Instructional Designer

Temporary

Created: November 29, 2017
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Description

*Art+Feminism (http://www.artandfeminism.org/
<http://www.artandfeminism.org/>) is an award winning campaign to improve
coverage of women and the arts on Wikipedia, and to encourage female
editorship. Wikipedia’s gender trouble is well documented. In a 2011
survey, the Wikimedia Foundation found that less than 10% of its
contributors identify as female. Since 2014, over 7,000 people at more
than 500 events around the world have participated in Art+Feminism’s
Edit-a-thons, resulting in the creation and improvement of more than 11,000
articles on Wikipedia. Foreign Policy Magazine named the founders Leading
Global Thinkers and the project has received almost $200,000 in grant
funding. Art+Feminism has also received coverage from Artforum, The New
York Times, The New Yorker, CBC, Canadian Art, and the BBC.The ideal
candidate has strong instructional design skills, an interest in feminist
and social justice work, and a working knowledge of the Wikipedia
community.

The Instructional Designer's responsibilities will include:
- Revise our editing kit (http://www.artandfeminism.org/editing-kit/
<http://www.artandfeminism.org/editing-kit/>), which includes 13 2-5 minute
training videos and 2 reusable PowerPoint presentations. Revisions must
also be ADA-compliant.
- Consult on relevant external training materials to
be shared with our community.The position is grant-funded for up to $2500
and the work would take place from December, 2017
- February, 2018.To
apply, please send a cover letter and resume to us at
info@artandfeminism.org <info@artandfeminism.org>. *


Last updated: Friday, December 1, 2017 18:17 UTC

How to apply

Contact:

Siân Evans, MA, MLS
Information Literacy & Instructional Design Librarian
Decker Library, Maryland Institute College of Art
1300 West Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21217

410-225-2715
Schedule a meeting with me
Read about our Information Literacy Program

Learn more about Wiki stuff I do

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Published: Friday, December 1, 2017 18:17 UTC