DescriptionSmith College is accepting applications for an Instructional Technology Librarian. Reporting to the Director of Teaching, Learning and Research, this position leads and implement the integration of instructional technologies into our information literacy and instruction program, supporting both in-person and online/blended learning. Identify opportunities, determine requirements, choose tools and implement a suite of effective online teaching tools that are easy to discover, access and incorporate into the library’s website and other online platforms. Evaluate and implement new instructional technologies to enhance learning spaces, and contribute to the conversation about learning spaces related to the library’s building plan. Serve as both a practicing teacher and a resource for other teaching librarians. As a member of the Teaching, Learning and Research department, conduct general reference, outreach, library instruction/information literacy, collection development and liaison activities.
Education/Experience: Master's degree from an ALA-accredited program. At least 2 years of experience with selecting, implementing and evaluating instructional technologies in a library setting; knowledge of current issues and trends in pedagogy; teaching experience, especially on the undergraduate level; and experience with the provision of library reference and research assistance to patrons. Advanced degree or background in a discipline of the humanities or social sciences is preferred.
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Published: Wednesday, September 24, 2014 08:51 UTC
Last updated: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 23:43 UTC