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Digital Pedagogy Librarian, Lander University, (Greenwood, SC)

Type: Faculty (promotional-track, non-tenure)

Category: Librarian (Rank — Assistant Librarian)

Job Purpose:

The Digital Pedagogy Librarian enhances information literacy learning practices and outcomes through discerning use of technology platforms and tools.

Job Duties:

• Maintains library online platforms, tools, and spaces.

• Keeps abreast of and reflects on emerging literacy trends.

• Provides information literacy skill building through carefully crafted classroom instruction, online tutorials, and web guides.

• Ensures both campus and online learners have access to library resources, instruction, and services.

• Provides in-person and online research consultation services to students and faculty, including assistance with locating open educational resources (OER).

• Assesses library instruction activities.

• Collection development and maintenance in assigned areas.

• Serves on faculty and university committees.


• Master’s level degree in library science/ library information science from an accredited institution.

• Demonstrated digital fluency and enthusiasm for learning new tools.

• Knowledge of information literacy pedagogical practices that map to the ACRL Framework.

• Ability to leverage technology to enhance user experience and access to library information resources and services.

• Ability to continuously adapt to progressive technological change.

Preferred qualifications:

• Previous work in an academic library setting.

• Previous experience using game-based and/or other immersive experiences to enhance delivery of information literacy instruction.

• Experience using integrated library systems (Alma or other ILS), Springshare’s LibApps products, and discovery tools (Primo or comparable system).

• Knowledge of HTML/CSS.

• Previous project work conducting UX (User Experience) research studies and design.

Applications must be submitted to:

Lisa Wiecki, Director of Library Services: [email protected].

Applications should include a cover letter addressing your qualifications as applied to the responsibilities of this position, a comprehensive resume, the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three professional references and college transcripts (unofficial copies are acceptable for initial application).

Screening of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Lander is a public comprehensive university committed to teaching in a liberal arts environment. More than 69,000 persons live in Greenwood County, and the community has excellent healthcare facilities, a low cost of living, and a revitalized Uptown. Learn more at

Lander University values diversity in its community, and strongly encourages applications from members of underrepresented populations. Lander is a tobacco-free institution. All final candidates are subject to successfully completing background requirements. Note: The University generally does not sponsor an H-1B visa. An affirmative action/ equal opportunity employer/ Title IX.