Coordinates digital reformatting operations that preserve and improve access to library and archival collections in all formats and that conform to digital library standards and best practices. Contributes to the development and implementation of digital projects.
Job Title: Digital Preservation Archivist
Description: Digital Preservation Archivist
MIT Lincoln Laboratory has pioneered in advanced electronics since its origin in 1951 as a Federally Funded Research and Development Center of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The Knowledge Services team is currently developing infrastructure for a digital preservation repository system. As such, we seek a Digital Preservation Archivist to join our team and direct strategic and project planning for our digital archives.
Working under the direction of the Head of Digital Library Initiatives, the Digital Projects Librarian manages a portfolio of digital library projects, providing the project management framework and technical know-how needed to complete projects successfully. S/he works in close collaboration with other librarians and archivists, metadata specialists, IT staff, scanning/digitization staff, external vendors, and partnering faculty.
Pomona College is looking for a talented individual to join our service oriented department of Information Technology Services as an Academic Applications Manager with special emphasis on support for the growing needs of the faculty. This position is part of the Instructional Services team and works in close relationship with faculty to develop, maintain, troubleshoot, and upgrade networked academic technologies and specialized research and instructional applications. Job# P1899
This position is located within the Department of New Media, in the Office of Education and Public Programs of the National Museum of American History. The purpose of this position is to plan digital outreach initiatives that further the Museum’s mission and goals; manage and contribute to the publication of the Museum’s blog, social media, and e-mail communication; and evaluate and report on digital outreach and other new media initiatives.
In order to build on our successful work in digital culture, we are seeking to appoint one post at lecturer level to teach on our successful MA and PhD programmes, on possible future undergraduate programmes, and to conduct research. This is a joint appointment between the Department of Culture, Media and Creative Industries and the Department of Digital Humanities.
Working within the department and with colleagues in Green Library (MMC) and Hubert Library (BBC), this librarian will have responsibility to:
Acquire, coordinate, and manage video, audio, and image collections.
Provide outreach services to the user community.
Participate in the university-wide development and implementation of policies related to digital rights management, copyright, and intellectual property standards.
Oversee the digitization of legacy media collections for both access and preservation.
Participate in the university’s development and implementation of streaming media services.
Reference Number: 001674
Location: Gilmorehill Campus / Main Building
College / Service: COLLEGE OF ARTS
Department: SCHOOL OF CRITICAL STUDIES
Job Family: Technical And Related
Position Type: Full Time
Salary Range: £26,004 – £29,249
To provide technical support and contribute to research in Digital Humanities within the School of Critical Studies by developing, implementing and supporting computing platforms, specifically providing facilities to administer, perform and present research through electronic resources relevant to the School’s subject fields.
Reporting to the Associate Law Librarian for Access & Organization, the Digital Services and Institutional Repository Librarian leads the law school in the creation, delivery, preservation and on-going support of digital projects and collections in the broadest sense. This librarian will provide vision and guidance for the law school’s digital repository that both responds to the law school community’s needs and is aligned with collections and preservation priorities.
The University of Virginia Library, a leader in the development of digital library initiatives and infrastructure and recognized for the strength and variety of its special collections, is excited to offer an eight-week summer internship to provide a graduate student with practical experience in both areas.