'Tis the season for new BLAIS hires. We're looking for:
Barnard Library invites applications for a Digital Scholarship Librarian (DSL) to take the lead in creating, facilitating, and coordinating services and programming in the new Digital Humanities Center, opening Fall 2018. Reporting to the Director for Teaching, Learning & Digital Scholarship, the Digital Scholarship Librarian will work directly with the Faculty Director of the Digital Humanities Center and will take a proactive approach to working with faculty, undergraduates, and fellow librarians and staff to collaborate on established digital projects and develop new, sustainable research projects, classroom support, and instruction in digital methods. This includes designing and presenting workshops on digital tools, resources and best practices on digital scholarship; coordinating the development and expansion of sustainable digital scholarship services; building partnerships with other Centers, faculty and departments; connecting with and contributing to the diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility efforts; and establishing a community of practice and assessment for digital scholarship across campus. Working closely with the Directors in the library (Collections, Archives & Special Collections, Teaching & Learning, and Instructional Media and Academic Technology Services), the DSL will also facilitate the creation of complementary infrastructure and services in those units, such as digital collection building and creation, and digital repository work, and may participate in web design and accessibility efforts. This position may also serve as a Personal Librarian to one or more academic departments in the humanities, providing instruction and collections development.
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Reporting to the Associate Director of the Empirical Reasoning Center (ERC), the ERC Lab Coordinator supervises the ERC undergraduate fellows and graduate assistants and assists the Associate Director by providing instructional support. The Lab Coordinator conducts workshops and develops training materials on data analysis software and methodologies. The Lab Coordinator assists faculty and students across the curriculum with data analysis, GIS, data visualization, and related empirical projects. The Lab Coordinator also works closely with the Barnard Library and Academic Instruction Services (BLAIS) team and other partners as needed to coordinate services and facilitate collaboration.
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We're still searching for an Academic Technologist for Web & UX, and an Academic Technologist for Systems and DevOps also!