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The Florida State University
School of Information Studies
3 Assistant Professor positions available August 2002.
Ph.D. required in Information Studies/Science/ Systems/Design or cognate
Teaching and research in some combination of the following areas:
management and preservation of digital information; technical design and
applications of networked information services; content management and
software design; usability testing and analysis; metadata, mark-up langua=
and digital resource management standards; medical and legal informatics.
The School encourages applicants with research interests in the above are=
that include information access for the differently abled.
Join an award-winning faculty in a dynamic, technologically-advanced Scho=
of Information Studies with 1400 students. Innovative Bachelor=92s, Maste=
Specialist degrees offered on campus and online. Ph.D. offered on campus.
Unique online teaching interface and research supported with extensive
in-house technical, web development, and instructional design support tea=
Four state-of-the-art computer labs and an extensive library learning lab.
Participate in a rigorous well-funded research community enhanced by the
nationally and internationally recognized Institute for Information Use
Management and Policy. See list of Institute research projects at
Teach in a program with expected focus on student outcomes and commitment=
diversity, to collaboration, to participation in all degree programs, and=
all delivery modalities. Contribute to invigorating University and
professional communities. Explore the School=92s web site for more detai=
Salary: Highly competitive and negotiable from a minimum of $52,000. Sub=
application letter detailing teaching and research interests, vita, and
contact information for three references no later than November 15, 2001 =
Jane B. Robbins, Dean, School of Information Studies, Florida State
University, Tallahassee, FL 32306-2100.
Interviews available immediately.
Florida State University, the 18th most wired university in the country a=
among the best-endowed public research institutions, is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, committed to diversity in hiring=
complies with the American with Disabilities Act, and is a Public Records
Agency. It is located in Tallahassee, Florida=92s state capital, an
intellectually-rich city conducive to gracious living, shaded with giant
live oak trees, and 45 minutes from the white sandy beaches of the Gulf.
September 27, 2001
B. K. Belton | School of Information Studies
bkbelton@... | 850-645-5676
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