The Lake Campus Digital Teaching and Scholarship Manager will collaborate with faculty to develop innovative and effective ways to incorporate technology and digital scholarship into their teaching and research, helping to evaluate and select appropriate digital resources for integration into assignments, projects, courses, and research. Drawing on expertise in both technology and pedagogy, the Lake Campus Digital Teaching and Scholarship Manager will assist faculty and academic programs with technology integration and examine the effect of technology on teaching and learning. He/she will be responsible for the daily operations of the Learning Center, including supervisory duties, coordinate with the Dayton Campus Dunbar library to manage library resources, and serve as a liaison for other resources such as Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and Computing and Telecommunications Services (CaTS).
Required: Masterís degree in Instructional Technology, Library & Information Science, Education, or related field. Three years relevant experience (may include graduate student experience). Experience with online learning and emergent technologies, demonstrated commitment to teamwork, excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Preferred: Experience in a postsecondary institution. Comprehensive knowledge of educational/instructional technology, software, and multimedia development on various platforms. Demonstrated experience with administering, supporting, and training of content delivery systems (ie: Pilot). [Something about digital scholarship knowledge]
For information on additional requirements and to apply, go to http://jobs.wright.edu/postings/9319 by July 24, 2015 for first consideration. Wright State University, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, is committed to an inclusive environment and strongly encourages applications from minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Wright State University Libraries seek applications for a full-time Archivist to provide access to historical documents and information by organizing, describing, preserving, and providing reference to manuscript collections, local government records, and university records. Participate in departmental outreach activities such as tours, exhibits, and presentations.
Required: M.A. Public History, History, or A.L.A. accredited M.L.S./M.L.I.S.; graduate level education, training and experience in current archival theory and practice, specifically the processing and preservation of manuscript collections and two years of archival experience (graduate student experience accepted); experience in researching and providing reference service in manuscripts and local government records collections; experience using MPLP (More Product Less Process), DACS (Describing Archives: A Content Standard), and EAD (Encoded Archival Description); demonstrated knowledge of archival management systems.
Preferred: knowledge of basic office software and database use; ability to work independently and collaboratively; excellent oral and written communication skills; interest and/or classroom study in aviation history and local and regional history; experience in public speaking and classroom instruction.
For information on additional requirements and to apply, go to http://jobs.wright.edu/postings/9170 by July 1, 2015 for first consideration. Wright State University, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, is committed to an inclusive environment and strongly encourages applications from minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities.
The Libraries hire students who participate in the Work Study Program, a federally-funded student employment program. Eligibility for the Federal Work Study Program is based on financial need. Please contact WSU RaiderConnect at (937) 775-4000 or e-mail RaiderConnect@wright.edu for more information.
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