(20 May 2017) The Digital Literacies Learning Designer (Library) coordinates the design and development of the Library’s digital literacies programs and services, and provides leadership and advice in selecting, implementing, and assessing pedagogically sound approaches and tools.
Reporting to the Manager, Learning Skills, the role works collaboratively with the Library’s Information Literacy, Learning Skills, and Discipline/Faculty support teams in designing, implementing and assessing online learning tools and objects to support digital literacies at all levels of the university. The role supports the alignment of the Library’s literacies support programs and services to the University’s strategic goals, and contributes to cross-Library and cross-campus communities of practice in digital literacies and online learning.
Closing date 18 June 2017.
ALIA has the announcement in full.