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Friday, May 20, 2016

[LIBJOBS] Austin, TX, USA Learning and Assessment Librarian (Librarian I)

Dear IFLA list,


The University of Texas Libraries seeks an innovative, user-focused Learning & Assessment Librarian dedicated to student learning and evidence-based decision making for the improvement of teaching programs.   The Learning & Assessment Librarian will lead projects to assess student learning in programs supported by Teaching & Learning Services, including Undergraduate Studies (UGS) and RHE 306, and  to assess learning objects.  The successful candidate will also support liaison librarians to incorporate student learning assessment into their information literacy initiatives and work with the Assessment Officer to assess learning spaces.  As a core member of the instruction team, the Learning & Assessment Librarian will work with UGS faculty to integrate information literacy into their courses by teaching, consulting on assignment design and creating exercises, guides and tutorials, as well as teach in other Teaching & Learning Services programs.  Teaching & Learning Services, a highly collaborative and user-focused team, is located in and oversees the PCL Learning Commons, which includes 5 technology-rich active learning classrooms used for information literacy instruction.


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Please feel free to share this information with colleagues and please let me know if you have any questions.






Carla T. Darocy, MA, MSIS | Human Resources Assistant| University of Texas Libraries | The University of Texas at Austin | 512-495-4377 |


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