IUPUI University Library Center for Digital Scholarship is seeking a graduate student to assist with the IUPUI Open Access policy workflow. The successful candidate will participate in the full range of processes related to IUPUI OA policy, including: identifying eligible articles, determining usage rights, corresponding with authors, creating metadata, and archiving documents.
The Indiana University Libraries seek a dynamic, innovative, and collegial individual to serve in the position of Digital Preservation Librarian. The Digital Preservation Librarian will lead the development and implementation of preservation strategies and policies for digital collections for the IU Libraries, including both digitized and born-digital materials. The position reports to the Head of Digital Collections Services within the Library Technologies division of the Libraries.
Hello LIS Students!
At the beginning of each semester we try to have a meet-and-greet for any students in the area who would like to attend, tonight is the night! For those of you who cannot make it to campus, this year we have added the option to participate via Zoom! We hope to see all of you later today, either online or in person! If you have any questions please contact Kristina Porter firstname.lastname@example.org.
Zoom Link to Dial In: https://iu.zoom.us/j/200404680
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Title: Research Impact Librarian
A/P faculty, rank: Lecturer
University Libraries, Research & Informatics Division
Research Collaboration and Engagement Department
Virginia Tech’s University Libraries seeks creative and enthusiastic applicants for the position of Research Impact Librarian. This is an exciting time for research at VT with transdisciplinary initiatives taking shape towards the Beyond Boundaries vision. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to shape parts of this position based on his or her interests and skills, and based on VT community needs. The position supports the VT community in discovering, tracking, and communicating the impact of research, scholarly, educational, and creative works in increasingly open environments. This includes the use of citation metrics, altmetrics, and qualitative methods. Reporting to the Associate Director of Research Collaboration and Engagement (RCE), this position will work with library colleagues and university partner areas (e.g. Office of the Provost, Office of Research and Innovation) to develop and provide services related to the impact of works within and across disciplinary areas. This position investigates and provides specialized support for emerging applications of impact data. Participation in cross library initiatives, such as related systems integration, digital literacy programming, and training related to online identity management are part of this position as well. This position will be liaison librarian to two or more areas that match the successful candidate’s background and interests. In collaboration with colleagues, this position supports consistent services across VT locations, including online.
The Hesburgh Libraries is currently accepting applications for the position of Digital Collections Librarian. This search is open until the position has been filled.
The Hesburgh Libraries at the University of Notre Dame is seeking a motivated, outgoing, and dedicated individual to support our growing digital collections needs. The Digital Collections Librarian will be responsible for developing, managing, and providing guidance on digital collections that are created by the library and other units at the University.
Reporting to the Head of Digital Production, the preferred candidate will work closely with the Libraries’ digital production, IT development, and resources description units to consult on projects as well as to manage content. The individual will ensure effective and efficient capture and ingest of an increasing amount of digital content by applying professional skills in project management and digital collection development.