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Undergraduate Programming &Engagement Librarian
Undergraduate Programming &Engagement Librarian
The Georgia Tech Library and Information Center invites applications for an energetic, flexible,
and innovative professional to join Research, Instruction &Outreach Services. With over $540
million in sponsored research in 2009-10, the Georgia Institute of Technology (GT) is a top tier
university with several nationally recognized programs in science and engineering. The Georgia
Tech Library &Information Center is a member of the Association of Research Libraries and the
Association of Southeastern Research Libraries. It is a partner in the Georgia cooperative library
organization, GALILEO, and a leader in the Georgia Knowledge Repository (GKR) and was
awarded the 2007 Association of College and Research Libraries’ Excellence in Academic
Libraries Award.
Responsibilities: The Undergraduate Programming &Engagement Librarian reports to the Head
of Research, Instruction &Outreach Services. The Learning Commons in the Georgia Tech
Library /G. Wayne Clough Undergraduate Learning Center are an essential undergraduate
academic resource. The Librarian directly supports teaching, learning, and research at Georgia
Tech as a liaison to undergraduate students, faculty, staff and Library /Clough Commons staff
on pedagogical initiatives in the Commons. Recruits events, exhibits, and other academic /
cultural programming for undergraduates in the Commons and encourages campus-wide
involvement in the Library /Clough Commons and in undergraduate academic life. Assesses,
analyzes, and manipulates the Commons spaces to evaluate the effectiveness of alternative uses
and learning technology initiatives. Provides general and course-integrated Library instruction
and research assistance to the Institute community. Participates in the Library /Clough
Commons Student Advisory Boards. This is an instructional faculty position that carries an
expectation of advancement in academic rank as measured by excellence in performance of
assigned duties, scholarly communication and involvement in professional activities.
Qualifications: Required: ALA accredited MLS instruction experience in one to one or
classroom setting experience with space and academic programming academic library
experience experience working with students and faculty knowledge of social, interactive
networking, and web tools commitment to professional growth and development.
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