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Academic Technologies Instruction Librarian

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The University of Alabama Libraries seeks a creative, collaborative and service-oriented librarian for the position of Academic Technologies Instruction Librarian. Reporting to the Associate Dean for Library Technology Planning and Policy, this position is responsible for providing instruction for advanced software applications and technologies to support a variety of academic disciplines and programs. Some examples include ArcGIS, SketchUp Pro, data visualization, etc. These instruction efforts will be directed to both students and faculty members and will require that the successful candidate achieve an appropriate level of proficiency in the applications or technologies taught. In addition, the Academic Technologies Instruction Librarian will develop strategies, course plans, and supporting material for administering these sessions. This work includes creating appropriate instructional guides and web-based tutorials. This position will coordinate and collaborate with other librarians responsible for instruction in the organization to minimize conflicting schedules and offerings while insuring needed topics are covered. More broadly, the Academic Technologies Instruction Librarian will work closely with public services faculty and staff as well as their colleagues in technology units throughout the University Libraries.

 
 

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