Five Colleges, Incorporated, a consortium whose member institutions are Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke and Smith Colleges, and University of Massachusetts Amherst, is accepting applications for a Coordinator of Five College Blended Learning Instructional Technology (hereinafter Coordinator). The Coordinator of Five College Blended Learning Instructional Technology is responsible for coordinating and providing support for a broad range of faculty-driven pilot projects (6-10 per year) exploring blended learning in the humanities and humanistic social sciences. These projects will have been selected and awarded funding from a grant supporting the Five College Blended Learning Project. The Coordinator consults with faculty members to identify, analyze and suggest opportunities for applying appropriate technologies to meet curricular and pedagogical goals through blended learning. The Coordinator facilitates conversations, coordinates support, and works in partnership with other information technology staff members of Five Colleges and the campuses and serves as a general resource and support person for faculty members and other instructional technology staff members at the campuses who are exploring and seeking innovative uses of technologies to enhance teaching and learning in humanities courses. The Coordinator provides workshops, individual instruction in associated technologies for faculty members, students and staff members at the campuses and Five Colleges. The Coordinator assists in developing means of assessing learning outcomes, creating new digital materials (print, video, audio, tools), and/or frameworks in support of blended learning pilots undertaken by teams of faculty members and staff members. This is a 3-year, grant funded position (June, 2014 – June, 2017). Salary range $60,000 – $75,000, depending on experience.
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The Hampshire College Library Center seeks dynamic and innovating applicants
for the position of Critical Social Inquiry and Digital Pedagogies Librarian.
The ideal candidate will be excited to support the teaching, research and
pedagogical needs of the social sciences and to support digital pedagogies at
Hampshire, a unique academic environment that promotes creativity, design, and
Reporting to the Director of the Library, the primary responsibilities of the
Critical Social Inquiry and Digital Pedagogies Librarian include teaching
research education sessions, one-on-one research support in the
interdisciplinary social sciences that include cross discipline work with
faculty in history, psychology, anthropology, economics, sociology, political
science, law, geography, urban studies, philosophy, cultural studies and
education. The librarian will secondarily play a pivotal role in shaping the
library’s social media identity, supporting the development of digital and
media tools and collections, and interactive spaces.