Lecturer in Humanistic and Social Computing Education
The Department of Digital Humanities is seeking to appoint one Lecturer in Humanistic and Social Computing (Academic Education Pathway). The post holder will contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching across our degrees including the MA Digital Culture and Society, MA Digital Asset and Media Management, MA Big Data & Society, and the BA Digital Culture. The post holder will have a sound knowledge of the key concepts, theories, debates and challenges in digital cultures, with experience of teaching both theory and practice and a good understanding of academic writing and academic research methods linked to the digital. A focus on social and humanistic computing, critical HCI, critical and sustainable design is particularly welcome. A focus on social and humanistic computing, critical HCI, critical and sustainable design is particularly welcome.
The post-holder will also take on administrative roles related to the coordination of student projects that require internal and external partnerships, and the development of internship and career offerings in collaboration with relevant parties.
The post-holder will make a significant contribution to organising, delivering, and administering research-informed teaching to the highest professional standards at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including designing learning materials, convening modules, lecturing, seminar teaching, and providing formative and summative feedback. Post-holders will supervise dissertations at all levels, and undertake examining as required. They will also undertake pastoral and administrative duties, including personal tutoring and contribution to Departmental, Faculty and University administration.