The Research and Instructional Services Intern teaches as part of the Library’s information literacy program, which includes information literacy instruction in core general education, as well as upper-level disciplinary courses; participates in the assessment of student learning outcomes related to information literacy; assists in the creation of library educational resources (such as handouts, video tutorials, LibGuides, etc.); assists in the discoverability of library educational tools through LMS integration and web design.
This position is available to all applicants currently enrolled in graduate coursework for MLS/MLIS
Experience working both independently and collaboratively with others in a professional setting to pursue, manage, and complete projects.
Experience or familiarly with learning outcome assessment protocols in higher education.
Experience or familiarity with the delivery of research support and/or information literacy instruction through online points of service.
Conversant in current trends in academic librarianship related to the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education.
Experience working in an academic library.
Proficient in using Microsoft Powerpoint.
Experience working with Adobe Photoshop.
Experience working with Adobe InDesign.
Experience working with LibGuides.
Experience with HTML.
INTERNSHIP TERM: Summer Semester, June 2017 – August 2017 (dates flexible)
HOURS: 15 hours weekly; scheduling flexible
COMPENSATION: $1000 stipend to offset transportation and related costs
APPLICATION PROCESS: Please provide your Resume and Cover Letter outlining your interest and qualifications for the position to firstname.lastname@example.org
CONTACT: Sheena Campbell, Librarian for Research and Outreach; (510) 436-1065