Job: Online Instructor -Archivist/Librarian

8.4.16 – Online Instructor – Archivist/Librarian
Preserve This, USA

Sarah P’s comments:  I would guess this is a new venture as I was unable to locate any information or reviews. It’s an interesting concept though. If anyone has any info, please share…

This is a contracted job to teach a 4-week self-paced, asynchronous course “Intro to Preservation of AV Materials” for the month of October. Instructor will provide weekly lessons in the form of pdfs, word docs, and screencasting. Instructor is responsible for assigning any readings, requiring any writing, creating any exams, and keeping students on track during the course.Instructor MUST have a comprehensive understanding of how to properly preserve audiovisual materials. Ideal job for a librarian or archivist.
It is preferable that instructor have experience teaching in an online format but it is not required. Tutorials and instruction will be provided for those who have never taught online before. This is a remote job. Compensation is competitive.
Email Resume to: info@preservethis.org
Job Type: Contract

Other course topics we’re interested in:

  • Archival Data Management Systems
  • Digital Preservation
  • EAD3

We’re open to other ideas as well.


Please email: info@preservethis.org for more information.

 

Volunteer: Join the International Librarian Network

8.2.16 – Join the International Librarian Network

Sarah P’s comments:  If you are looking for a way to begin to have an international connection here is an opportunity. The ILN Motto: A meeting place for librarians from around the world

There is less than one week left to apply for the next round of the International Librarians Network peer mentoring program. During the four-month program, you will have an opportunity to get to know a librarian from another country, to share ideas about librarianship and libraries in your respective countries and the world, and to participate in a growing global professional network of information professionals. This is a wonderful way to expand your international network free of charge.

Apply at http://interlibnet.org/apply-for-the-iln/