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Digital Pedagogy Librarian
University of Michigan
The University of Michigan Library is seeking a Digital Pedagogy Librarian to contribute to our evolving digital scholarship and consultation programs. Our development of digital scholarship and consultation services is part our strategy to reshape services and spaces to meet the future needs of a student population and faculty whose demands are shifting in an increasingly digital era.
The Digital Pedagogy Librarian partners with students, faculty, staff, and librarians to enhance learning, teaching, and scholarship through application of new technologies and emerging digital research methods across disciplines, as well as critical engagement with library collections and data. The Digital Pedagogy Librarian consults and teaches in-person, online, and in hybrid learning environments to enhance exploration, creation, and the sharing of scholarly work in our community. The Digital Pedagogy Librarian may provide functional supervision of student employees.
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Digital Projects Librarian
University of Oregon
Position open until filled, Review of applications begins September 15, 2017
Reporting to the Head of the Digital Scholarship Services (DSS), the Digital Projects Librarian plans, executes, and finalizes digital scholarship projects and other digital initiatives in the Libraries, as assigned. Projects may include creation of instruction-related tools, digital scholarship applications, digital collections, and digital systems implementation. The Digital Projects Librarian will work across Library departments and with University-wide clients to assess complex digital project requirements and provide quality technical solutions. This position does not have direct supervisory responsibilities but will provide project-based leadership, direction, and student supervision, as assigned. The incumbent contributes to the University’s goals regarding equity and inclusion.
Digital Library Analyst
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Applications close: September 15, 2017 11:55 pm
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries seek a forward-thinking, service-oriented, preservation-minded individual to serve as the Digital Library Analyst. The successful candidate will have opportunities to work both individually and collaboratively, using their experience with Digital Library technologies to support existing platforms and services while designing and implementing new ones.
The UW-Madison Libraries are in the process of consolidating content from legacy platforms into an existing Fedora Commons Repository and discovery service, in order to build a robust digital preservation infrastructure and provide a unified discovery experience. As part of the Digital Library Services team, the Digital Library Analyst will play a key role in implementing this new infrastructure, ensuring that the needs of users, content providers, library staff, and researchers are met in support of the Libraries’ strategic goals.
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U-Spatial, University of Minnesota
U-Spatial is seeking an experienced GIS trainer to join our staff. The spatial technology specialist is a GIS expert and consultant who collaborates with researchers and faculty to identify, develop, and deliver appropriate technology solutions for spatial research at the University.The primary focus of the spatial technology specialist will be to design and facilitate training activities. These activities include non-credit workshops, trainings, and outreach events for students, faculty, staff, and affiliated researchers. The spatial technology specialist will consult with colleagues throughout the University needing assistance with GIS, remote sensing, and spatial computing. In addition, the spatial technology specialist will help manage the U-Spatial data infrastructure. This can include specialized data resources (i.e. DigitalGlobe Basemap), ArcGIS Online, and Esri ArcGIS Server infrastructure. This position is key in our effort to build and foster communities of practice using spatial technologies to enhance research, teaching, and outreach.
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