Tenure Track Position in Education

There is a tenure track position open at the Faculty of Education and the University of Oulu in the Learning & Educational Technology (LET) Research Unit.

 The person in tenure track position will be in charge of developing and carrying out research activities at the Learning & Educational Technology (LET) Research Unit at the University of Oulu. The LET focuses its research and teaching on the learning sciences and technology-enhanced learning. The members of this research group have particular expertise in the integration of theoretical perspectives on the social, cognitive and motivational processes of learning and utilising it in research-based design.

For more information about the research unit see: http://www.oulu.fi/let

For more information about the call see: http://www.saimanet.com/certiahome/open_job_view.html?did=5600&jc=1&id=0000311&lang=en

For more information about the LET, contact Prof. Sanna Järvelä: ([email protected])

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