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University at Buffalo

Job Title: Associate or Assistant Professor for Education Informatics / Learning Analytics  

Contact Name: Mary McVee or Valerie Nesset

Contact Title: Search Committee  

School/Program: Learning and Instruction

Institution: University at Buffalo

Address: 509 Baldy Hall, Buffalo, NY 14260

Phone: (716) 645-2458  

Fax: (716) 645-3161

E-mail: or  



Job description

The Department of Library and Information Studies (LIS) in conjunction with the Department of Learning and Instruction (LAI) at the University at Buffalo (UB) seeks an outstanding tenure-track associate or assistant professor for our Education Informatics program that prepares its graduates for the information and education challenges of the 21st century. The successful applicant will join our faculty in the Fall 2013.

- Ph.D or Ed.D by the start date in Education Informatics/Learning Analytics or a related field

- Record of / potential for scholarship   Preferred Qualifications -Record of / potential for obtaining external funding

- University teaching experience

- Experience advising students in post-secondary institutions

- Research interests in at least one of the following areas:

- Information Systems and Technology

- Science of Learning, Instruction and Assessment

- Information Organization and Analysis (e.g., internet and social media)

- Information seeking behavior and use by teachers, students, administrators, and policy makers  

-Maintain an active and productive research agenda

-Teach two courses per semester to masters and doctoral students

-Obtain external funding

-Advise masters and doctoral students

The University at Buffalo (UB) is a flagship institution in the State University of New York (SUNY) system and a member of the Association of American Universities. For the last five years, UB was named one of the “Great Colleges to Work For” by the Chronicle of Higher Education.

Job reference code: 1200886 

Salary range: Negotiable 


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