Instructional Technologies Librarian
Job Reference #002287
The Instructional Technologies Specialist reports to the Head, Reference and Collection Development Services for reference and library instruction duties and to the Collection Development Services Coordinator for collection development and faculty liaison responsibilities.
Summary of Duties
45% Assumes a leadership role in exploring, recommending, implementing, training, and promoting the usage of instructional technologies in the application of instruction and library services; works with Library Systems staff in selecting and utilizing software appropriate for instruction needs; communicates with library and other university personnel concerning instructional technologies.
15% Provides library instruction for general and subject-specific instruction classes; pursues the development of specialized information literacy instruction for the Engineering Residential College; consults with the Instruction Coordinator on instruction matters.
15% Works to meet promotion and tenure requirements for research and service.
10% Serves as a faculty liaison and consultant for the College of Engineering and the Department of Computer Sciences; participates in liaison group activities; maintains discipline-specific Web pages.
10% Provides general and specialized Reference and information services at the reference desk (may work nights and weekends in rotation).
05% Other duties as assigned.
Masters degree from an ALA-accredited program; potential to meet promotion and tenure requirements for research and service; strong public service orientation, including the ability to provide reference services and library instruction; excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills; demonstrated knowledge and experience in using online library instructional materials.
Undergraduate degree in the sciences; experience in providing reference service in an academic environment; knowledge of electronic reference and database sources in the sciences.
Deadline for application: January 24, 2013 or until suitable candidate is selected.
Apply online and view a more detailed ad at: www.lsusystemcareers.lsu.edu.
For additional information, contact:
Dawn Zaske, Coordinator
295 Middleton Library
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Phone: (225) 578-2217; Fax: 225-578-6825
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