Teaching & Learning Engagement Librarian, Virginia Tech University Libraries

By June 10, 2019

Website Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech’s University Libraries seeks creative and enthusiastic applicants for the position of Teaching and Learning Engagement Librarian. Working widely across the library system and the University, the core duties of this position will revolve around designing and implementing various types of face-to-face and online learning opportunities for the Libraries’ foundational instruction program, as well as providing liaison services for English, and being a contributing member to community engagement efforts. The Teaching & Learning Engagement Librarian will contribute to implementation of various key initiatives (Digital Literacy, ePortfolio, Data Education, Studios Network, Foundational Instruction Program and the Odyssey Learning Object Repository), with a particular focus on identifying partnership opportunities within the English department. While the core duties of this position will revolve around developing various types of instruction, the successful candidate will also have the ability to customize parts of this position based on their interests and background. Some areas could include digital content production, coordinating instruction, digital pedagogy, educational technology, or learning assessment, just to name a few.

Pay Range: $50,000 minimum, dependent on qualifications and experience
Review Begin Date: 06/17/2019

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