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3 Intern positions at Duke University Libraries

3 Intern positions at Duke University Libraries
 
We are currently recruiting for the internships listed below. Please share with students in your LIS program.
 
Click the links for more detailed information and application instructions.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Thanks,
Teresa Tillman
Library HR Specialist

 

Duke Research & Education Library Intern Position

Research & Education Library Intern

Duke University Medical Center Library & Archives

Internship available staring Summer or Fall 2017.

The Research and Education Department of the Duke University Medical Center Library provides research services, teaches classes, and conducts comprehensive literature searches for organizations and individuals within Duke Health.

The Research & Education Intern will support all areas of the department, such as instruction, research consultations, reference, systematic review searches, and LibGuides. The intern will gain experience in a progressive academic health sciences environment and will develop practical skills in health sciences and academic librarianship.

Specific responsibilities will include:

  • Create and manage EndNote libraries
  • Maintain library guides and webpages
  • Capture data on library activities
  • Compile analytics on Duke authors
  • Develop and update database searches in PubMed, Embase, Web of Science, Scopus, PsycINFO and more
  • Assist with teaching classes in graduate programs
  • Create or revise web-based tutorials
  • Pull articles
  • Contribute to service improvement initiatives
  • Assist patrons via chat, email, service desk
  • Contribute to other projects as needed

 

Time Commitment:

20 hours/week

Hours are flexible, but must take place between 8 am and 6 pm

Qualifications:

Must be a Masters degree or PhD student in library/information science or public health graduate program.

Students should have completed at least one semester of coursework and be comfortable with database searching (i.e., controlled vocabularies and Boolean operators).

Internships may be completed as field experiences for credit or as not-for-credit experiences.

 

To apply:

Please send a cover letter, CV, and three references to:

Emily Mazure, Biomedical Research Liaison Librarian, at emily.mazure@duke.edu

Job Posting – Scholarly Communications Librarian, Orlando, FL

Scholarly Communications Librarian (Medical Assistant Librarian), Apply here: http://www.jobswithucf.com/postings/49085

Special Conditions
Additional Application Materials Required. An online application must be submitted to http://www.jobswithucf.com/postings/49085 to officially be considered for an open position. In addition to the online application, candidates must also submit a cover letter, CV and the contact information for three professional references.
 
NOTE: Please have all documents ready when applying so they can be attached at that time. Once the online submission process is finalized, the system does not allow applicants to submit additional documents at a later date.
 
Please contact Floyd Sturdifen at Floyd.Sturdifen@ucf.edu with questions about this position.

 

Congratulations to Professor EunYoung Yoo-Lee!

The SLIS offers huge congratulations to Professor Yoo-Lee on her appointment to the Editorial Board pf the Korean Biblia Society for Library and Information Science: https://kbiblia.jams.or.kr/co/main/jmMain.kci

Job Opportunity – Instructional Design & Social Sciences Librarian – University of Connecticut Library

Title:   Instructional Design & Social Sciences Librarian (Job ID 2017424)

 

Rank: University Librarian I (UCP 5)

 

The UConn Library seeks a visionary and creative Instructional Design & Social Sciences Librarian to develop the Library’s online educational learning program. Under the general supervision of the Head of Reference & Curriculum Services, this position will create and assess online instructional modules that integrate with the University’s learning management system, HuskyCT (Blackboard e-Education platform). This position develops and maintains a thorough knowledge of current information literacy, instructional design, and educational assessment best practices.  The incumbent will communicate effectively and work collaboratively with staff throughout the UConn Library and university-wide to enhance student research and critical thinking skills of a diverse population of students.

 

A complete job description including required qualifications, duties and responsibilities, and further information about the UConn Library can be found at: http://lib.uconn.edu/about/employment-opportunities/professional/.

This is a full time position based in Storrs with an anticipated start date of July 7, 2017. The University offers a competitive salary, outstanding benefits, including employee and dependent tuition waivers at UConn and a highly desirable work environment.  Salary is dependent upon education, qualifications, and experience.

Applications are due on or before March 23, 2017 and must be submitted online using UConn Jobs at http://www.jobs.uconn.edu (please reference Job ID 2017424) and include a cover letter, detailed resume, and contact information for three professional references.

Nominations and inquiries should be sent in confidence to khara.leon@uconn.edu.  To ensure consideration, inquiries and applications should be submitted by March 23, 2017. Employment of the successful candidate will be contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment criminal background check.

Serials Conference

On Friday, March 31st, 2017, the 26th annual NC Serials Conference will be taking place at the William and Ida Friday Center in Chapel Hill, NC. Please find attached a flyer with registration information. We hope to see you there! Please share with your classes as this is an excellent networking opportunity and we would love to see more SLIS student representation at the conference.

Duke University Press – Digital Content and Systems Coordinator (Data Manager), Project Euclid

Digital Content and Systems Coordinator (Data Manager), Project Euclid 
Duke University Press, a not-for-profit scholarly publisher, is seeking a Digital Content & Communications Coordinator to join the Project Euclid team. The Digital Content & Communications Coordinator works closely with the Director of Publishing Services to supervise day-to-day operations of Project Euclid and provides expertise and training in Euclid systems to Press staff and partner-publishers; responsible for successful implementation and maintenance of digital initiatives; coordinates digital content and development for Euclid; manages Euclid’s social media program.
 
Project Euclid (projecteuclid.org), which is a joint-venture between Duke University Press and Cornell University Library, is a growing multi-publisher electronic publishing platform for mathematics and statistics, with an annual budget of more than one million dollars and includes in excess of 80 journals and 200 monographs from over 35 partner-publishers based all over the world. A successful candidate for this position will be energized by finding creative solutions to business and technology challenges in scholarly publishing.
 
The position is listed with the University as Job Code 1018, Job Level 10, Job Title of “Data Manager”, and is eligible for Duke University benefits. If interested, please complete the University-required application process, including submission of an electronic cover letter & résumé prior to close of the position at Noon on 03/13/2017.  Please apply for requisition number 401231351.
 
·         Job Description:
                                  I.          Administrative / Training
    1. Provide technical expertise to partner-publishers on XML and metadata related issues.
    2. Serve as Project Euclid liaison to other Duke University Press teams, principally the Customer Relations team, and provide training on Euclid systems and services.
 
                                II.          Digital Content Production and Development
    1. Responsible for initial implementation of new publisher websites on Project Euclid; provide training for publishers on metadata preparation procedures and maintain relationships with them; monitor & ensure that metadata is correct; provide support for publisher production issues and assist in metadata preparation as needed.
    2. Provide oversight & training on publishers’ XML subscription access files.
    3. Manage & oversee content conversion and digitization projects; coordinate relationships with associated vendors.
    4. Analyze project needs in regard to metadata and digital content; develop appropriate user manuals, instructional brochures, and other documentation as needed.
    5. Liaise with IT systems experts and programmers at Duke University Press and Cornell University Library on hardware and software issues affecting accessibility of Euclid content.
    6. Research & recommend strategies for improving Euclid as a hosting platform; monitor trends in digital content development and scholarly communications.
 
                             III.          Website Development and Maintenance
    1. Create website content, write copy, and help resolve site errors; assess competitors’ sites and recommend improvements to Euclid’s website and platform.
 
                             IV.          Social Media
    1. Manage Project Euclid’s social media presence; responsible for increasing Euclid visibility.
o    Required:  Experience with digital content production. Working knowledge of HTML/XML standards and practices, current digital information technologies and publishing formats, digital format specifications, and standards-based metadata schemes and DTDs. Ability to translate technical issues and communicate with both experts and non-experts. Strong project management and problem solving skills, detail-oriented and highly organized; ability to prioritize and juggle many tasks simultaneously. Excellent communication, interpersonal, research, and editing skills. Familiarity with online academic research resources.
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o    Preferred Qualifications:  Familiarity with the TeX typesetting system; familiarity with mathematics and/or statistics.

 

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