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Thursday, April 3, 2014

F/T - Library Support Coordinator, Yeshiva U. (NY)

Library Support Coordinator, Yeshiva Univ – NY

Yeshiva Univ is seeking a Library Support Coordinator. The Library Support Coordinator will report to the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning. The LSC will take a leadership role in developing policies and procedures pertaining to students, faculty, and course developers affiliated with library administrators and staff.


  • Collaborate with faculty members, course developers, and others associated with online programs to provide research assistance, reference materials, or related content for courses or course-work;
  • Provide guidance and information related to copyright issues to faculty members, course developers, and others associated with online programs;
  • Develop instructional materials including guides and tutorials;
  • Create content for web pages designated for online programs and students;
  • Teach online synchronous and asynchronous sessions related to use of library resources;
  • Provide appropriate technical support for use of library resources;
  • Perform assessment of library online learning program initiatives.
  • Graduate degree required;
  • Master of library and information science degree from an American Library Association accredited program, preferred;
  • Experience with virtual reference tools and online course management/learning management systems;
  • Knowledge of current and emerging trends in instructional technologies and enthusiasm for implementing new technologies;
  • Knowledge of copyright issues, both in general and specifically within the context of online courses;
  • Familiarity with usability, user feedback, and user experience literature;
  • Demonstrated ability to design and teach skills related to use of library resources, preferably in both online and face to face environments;
  • Experience providing both research and technical assistance to individual students and faculty
  • Ability to adapt well to change and the flexibility to apply new solutions to rapidly changing expectations.
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