommodated.
> --    curriculum vitae (please detail postsecondary teaching experience)
> --    course outline for a section of WRDS 150 (including course
> description, list of sample texts, learning outcomes, and
> descriptions of sample assignments)
> --    statement of teaching philosophy and, if available, peer
> evaluation of teaching. The Committee will consult UBC student
> evaluations of teaching.
>
> If you have not previously taught in ASRW:
> --    a letter of application explaining how your research and
> teaching background qualifies you for the position, and indicating
> your availability in term 1 and term 2. Please include any
> information relevant to your scheduling needs (e.g., teaching
> back-to-back sections) for the Committee's consideration; however,
> there can be no guarantee that preferences can be accommodated.
> --    curriculum vitae (please detail postsecondary teaching
> experience, including credit value of each course)
>     names and contact information for 3 academic references
> --    sample course outline for a section of WRDS 150 (including
> course description, list of sample texts, learning outcomes, and
> descriptions of sample assignments)
> --    statement of teaching philosophy
> --    evidence of teaching effectiveness (student teaching
> evaluations, and peer evaluations if available)
>
> All application materials must be received digitally by noon on
> Tuesday, May 17, 2016.
> Attention: Jennifer Suratos at [log in to unmask]
> Please indicate "WRDS 150" in the subject line.
>
> Positions are subject to final budgetary approval and are governed
> by UBC's "Agreement on Conditions of Appointment for Sessional
> Faculty Members." The current minimum salary is $6,264 per 3-credit
> course.
>
> The University of British Columbia hires on the basis of merit and
> is committed to employment equity and diversity within its
> community. We especially welcome applications from members of
> visible minority groups, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with
> disabilities, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender
> identities, and others with the skills and knowledge to engage
> productively with diverse communities. We encourage all qualified
> persons to apply; Canadian citizens and permanent residents of
> Canada will, however, be given priority. Please note (on your CV or
> in your letter of application) whether you are a Canadian citizen or
>  permanent resident of Canada.
>
> ____________________________________
>
> Dr. Katja Thieme
> Chair, Arts Studies in Research and Writing | Department of English
> | Vantage College
> Website:
> http://faculty.arts.ubc.ca/kthieme/<https://www.mail.ubc.ca/owa/redir.aspx?C=6b128caff2654582a873c9a7278f80c0&URL=http%3a%2f%2ffaculty.arts.ubc.ca%2fkthieme%2f>
> ASRW & English office: Buchanan Tower 405
> Vantage College office: Lower Mall Research Station 202
>
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