Monday, March 12, 2012

Stanford University - New Position: Information Literacy and Learning Design Librarian

The Stanford University Libraries seek a curious and enthusiastic librarian/teacher/scholar to work alongside subject librarians to promote information literacy in in-person and online learning environments, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Candidates must have knowledge of learning theory, expertise in effective teaching pedagogies, experience in assessment of student learning outcomes and the technical skills to create online tools. In collaboration with library staff, the Information Literacy and Learning Design Librarian will provide leadership and vision in developing, promoting and assessing scalable information literacy initiatives for a wide variety of constituencies. S/he will design and deploy digital learning objects and will contribute to training and support of other Library colleagues who are developing instructional tools.

This is a great opportunity for someone with the right skills.

Please apply by clicking on the Apply button after searching for job

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