The Instructional Technology Librarian is the primary manager of the College’s Learning Management System. Drawing on expertise in both technology and pedagogy, they collaborate with faculty on the incorporation of technology into their teaching in innovative and effective ways and help them evaluate and select appropriate technologies that can be meaningfully integrated into assignments, projects, and whole courses. Additionally, the Instructional Technology Librarian participates in LIT’s Digital Fluency Program, shares information about effective pedagogical practices related to technology and information literacy and keeps abreast of trends in the use of technology in teaching and learning in higher education. They contribute to and manage projects related to the implementation of new and changing educational technologies in the classroom and in other ways that directly affect the student and faculty experience at the College.

The Instructional Technology Librarian is an integral part of the Research, Teaching & Learning Services team in LIT, and works closely with LIT colleagues to provide a student-centered approach to instructional technology and digital fluency services for the campus community. They are an important part of broader LIT training initiatives that directly involve the faculty and issues related directly to teaching and learning. If they have a Master of Library Science, they will hold governing faculty status, which entails participation in Faculty Meetings and the potential to serve in an at-large capacity on faculty committees. As time allows, they may also serve as an academic advisor for first-year students.

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