F.D. Bluford Library invites applicants for the position Electronic and Open Educational Resources Librarian Reporting to the Head of Bibliographic, Metadata, and Discovery Services, the Electronic and Open Educational Resources Librarian is responsible for the activation, management, assessment and documentation of electronic resources for F.D. Bluford Library. This position also works closely with faculty to provide leadership with efforts promoting discovery, adoption and implementation of electronic Open Educational Resources such as open access journals and open textbooks.
In support of Library Services’ information literacy and library instruction programs, this position will also serve as a liaison to an assigned academic department providing information literacy and library instruction in virtual and in-person classroom settings and by developing and maintaining supplemental instructional resources such as subject guides.
This is a twelve-month, tenure-track assistant professor position.
About the University:
N.C. A&T has a storied past as an 1890s land-grant university, a vibrant present as a globally renowned high-impact research institution and STEM educator, and an ambitious future as we seek R1 status. We are the largest HBCU in the nation and graduate more African American engineers than any other university in America.
N.C. A&T thrives as a diverse community, bound by intense pride and tradition, with fiercely loyal alumni who hold positions of importance and influence in top companies and powerful government agencies. We are inclusive and welcoming, attracting students from diverse backgrounds and cultures, representing people from across our state, our nation, and the globe.
About the Library:
F.D. Bluford Library is recognized as an essential leader and partner in the university’s pursuit of transformative learning and teaching, interdisciplinary research, innovative solutions to global challenges, and civic outreach. As the intellectual hub of the university, we leverage emerging opportunities to provide access to technologies, research tools, resources, and learning environments that enrich the scholarship and creative activity of students, faculty, and staff.
As the University seeks R1 status, we look to expand our services that our campus and community need to succeed, redefining the role of an academic library. The F.D. Bluford Library team has won awards for community engagement and library faculty have been awarded grant funding for their research at state and national levels. As active, contributing tenure-track faculty members on our campus, librarians at F.D. Bluford receive support for professional development and opportunities for professional growth and service. F.D. Bluford Library is committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. Join us as we build an inclusive launchpad for the next generation of library innovators and a welcoming scholarly environment for all our students, colleagues, and community.