The J. Michael Goodson Law Library at Duke University is recruiting a Digital Initiatives Librarian. Degree: MLS or equivalent degree from accredited U.S. institution, or non-U.S. equivalents.
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- Coordinate and develop the Law School Scholarship Repository. Responsibilities include: working with other DLSIS staff members in developing and implementing plans to enhance and increase the coverage of Duke Law’s Digital Commons repository to provide more comprehensive access to Duke Law’s intellectual and scholarly output in a variety of media formats. Working with law school members assure that repository content is available in all contexts where it can add value.
- Provide digital applications support for faculty scholarship and teaching. Responsibilities include: working with faculty to employ web applications for research projects; providing services to support digital scholarship and the production of digital content; assisting faculty in effectively employing Blackboard and (in 2012) Sakai course management systems; working with faculty to create multimedia learning interactions; consulting with faculty on the instructional application of multimedia technologies; developing training materials and workshops to assist faculty in learning about instructional media applications and products.
- Provide digital applications support for library service assessment, with tools such as Google Analytics and surveys, and library web projects (e.g., historical faculty project).
- Develop and manage digitization projects for the library and other law school departments. Responsibilities include working with other DLSIS staff in developing digitization projects to organize and make accessible unique materials from within the library holdings.