I run a subject (“Integrated Media One“) within the RMIt media degree program. This subject has students using their available resources (i.e. smart phones) to record brief videos. These then become a small personal interactive film (using Korsakow). From this we then make a larger, small group, interactive video project (using Korsakow). There are lectures, and a weekly lab with approximately 20 students in each lab. I am delivering the lectures and two of the 5 or 6 labs. This means I am looking for someone to teach the remaining labs. The curriculum is described at the post industrial video site. The subject blog I use might be useful too.
Details. It is here in Melbourne, Australia. It begins end of February. Sessional means you are paid for the teaching hours you teach. You assess the students in your classes. You attend the lecture (and should be paid for doing so). You should be familiar with Korsakow, network literate/savvy, and have a minimum honours degree in a relevant discipline/field. Would be good that you’re interested in innovative teaching practices too. If you’re doing a Phd in or around this area and interested, this is a great chance to get some teaching, and also learn a lot, quickly.
Get in touch via adrian dot miles at rmit dot edu dot auTags: practice, softvideo, teaching