Throggs Neck, NY: Scholarly Communications Librarian and Archivist, SUNY Maritime College

Identify, collect, arrange, and describe college records of enduring value in a variety of formats. Promote the use and understanding of the Archives to researchers, students, alumni, college personnel, and the public. Oversee and participate in digitization projects involving archival materials. Promote the history of the college through events, exhibits, presentations and other outreach activities. Pursue grants related to the curation and digitization of the college’s Archives and Special Collections. Serve as a catalyst and facilitator for the Library’s digital scholarship activities. Grow and develop the Library’s Institutional Repository. Bring visibility on campus to current issues in scholarly communication including Open Access and Fair Use. Provide instruction and training for digital tools and methodologies including WordPress, Omeka, open access, and open educational resources; help scholars use common digital humanities tools and methods, such as text analysis; web scraping; GIS; scanning and OCR; data visualization; audio and video production; etc.

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Deadline: March 15, 2020, 11:59 PM EDT