Adjunct Faculty-CADD-Computer Literacy

first_imgDescription/Job SummaryEssential Functions:(Teaching) Use a variety of strategies to assess and evaluatelearningProvide timely, thoughtful and constructive feedback tolearners Based on Master Syllabus, design and teach assigned classsession(s), leveraging digital content and multi-media resources inthe classroom.Assess student engagement/understanding during each classsession and throughout the semesterCollect, grade, and report assignments and homeworkMaintain and update the syllabus and course materials and makesure they are available through the College’s Learning ManagementSystem.Advise learners in ways to help them meet their educationalgoals. (Assessment)center_img Required EducationMaster’s Degree Required QualificationsMinimum Education and Training Requirements: Master’s degree in engineering, architecture, or closelyrelated fieldTeaching experience, community college teaching experiencepreferredTeaching and/or work experience in any/all of the followingCADD software packages: AutoCAD 2D and 3D, MircoStation, RevitArchitecture, AutoCAD Architecture, Autodesk Inventor, Solidworks,3DS Max, Autodesk Civil 3D, and ArcGIS DesktopPatience and excellent communication skillslast_img read more

New Zealands TIA refreshes its identity

first_imgTourism Industry Aotearoa (TIA) has recently been launched as the new identity for New Zealand’s peak tourism industry organisation.Formerly known as the Tourism Industry Association New Zealand, TIA has more than 1500 members representing about 85% of total New Zealand tourism business turnover. It is the only private sector organisation to advocate for every sector of the industry, including accommodation, transport, tourism services, activities and attractions.The organisation’s new name is supported by new branding and a new website, TIA Chief Executive Chris Roberts says.“The tourism industry has changed and grown considerably in the last few years and we feel our new identity better reflects TIA’s role as the voice of New Zealand’s tourism industry,” Mr Roberts says.“It clearly signals that we are not simply a membership association but are strongly focused on being the advocate for the whole tourism industry. By incorporating Aotearoa into our name we are also deliberately referencing the culture which is the unique attribute of our country’s tourism offering.”Mr Roberts says there has been a degree of confusion with the organisation sometimes referred to as NZTIA or TIANZ.“The correct abbreviation is TIA but those three letters have not previously appeared in our branding. Now there are just two ways to refer to us – Tourism Industry Aotearoa or TIA.”TIA’s new logo represents the connectivity and alignment which TIA offers the industry. The natural green and blue of New Zealand’s landscape is complemented by the ‘Takahe’ pink of its native birdlife. It incorporates a koru design that references Maori culture and represents a link to TIA’s previous logo.The new website highlights the diversity and vibrancy of New Zealand’s tourism industry while also making it easier for users to find information relating to their sector or interests.In July, a new TIA members’ section will be launched which will give users an improved and more personalised experience.“We are really excited about this step forward in TIA’s evolution. Our mission remains the same – through leadership, influence and action, to achieve tangible benefits for the tourism industry and Aotearoa-New Zealand – and our new identity will play an important part in helping us to succeed,” Mr Roberts says.TIA was formed in 1953 as the New Zealand Travel and Holiday Association. In 1970 it became the New Zealand National Travel Association, then the New Zealand Tourist Industry Federation in 1984. It has been known as the Tourism Industry Association New Zealand since 1993.Throughout the last 63 years, the organisation has continually championed the interests of its members and the tourism industry.TIA’s new identity was revealed at TRENZ 2016, the New Zealand tourism industry’s premier international trade event. TRENZ brings together about 300 New Zealand tourism operators (exhibitors) with targeted international travel and tourism buyers and media from New Zealand’s key established and emerging tourism markets. The event directly helps to grow New Zealand’s $30 billion tourism industry. View the new TIA websiteSource = Tourism Industry Aotearoalast_img read more