Candidates will carry out a research program, actively pursue external funding, and contribute to collaborative and interdisciplinary efforts across the School of Education and campus. Candidates also will (a) develop and teach undergraduate and graduate courses in the learning sciences, and the Master of Educational Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship (MEITE) program, as well as related areas delivered in face-to-face, online, and/or blended formats; (b) support strategic initiatives across the School and campus; © contribute to the ongoing development of undergraduate and graduate programs; (d) actively recruit and supervise undergraduate and graduate students; and (e) provide leadership and service at the local, state, and national levels.
The position requires a clear and characteristic focus on leading-edge digital ecologies for learning (virtual and augmented realities; serious gaming; immersive technologies that enable adaptive-personalized experiential learning opportunities and interventions; etc.), and/or the application of artificial intelligence, learning analytics, natural language processing, or adaptive assessment among other emerging fields to massive datasets to address difficult educational challenges. Candidates’ work within these ecologies could address the various content areas (STEM, literacy, etc.), as well as measurement, assessment, and/or evaluation.