Listings for jobs at Montana State, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and Oakland University
The Montana State University Library seeks an Electronic Resources Librarian to be a member of the Collection Development Team. This position provides leadership and expertise in the evaluation, selection, promotion, and accessibility of electronic resources and is responsible for managing and negotiating subscriptions. Responsibilities include working with OpenURL linking technologies, managing Web-Scale Discovery Tools (e.g., Serials Solutions’ Summon), budgeting, analyzing usage statistics, licensing, and managing consortial agreements.
Reporting to the Associate University Librarian for Collections and Services, the Officer will play an important role in an organization that is committed to re-conceiving the academic research library as a key partner in new modes of scholarly communications. The individual in this role will design a program that will position the UNC Library to take full advantage of and contribute to the evolution of scholarly publishing practices within the academy, and will provide guidance, policy development, and advocacy on copyright issues, fair use, privacy rights, open access, and other information policy issues to the University and Library communities.
Digital Assets Librarian – Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan
Oakland University’s Kresge Library seeks a … service-oriented librarian to join us in enhancing the library’s growing digital collections within a collaborative, teaching library environment. The Digital Assets Librarian contributes to the acquisition, production and management of the library’s digital assets and e-resources, and provides metadata and technical expertise to advance the library’s strategic goals in support of the university’s teaching, learning and research endeavors.
eLearning and Instructional Technology Librarian – Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan
Oakland University’s Kresge Library seeks a … librarian to join us in advancing the digital presence of our student-centered information literacy program within a team-oriented, teaching library. With its multi-faceted IL program, the library delivers instruction using a variety of formats, including online tutorials, face-to-face sessions, online course-embedded librarianship, and a credit-bearing online course that has been approved for general education credit.
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