The Graduate Program in Public Health is seeking a teacher(s) for a GIS workshop. This positon will be primarily responsible for developing a 2-day workshop covering introductory concepts and applications of ArcGIS specific to public health. Candidates will provide a rich learning environment though hands-on training, instructional delivery, and facilitated activities. Applications and exercises of ArcGIS Online including but not limited to; searching and sharing GIS maps, adding, and analyzing data.
Develop and manage syllabus and course materials
- Community Faculty is responsible for adhering to the course syllabus, using appropriate course materials, selecting updated course materials, and submitting updates to the syllabus to the Program Director and Administrative Support Coordinator.
- Textbook information, including ISBN #, Title, Author, Publisher and Edition, is to be delivered to the MPH Program Office a minimum of 6 weeks prior to the start of the course.
Coordinate curriculum with Program Director and Faculty
- Course syllabus is to be approved by the MPH Curriculum Committee at a minimum of 45 calendar days prior to course start date.
Facilitate Class Instruction
- Community Faculty is responsible for teaching the assigned course in accordance with learning objectives in the approved syllabus using approved technology.
- Course is to be taught in the designated classroom during the times posted on the MPH Semester Schedule.
- Blackboard Course is to be opened to students with approved syllabus posted 30 calendar days prior to course start date.
- Welcome announcement posted in Blackboard before the start date of the course.
Evaluate Student Performance
- Community Faculty is expected to evaluate student performance based on course deliverables and course rubrics.
- Grades for assignments, discussion board exercises, and exams are to be posted to Blackboard in a timely manner.
- Final course grades are to be posted on the Blackboard Grade Center within 3 calendar days of the course end date.
- An Incomplete Form is to be submitted to the MPH Program Office within 5 calendar days of the course end date for any “I” grade given to a student.
Regularly scheduled office hours are to be held and such office hours, including times, locations and contact information, are to be posted in Blackboard for each course.
It is expected that the Community Faculty communicate student concerns, student academic performance or attendance concerns, work flow disruptions, or any other concerns to the Program Director via writing or telephone within 24 hours of noting a concern.
Policies and Procedures
Community Faculty will read and adhere to all EVMS policies and procedures.
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