Comic Relief’s website is top UK community site, say Hitwise

first_img About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Tagged with: Digital Research / statistics  23 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Web monitoring company Hitwise report that the Comic Relief Red Nose Day 05 website experienced a 1000% growth in traffic over the past month to take top place in the community category.Back on 10 February 2005, rednoseday.com was attracting just 1% of Internet traffic in the online community sector. By 10 March it was capturing 11.4% of this traffic.Indeed, the Comic Relief/Red Nose Day brand dominated the top positions for that category, with the bbc.co.uk/rednoseday site securing second place with 4.63%, and the comicrelief.com site achieving fourth place with 2.85%. Together they attracted 18.88% of traffic to that category. Advertisement Howard Lake | 12 March 2005 | Newscenter_img Comic Relief’s website is top UK community site, say Hitwise AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The value of the BBC’s support is clear, with nearly 20% of visits to the rednoseday.com website being delivered by the BBC’s Red Nose Day site at www.bbc.co.uk/rednoseday.last_img read more

WW editorial: When a cop is ‘just doing his job’

first_imgPerhaps you saw the horrifying video last week of a cop brutally tearing a 1-year-old baby out of his mother’s arms in a Brooklyn food stamp office, while bystanders yelled in protest.Then perhaps you saw news coverage later that smeared and discredited the African-American mother, Jazmine Headley, for having been charged in New Jersey with “credit card fraud.”The smear tried to reduce her to “unfit mother, no big deal.”Wrong. Big deal.Headley was sitting on the floor in the overcrowded waiting room, playing with the baby as she waited to try to get her childcare benefits reinstated. When she objected to how a security guard ordered her to stand up, he ended up manhandling her, arresting her, taking her baby away and getting her sent to jail on Rikers’ Island.Why? Not because she was an unfit mother — she is not. She was there in that office being a good mother.But she ended up in jail because the cop was doing his job — as assigned to him by the repressive state.Because the police are not paid to be friends of poor people, working-class people, people of color, LGBTQ people, women or any gender-oppressed people. They are never, ever really around to help those in need.No, the cops are everywhere for one reason, and one reason only — to keep us in line, to keep us quiet and obedient, to threaten, to beat, to kill, to do whatever they can to protect the property of the rich and the laws of an unjust state — and to keep those of us bound by oppression from rising up.The cop was “just doing his job” — terrorizing Headley for demanding her rights. The cop was “just doing his job” protecting Big Business property rights by enforcing a warrant on a struggling woman who only maybe had committed a “crime of survival” against a multibillion-dollar corporate credit card company.The ruling class has hired cops to do the job of protecting this rotten system.And Jazmine Headley did her job in fighting for herself and her child.Our job is to build unstoppable forward motion against repression, racism, sexism, capitalism — and to resist, resist, resist.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

Protecting Businesses and Consumers from Fraud

first_img After some high-profile ransomware incidents within the real estate industry, CoreLogic discussed how businesses can protect themselves from attacks. Ransomware, CoreLogic states, is a malware (malicious software) that encrypts the files on your network or otherwise blocks access to them. The attacker will prompt users to pay a ransom to access their files, but experts urge victims to not pay the ransom, as attackers may unencrypt or allow access to the files as a result.CoreLogic states that to avoid ransomware, companies need to train their employees to know how to identify phishing emails and refrain from clicking links from outside or unknown sources.The most important thing a company can do to limit the spread of ransomware between computers on their network is to properly use a firewall. A well-designed network will include a firewall which limits traffic between areas of different security sensitivity, and the firewall systems may be able to detect when malware tries to move from computer to computer through it.“For example, in the network pictured below, when someone brings an infected computer into the training room, the ransomware can be limited by the firewall so it doesn’t have access to any other part of the network.”Ransomware is not the only type of fraud impacting real estate professionals and consumers. According to the Coalition to Stop Real Estate Wire Fraud, real estate wire fraud is undergoing an epidemic. Real estate wire fraud is a sophisticated scam targeting individuals making wire transfer payments during the home buying process. FBI data reveals that 11,300 victims lost a combined $149 million due to real estate wire fraud in 2018 alone, representing a 166% increase in the total money lost compared to 2017.According to the FBI, only an estimated 12-15% of all fraud is reported, and the Coalition notes that the best way to combat these statistics is through educating the homebuyer. Homebuyers, particularly first-time buyers, are the ones who are the most at risk of wire transfer fraud. Sign up for DS News Daily Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / Protecting Businesses and Consumers from Fraud Share Save Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Previous: How Fannie and Freddie are Preventing Foreclosure Next: Fannie Mae Announces Credit Insurance Risk Transfer Transactions The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Protecting Businesses and Consumers from Fraud July 11, 2019 1,052 Views CoreLogic Fraud Malware Technology 2019-07-11 Seth Welborncenter_img Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, News, Technology The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Subscribe Tagged with: CoreLogic Fraud Malware Technology Seth Welborn is a Reporter for DS News and MReport. A graduate of Harding University, he has covered numerous topics across the real estate and default servicing industries. Additionally, he has written B2B marketing copy for Dallas-based companies such as AT&T. An East Texas Native, he also works part-time as a photographer. Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Related Articles  Print This Post About Author: Seth Welbornlast_img read more

Delhi HC Directs Delhi Govt To Ensure That Adequate Facilities Are Provided to Healthcare Workers and Patients at Narela Quarantine Centre [Read Order]

first_imgNews UpdatesDelhi HC Directs Delhi Govt To Ensure That Adequate Facilities Are Provided to Healthcare Workers and Patients at Narela Quarantine Centre [Read Order] Karan Tripathi14 May 2020 9:16 AMShare This – xDelhi High Court has directed the Secretary of Delhi Government’s Health Department to depute a senior officer to visit the Quarantine Facility, Narela once in three days to ensure that adequate and proper facilities are provided to the patients and the health workers perform their duty diligently. The Division Bench of Justice Manmohan and Justice Sanjeev Narula further…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginDelhi High Court has directed the Secretary of Delhi Government’s Health Department to depute a senior officer to visit the Quarantine Facility, Narela once in three days to ensure that adequate and proper facilities are provided to the patients and the health workers perform their duty diligently. The Division Bench of Justice Manmohan and Justice Sanjeev Narula further directed that in the event of any dereliction of duty, it shall be open to the Delhi Government officials to take action against the delinquent health workers in accordance with law. The present order has come in a plea seeking effective implementation of healthcare and safety facilities in the DDA complex in Narela which has been converted into a quarantine facility by the Delhi Government. The said DDA complex in Narela has been designated as a quarantine facility for those who have been tested positive for COVID19 virus. Appearing for the Petitioner, Ms Anupradha Singh argued that the Delhi Government is not taking adequate steps to control the disease and implement quarantine facilities which include making doctors available, providing adequate hygiene in the flats, sufficient number of sanitation workers for carrying out sanitization and disinfection of toilets and rooms, improve the quality of food, repair two elevators in one of the blocks that are out of service and make provision of linen, soap, sanitizers and other essential items. Challenging the said claims, Mr Sameer Vashishth, who appeared for the Delhi Government, submitted that as per the instructions received by him from the District Magistrate (North), Delhi, all facilities are available at the fourteen Towers constructed by DDA at Narela that have been partly converted for housing patients who have been diagnosed as Covid-19 ‘positive’ and partially for quarantining those who have turned Covide-19 ‘negative,’ after treatment.Click Here To Download Order[Read Order] Next Storylast_img read more

Campaign for Zero Covid in Ireland launched

first_img Twitter News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th By News Highland – February 1, 2021 Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Twitter WhatsApp Previous articleNew €55m Covid Support Scheme for tourism businesses establishedNext articleNumber of Covid-19 hospitalisations increase to 1,529 News Highland Irish scientists and academics have set up a new campaign to advocate for Zero Covid in Ireland.’We Can Be Zero’ is being established by the Independent Scientific Advocacy Group.Members want an intensification of public health measures until there is zero community transmission of the virus.Associate Professor at the School of Geography at UCD, Julien Mercille, says it can be done if politicians make it a priority:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/zerocovid10am.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Harps come back to win in Waterford Google+center_img Facebook Pinterest Google+ AudioHomepage BannerNews RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction Pinterest DL Debate – 24/05/21 WhatsApp Campaign for Zero Covid in Ireland launchedlast_img read more

Lawmakers grill FAA chief over safety questions involving Boeing 737 Max 8

first_imgStephen Brashear/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Lawmakers on Wednesday grilled the head of the Federal Aviation Administration over how his agency handled the safety certification of the Boeing 737 MAX 8 following two crashes that left more than 340 people dead.Acting Administrator Daniel Elwell faced questions from members of the House Transportation Committee about the FAA’s role in approving the now grounded plane.“The FAA has a credibility problem,” said House Transportation subcommittee chairman Rep. Rick Larsen, D-W.Va. “The FAA must take steps to restore the public’s confidence.”“In the U.S., the 737 MAX will return to service only when the FAA’s analysis of the facts and technical data indicate that it is safe to do so,” Elwell said in his opening remarks. Wednesday’s hearing marked the first in a series of investigations into why regulators or Boeing did not require pilots to go through training for the scrutinized automated safety system suspected in playing a critical role in the two crashes and why that system wasn’t detailed in the plane’s flight manual prior to the Lion Air crash in Indonesia last fall. An Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX 8 crashed in March.The MCAS, or Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System, is designed to automatically drop the nose of the aircraft if sensors mounted on the nose of the aircraft detect the plane potentially entering a stall, a dangerous situation for an aircraft at low altitude.“How can we have a single point of failure in a modern aircraft?” Rep. Peter DeFazio, D-Ore., asked in his opening statements.He said the the parents of 24-year-old Samya Stumo – killed in the Ethiopia Airlines crash were in the audience.“Their daughter was flying from Ethiopia to Kenya for work when Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 went down,” DeFazio said. “They deserve answers and accountability, as does the general flying public.”This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

CBP investigating abuse allegation involving migrant girl at Clint border facility

first_imgVallarieE/iStock(WASHINGTON) — U.S. Customs and Border Protection is investigating allegations of physical abuse of a girl in its custody at a border facility in Clint, Texas, near the Mexico border, according to a government document provided to Congress. The document says the girl reported on March 12 that she had been “beaten and abused” while in custody at the facility.A CBP spokeswoman declined to provide details because she said the investigation remained open.The Clint border facility, located outside El Paso, Texas, and across from Ciudad Juarez in Mexico, is at the center of allegations of child neglect by CBP’s U.S. Border Patrol. Designated as a facility for “unaccompanied” minors — many of them separated from extended relatives the government doesn’t recognize as a legal guardian — the Clint station quickly filled up at one point this spring with some 350 children, including toddlers and at least one infant.Lawyers who inspected the facility said the children were denied showers, toothbrushes and cooked food, and older children were forced to care for the younger ones despite being unrelated. Trump administration officials said that while conditions were not ideal — border patrol stations were never intended to house children — they insisted that many of the allegations were overblown.“The real story I would submit to you on the border crisis and our response is about our Border Patrol agents who have chosen a career about protecting others,” acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan told reporters earlier this month.An internal watchdog office has confirmed massive overcrowding and unsanitary conditions at other facilities, quoting one manager as saying his site was a “ticking time bomb.”The document alleging abuse by a female girl held at Clint was first reported by NBC News and was confirmed by ABC News.At one point, some 2,500 migrant kids deemed “unaccompanied” piled up at these border facilities as the government scrambled to find beds for them in longer-term shelters at the Department of Health and Human Services.In court records recently released, many of these children told court-appointed lawyers of spending weeks in freezing temperatures and claimed some border guards threatened them with prison if they tried to sneak any food from the facilities.“I have not been told how long I have to stay here,” a 5-year-old from Honduras told the lawyers. “I am frightened, scared and sad.”Others spoke about the freezing temperatures.“It is always cold in the cage,” a 17-year-old boy from Guatemala told the lawyers. “They took my (8-year-old) nephew’s clothes when we arrived at Ursula because they were wet, and gave him a T-shirt, which is not enough to keep him warm.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Soft focus

first_imgSoft focusOn 1 Feb 2000 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. With this year’s Softworld conference and exhibition only a week away hereis a timely reminder of the importance of technology to the strategicHRfunction Technology is playing a crucial role in realising the capacity of the HRfunction to act as a strategic partner in the achievement of business goals.The advance of e-business and globalisation has increased demands on HR toprovide integrated and flexible systems available 24 hours a day, seven days aweek to support global business. E-business has accelerated the process ofdevolving HR decisions to line managers, thrown together teams built acrossvirtual networks and time zones and created an environment which is onlypossible through connectivity, collaborative working and instant access toinformation.Technology, used wisely, can help meet these demands. First, technology canrelieve HR of much of the routine administrative work that can stifle creativity.Second, technology can perform previously impossible complex transactions tocreate access to new reward systems, such as flexible benefits and global shareschemes, and add new levels of employee understanding to existing systems suchas pensions. One way of meeting the challenge of integration is to use Internettechnology as a common tool.Developments in HR systems have supported business changes in the followingways. Along with the automation of administrative tasks is the growing abilityto extend access to a wider group, including employees, applicants, pensionersand suppliers. Some companies are venturing into new technologies such as interactive voicerecognition, using kiosks and even mobile phones for access, imaging anddocument management.Windows technology with the use of browsers and kiosks has made systems moreuser-friendly, saving time and money on implementation and training for widergroups. Reporting tools are easier to use, with more real-time data and betteraccess to history and trend information.The speed of growth of new technology can often be overwhelming and presentsa challenge to organisations struggling to keep ahead. It pays to consider very carefully the process of automation to ensure itdelivers efficiency benefits and also who should be responsible for enteringdata and the purpose it serves. A key contributor to success is gaining thebuy-in of everyone involved in the process and making sure they understand whatis required of them. Employees, for example need to understand where personalupdate is their responsibility.Specialist applicationsThese developments have given the HR function the opportunity to enhance theperformance of tasks such as expatriate and pensions administration and alsoopened up new possibilities which would previously have been unthinkable due toadministrative workload.Expatriate managementExpatriate populations are growing together with an increasing focus on thereturn on investment. Using technology to handle the routine areas of expatriatemanagement can release time for HR to concentrate on expert matters such asselection, career development, repatriation and intercultural adaptability,thereby lessening the risk of assignment failure.Pensions administrationThe trend from defined benefits towards defined contribution pensionsschemes encourages an active interest from employees in the performance oftheir pension funds. Future systems, currently available in the US, allowemployees to track the performance of their pension fund, to switch investmentsbetween funds and model their future pensions. Employers will welcome theavailability of data on the performance of pension funds and financial status.Flexible benefits Flexible benefits are increasing in popularity, particularly as apost-merger harmonisation tool. They tend to improve employee satisfaction andhence recruitment and retention statistics, while offering cost containmentopportunities. The new packages offer electronic interfaces to providers, taxcomputations and configurable reporting. These systems can be operated in-houseor outsourced to providers who may offer additional support such as callcentres and helpdesks.Learning and performance managementCreating a link between learning and business results is a priorityobjective for HR managers who need to justify training budgets. Leading edgesystems help achieve this objective.These systems can offer a wide user group access to the right learning atthe right time, using competency analysis to identify skill gaps and suggestdelivery methods. Desktop learning can realise significant savings in traveland accommodation budgets.Companies are looking for further functionality in linking learning anddevelopment with performance management and reward strategy with theintegration of performance data, 360-degree feedback and job evaluationmethodology. An overall view of an organisation’s capability and progressagainst goals is helpful for executive information.Share scheme administrationAs share scheme incentives are increasingly used as a remuneration tool,current methods of administration are becoming impracticable. Driven by marketpressure, the technology to service global share schemes is already on thehorizon. It will incorporate a wide variety of facilities including tracking,documentation, report generation and regulatory and tax compliance and willneed to link the whole range of interested parties in different locations andcountries.Implementing technologyThe future HR function is likely to incorporate strategic partnerships,shared services and administration (supplied either through self-servicesystems or a service centre.)Systems can be operated in-house or on an outsourced basis. Activities mostsuitable for outsourcing are those which are low risk and which the company isless able to perform effectively.Shared service centres can be defined as a centralised group of resourcesdrawn from one or more functional areas that delivers products and services tointernal business customers. Some companies favour a single central location,perhaps with satellites, to maximise standardisation while others choosemultiple locations. HR shared service centres can realise significant costsavings and service improvements and can be used in combination withoutsourcing or as a transitional step towards it.Using the Internet or a company intranet, employee self-service can becombined with either outsourcing or shared service centresConclusionDevelopments in technology represent a vast opportunity for raising theimportance of HR in the organisation and focusing on its strategic role. Risks,however, can be high and it is vital that the right approach is adoptedBy Dierdre Hardy• Dierdre Hardy, is senior manager for global HRsolutions atPricewaterhouseCoopers. This is an edited extract from her masterclass session,”Implementing HR Systems to Deliver Business Improvements” at theforthcoming Softworld HR & Payroll event, 9-10 February at WembleyConference Centre, London. The event comprises an exhibition, seminars and educational masterclassescovering the latest developments in HR and payroll technologies. The SoftworldMasterclasses are a series of briefings from independent industry experts ontopics such as selection, implementation and strategic issues. For details, contact Imark Events on 0208-939 4704. Hotline: 07000 763896, www.softworld.com last_img read more

Firms risk fines for failing staff on stakeholder pensions

first_img Comments are closed. Firms risk fines for failing staff on stakeholder pensionsOn 18 Mar 2003 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Almost half of UK employers are breaking the law by failing to provide staffwith access to a stakeholder pension scheme, and could face fines of up to£50,000. This is the conclusion of a survey of more than 1,280 employers and advisersconducted by City law firm Fox Williams. The survey revealed that while all of the respondents had five or moreemployees – the threshold for provision of access to a stakeholder pensionscheme – only 55 per cent of employers provide some sort of scheme for all orsome of their employees. Commenting on the findings, Helen Monson, employment specialist at FoxWilliams, said she was surprised at the high number of employers who risk beingpenalised for breaching the Stakeholder Pension Schemes Regulations 2000. “Employers who are in breach of the regulations may not be aware oftheir requirements or may simply – and misguidedly, since there is currently noobligation to contribute to a stakeholder pension scheme, merely to facilitateaccess to it – by trying to save costs by not implementing a pensionscheme,” she said. “However, non-compliant employers should note that they may face apenalty of up to £50,000 for failure to comply with their obligation to provideaccess to a stakeholder scheme.” www.hrlaw.co.uk Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

Faculty, Contributing – Ph.D. Social Work and DSW (Virtual)

first_imgFaculty, Contributing – Ph.D. Social Work and DSWWalden University is an accredited institution that has beenserving the higher education needs of professionals for more than40 years. Offered online, Walden’s doctoral, master’s, andbachelor’s degree programs are designed to help students achievetheir goals so that, as graduates, they can help advance the livesof others.Walden continues its tradition of quality as it grows. The BabaraSolomonSchool of Social Work and Human Services seeks facultymembers for the Ph.D. in Social Work and the Doctor of Social Workprograms to commit to contributing faculty positions. This is anopportunity for candidates to share their professional experienceand academic knowledge, particularly in the areas of researchmentoring, with students across the country and around the world.With a computer and a high-speed Internet connection, the facultymember can teach on his or her own schedule while maintaining otherprofessional and personal commitments.GENERAL SUMMARYWalden University seeks a dynamic, innovative faculty member forthis contributing (part-time) position in the Ph.D. in Social Workand the DSW programs. Key responsibilities of this position includementoring student research and teaching courses..What to Expect as a Walden Faculty MemberFaculty members educate Walden University students by effectivelyand proficiently using online technology and resources so thatknowledge, information, feedback, and critique are imparted to andshared with students in thoughtful, carefully formulated, wellwritten, and timely communications. This is accomplished in anenvironment that is respectful of the student, the faculty member,Walden University, and the discipline in which the faculty memberis involved.Course Teaching/AvailabilityFaculty members are assigned content courses, which are taughtusing the Blackboard platform, and are responsible for interactingwith students within the LMS. Discussion Boards for classrooms areopen 24 hours per day, 7 days per weekThe university suggests regular and predictable availability, suchas online office hours or regular online chats; office hours may berequired based on program or college policy. For PhD dissertationand DSW capstone project courses, which are also taught using theBlackboard platform, faculty members who serve as chairs of thedoctoral committees are expected to be in the classroom a minimumof once a week, responding to their doctoral mentees in asubstantive manner.Research MentorshipFaculty mentors may be assigned to work one-on-one with students tohelp students meet the research requirements of their degree.Faculty members are responsible for the provision of timelyfeedback, approval, assessment, and evaluation of each student’swork within the classroom.ResidenciesGraduate-level faculty may be invited to attend Residencies helddomestically or internationally, where they will teach face-to-faceintensives and colloquia, and facilitate school and university-widediscussions. Contributing (part-time) faculty may be invited toparticipate but are not required to attend.Tools/TechnicalSkillsTo perform this job successfully, an individual must be able toperform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listedare representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or abilityrequired. Incumbents will be evaluated, in part, based onperformance of each essential function. Reasonable accommodationsmay be made to enable individuals with disabilities to performessential functions.Licensing/CertificationFaculty members must be appropriately credentialed, possess anearned degree from an accredited institution or an institution thatis recognized by a country’s ministry of education in thediscipline being taught, and may be expected to be licensed orlicense-eligible in order to teach in specific programs. Facultymembers must maintain their licenses and any appropriatecertifications in order to continue to teach at Walden University.Faculty members are also expected to maintain currency withresearch by reviewing articles, journals, and presentations. Ifparticipating in research, the faculty member may publish andacknowledge Walden University.TravelContributing faculty members may have the opportunity to travel touniversity events and residencies. When traveling to these events,the faculty member will be expected to fully participate in theevent. For core faculty, there will be required travel throughoutthe year.EDUCATION and EXPERIENCEThe successful candidate will have:An earned Ph.D. or DSW from an accredited university in SocialWork.Experience sitting on/chairing dissertation committeesPossess a significant record of academic (i.e., publications,presentations) and/or professional contributions to the field ofstudy.A minimum of 3 years of teaching experience at the degree level ofthe program and one year of online teaching experience ispreferredA commitment to supporting student success in a diverse populationof adult learners.Have a commitment to the social change mission of WaldenUniversity.Experience with an on-line learning platform and leveragingtechnology in learning (required). Proficiency with SPSS forquantitative faculty and/or NVivo for qualitative faculty,preferred.Experience in quantitative or qualitative researchmethodologies.Be expected to perform other duties and responsibilities thatmanagement may deem necessary from time to time.Technology RequirementsFaculty members are expected to have a personal computer with virusprotection and Internet access. Walden University provides a Waldene-mail account and access to the learning platform,password-protected faculty sections of the website, university andcollege listservs, and other faculty communications tools.About Walden University: For more than 45 years, Walden Universityhas served the higher education needs of working professionals.More than 47,000 students from all 50 U.S. states and more than 150countries pursue their doctoral, master’s or bachelor’s degreesonline in a variety of fields, including: Business and Management,Criminal Justice and Emergency Management, Information Technology,Education, and Nursing. As part of the Laureate InternationalUniversities network, you’ll be able to touch lives in yourcommunity and change the world of education.last_img read more