NUR1 210 Pathophysiology for Nursing 2 – ONLINE DEVELOPMENT (1 position @ 90 hours)
McGill Ingram School of Nursing
DESC R IPTI O N
Un d er t h e s u p erv i s i on and in c o ll a b o r a ti o n w i th t h e c o ntent matter expert , will assist with designing and developing an online version of this course. Will attend regular meetings with the online course design team. Will help create and review exam and assignment questions. Will help gather appropriate resources to supplement/augment student learning, such as appropriate literature, best practice guidelines, online videos, graphics, etc. Will help prepare teaching material, such as powerpoints and screencasts—by making or reviewing presentations. Please note that there will be no direct student contact with this position.
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PO S ITION TYPE
M cG ill Course A s s i s ta n t s h ip
DESI R ED M A J OR ( S)
Nursing, Physiology, Biology, Anatomy, Pharmacology, Health Sciences
DESI R ED DE G REE LEVEL
M a s t ers & Gr a d Di p s & Certs or Undergrad with course experience
Q U A L I F ICA T I O NS
C u rre n t s tu d e n t in Nursing or Biomedical Sciences.
Gr a d u ate student e x p e rie n ce or previous TAship an a s se t .
Interest in online pedagogy an asset.
M u st be el i gi b le to w o rk i n Ca n a d a.
J OB ST A RT DATE
Immediately to 30 April 2021 (t e nt a ti v e)
$62.01 per hour
HOW TO APPLY:
Internal applicants are McGill employees who currently hold an ACTIVE contract at McGill University and are working during the fall semester.
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