- Designs, delivers, and assesses contextualized information literacy instruction to a diverse population in a variety of modalities.
- Manages digital learning assets such as YouTube channel, Springshare library products.
- Provides reference services.
- Assists with collection development in support of curriculum and student needs.
- Participates collaboratively in ad hoc workgroups and assists with special projects as needed.
- Supports Learning College philosophy and principles.
1. A Master’s degree (or higher) in any of the following areas:Library and/or Information Studies, Library and/or Information Science (MLIS, MIS, or MLS), Information Resources and Library Science (MIRLS), -and- is from a college or university program accredited by the American Library Association (ALA). Degree names vary and include Master of Library Science, Master of Librarianship, Master of Arts, Master of Library and Information Studies, and Master of Science.
A degree awarded by an institution outside the purview of ALA may benefit from reciprocal recognition agreement with other national library associations but such qualifications would need to be determined on a case by case basis in consultation with the Library IC.
2. EDU 250 - Teaching and Learning in the Community Colleges or equivalent must be completed within two years of date of hire.
1. Skilled use of instructional technologies, such as learning management systems (i.e. Canvas), research guides, and/or other classroom technology tools
2. Experience with specific active learning practices, adult learning strategies, and varying approaches to learning assessment
3. Customer service experience
4. Recent reference service experience, preferably in an academic library setting and via multiple modalities
5. Experience working collaboratively with other team members to innovate and problem-solve
Special Working Conditions
May require some evenings and weekends.
May require prolonged periods of viewing a computer screen.
May be required to lift or carry up to 25 lbs.