UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
November 30, 2015
The Department of Educational Foundations in the College of Education and Professional Studies at the
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position at the rank
of Assistant Professor in its library media and instructional technology program
(http://academics.uww.edu/libmedia) to begin
August 24, 2016.
The successful applicant will:
Teach a range of school library and-instrm:tional
technology courses, including catalogirig,
reference, administration, technology, information literacy, and others at both the undergraduate
and graduate levels. Expertise in organizing information (cataloging) in a library environment is
important and expertise in at least one of the following areas required:
- Information sources /virtual libraries
- Leadership and administration
- Information literacy and learning technologies
Teach some courses in a hybrid format through a collaborative distance education program
http://www.uwsslec.org) bringing together faculty from five UW campuses to deliver
a program for teachers seeking school library licensure. It is expected the faculty may be asked to
teach weekend and evening classes in a variety of modalities.
Help re-envision the school library field for the future and continue to develop and expand a
program to support the development of 2 lst century skills in students and teachers.
Develop collaborative relationships with the schools and with other faculty members and
students in the College of Education and Professional Studies.
Become a member of the College's technology team and share duties with two other faculty to
support integration of technology into College and its curriculum, which may include a 25%
faculty support role.
Advise undergraduate minors, licensure, and graduate students.
Engage in research and creative activities.
Perform university, public and professional service.
Full details on the job can be found at
._Please feel free to share this with any colleagues or doctoral students you feel might be interested in this position.
Eileen E. Schroeder, Search Committee Chair