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From: Steve Delanghe <zulu -at- CIX -dot- COMPULINK -dot- CO -dot- UK>
Date: Sat, 7 Jan 1995 19:13:32 GMT

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Subject: 25% TA position available this spring at University of Illinois
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TA needed!

IE 232: Human Factors in Engineering Design
Professor P.M. Sanderson

25% appointment available for Spring 1995


A 25% TA appointment has become available for Spring 1995 for IE 232, the
second required human factors course in the undergraduate Industrial
Engineering curriculum. This TA will work under the direction of Professor
Sanderson and alongside another teaching assistant who has past experience
with IE 232 (Nick Iozzo).

IE 232 focuses on using human factors principles in the design of
real-world systems. Students will spend one hour per week in the
department's Cognitive Engineering Teaching Laboratory (CETL) working on
design and development of prototypes of information systems, which they
will then evaluate and redesign. A TA is needed to guide students in their
design decisionmaking, assist students in the use of software
tools/languages such as SuperCard, html, and AppleScripts. In past
semesters, such applications as the Advising Workbench have emerged from
IE
232 class projects.

The ideal candidate for this TA position will have at least some (but not
necessarily all!) of the following skills/experience/interests:

o Enjoyment of teaching and ability to communicate well with
students
o Experience with the software design and development process
o Training in software engineering techniques
o Interest in human-computer interaction and user-friendly software
design
o Some undergraduate training in human factors or human-computer
interaction
o Experience with Mosaic-in particular, using html
o Experience with AppleScripts and AppleEvents
o Experience using prototyping tools such as HyperCard and
SuperCard,
or willingness and ability to quickly learn the basics of such
tools.
o Good written English


To apply: Contact Professor Sanderson as soon as possible on
psanders -at- ux1 -dot- cso -dot- uiuc -dot- edu

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Penelope M. Sanderson, Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of Psychology
and of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering,
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
1206 West Green Street,
Urbana, IL 61801

EMAIL: psanders -at- ux1 -dot- cso -dot- uiuc -dot- edu
psanders -at- psych -dot- uiuc -dot- edu
TEL: +1 (217) 333-1903
FAX: +1 (217) 244-6534
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Nick Iozzo
niozzo -at- uxa -dot- cso -dot- uiuc -dot- edu
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