Job Announcement: Art & Architecture Librarian & Director of the Gunnin Architecture Library, Clemson University Libraries
Clemson University Libraries seeks an outgoing, collaborative, and creative librarian to guide and direct the services and collections at the Gunnin Architecture Library. The Emery A. Gunnin Architecture Library is a two-story facility located in Lee Hall on the Clemson campus and supports programs in art, architecture, city and regional planning, construction, landscape architecture, real estate development, and historic preservation. The collection includes over 36,000 circulating volumes, over 100 print periodicals, a media collection, and over 500 rare books. The Art & Architecture Librarian will play a key role in activities related to embedded librarianship, building relationships with faculty, providing opportunities for experiential learning for students, expanding engagement in state-of-the-art facilities, and supporting programs in Charleston, SC and Genoa, Italy. The Gunnin Architecture Library also manages the Clemson Design Center Library, located in Charleston, SC, to support the Center's award-winning service learning studios for undergraduates in architecture and landscape architecture and graduate students in historic preservation. This position will be critical to the Libraries' strategic growth as an R1 institution.
The Architecture Librarian provides research assistance, instruction, collection development, and outreach for the School of Architecture, Nieri Department of Construction, Development, and Planning, and the Department of Art. The successful candidate will collaborate with faculty and departments to develop and support innovative programs and services. Library faculty are members of the academic community, with responsibilities in the areas of librarianship, scholarship, and service. This is a 12-month tenure-track faculty position in the Teaching, Learning, & Research division and works under the direction of the Head of Teaching & Learning Department.
Additional information about the position, including a more detailed list of responsibilities and required and preferred qualifications for the position may be found at the link below.
Salary and Benefits
Faculty rank and minimum salary of $71,700 based on the successful candidate's qualifications and experience.
Applicants should submit all applications and related materials via Interfolio: http://apply.interfolio.com/123607. Required materials include a cover letter, professional curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information of three (3) professional references. Review of materials will begin immediately. Applications received by May 5, 2023 will be guaranteed consideration.
Researchers at the University of Maryland are recruiting cultural heritage practitioners and community-based cultural heritage stewards for a survey regarding past, present, or paused crowdsourced transcription projects in their libraries, archives, museums or community cultural heritage organization. This research project is led by Assistant Professor Victoria Van Hyning at the University of Maryland, College of Information Studies (iSchool) titled “Crowdsourced Data: Accuracy, Accessibility, and Authority (CDAAA).” CDAAA is a three-year project funded by the Institute for Museum and Library Services (full proposal available here) that aims to understand whether LAM organizations (institutional or community-run) can get transcription data into their core discovery platforms, such as Content Management Systems (CMSs), and if the transcriptions are discoverable and accessible to people who are print-disabled (i.e. Blind, have dyslexia, or other print-related disabilities for which they utilize screen reader software to hear digital information read aloud).
The survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete and participants will receive a $10 incentive following completion, which will be processed through Tango, an electronic payments platform. This survey will close on April 7, 2023. The CDAAA team appreciates your time and consideration for this survey. Please contact PI Van Hyning and her team at CDAAA@umd.edu if you have any questions about this survey or the project itself.
Please follow this link to find out more about the project, and to answer the survey questions. [IRBNet Package: 1985210-1]
Clemson Libraries seeks a dynamic, service-oriented, and collaborative Head of Special Collections and Archives (SC&A) to provide leadership and expertise at Clemson Libraries. The Head of Special Collections and Archives will be responsible for growing the collections, expanding access to Clemson’s unique resources, securing the preservation of materials, and enhancing in-person service and outreach activities.
The deadline for full consideration is April 8, 2023. Please see http://apply.interfolio.com/122292 for a full description, salary information, and application instructions.
The SAA Council has endorsed "Archives for Black Lives in Philadelphia: Anti-Racist Description Resources" as an external description standard. With the support of SAA's Description Section, the External Standards Working Group collaborated with the Archives for Black Lives in Philadelphia Working Group to develop and submit this proposal in 2022. It was approved by Council in the fall. Find the new standard on the SAA website through the Standards Portal.
Deadline to apply is March 15! Applications are open for the Georgia Archives Institute, which will take place June 5-16, 2023, in Morrow, Georgia. The Institute includes a week of classroom instruction and an on-site internship at a local institution.
We hope to see you in June!
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