Electronic Resources Librarian

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Electronic Resources Librarian (Technical Services- Collections) The MIT Libraries are on an exciting journey of transformation , prioritizing a digital-first, open scholarship agenda that accelerates the progress of science, promotes equity and inclusion across disciplines, and reduces the marginalization of scholars and scholarship from disadvantaged communities. We are exercising bold leadership in defining a model for research libraries in an unpredictable future. If you are excited about being part of a team that is implementing new approaches and systems with an equity lens in support of the mission to bring knowledge to bear on the world's great challenges, we would love to hear from you! The Technical Services department in the MIT Libraries supports and develops the Libraries' collections through acquisitions, metadata and cataloging, shelf-preparation, digitization, and ongoing quality control of materials in all formats. Through these activities, we advance the Libraries' mission of providing a foundation for the generation, dissemination, use, and preservation of scholarly information. The successful candidate will put equity, inclusion, and social justice values at the center of their work, leveraging our resources to expand the accessibility and discoverability of our collections, amplify the voices of marginalized scholars, and shape our initiatives towards openness to align in these critical areas. As Electronic Resources Librarian, you will provide innovation, expertise, and support for activities relating to the acquisition and management of electronic resources of all types. As part of our digital-first agenda, we are expediting the acquisition and discovery of electronic content. We have recently transitioned to a new library services platform, Alma, and we want you to be part of exploring and implementing new workflows to scale Technical Services' efforts in ways that will evolve our user experience and better meet their needs. We have a strong electronic resources team with significant experience, and we are looking for someone who can lead the team through the transformations we want to accelerate. Over the past 18 months, as a direct result of the pandemic, we have learned so much about stepping up the provisioning of elect
Electronic Resources Librarian (Technical Services- Collections) The MIT Libraries are on an exciting journey of transformation , prioritizing a digital-first, open scholarship agenda that accelerates the progress of science, promotes equity and inclusion across disciplines, and reduces the marginalization of scholars and scholarship from disadvantaged communities. We are exercising bold leadership in defining a model for research libraries in an unpredictable future. If you are excited about being part of a team that is implementing new approaches and systems with an equity lens in support of the mission to bring knowledge to bear on the world's great challenges, we would love to hear from you! The Technical Services department in the MIT Libraries supports and develops the Libraries' collections through acquisitions, metadata and cataloging, shelf-preparation, digitization, and ongoing quality control of materials in all formats. Through these activities, we advance the Libraries' mission of providing a foundation for the generation, dissemination, use, and preservation of scholarly information. The successful candidate will put equity, inclusion, and social justice values at the center of their work, leveraging our resources to expand the accessibility and discoverability of our collections, amplify the voices of marginalized scholars, and shape our initiatives towards openness to align in these critical areas. As Electronic Resources Librarian, you will provide innovation, expertise, and support for activities relating to the acquisition and management of electronic resources of all types. As part of our digital-first agenda, we are expediting the acquisition and discovery of electronic content. We have recently transitioned to a new library services platform, Alma, and we want you to be part of exploring and implementing new workflows to scale Technical Services' efforts in ways that will evolve our user experience and better meet their needs. We have a strong electronic resources team with significant experience, and we are looking for someone who can lead the team through the transformations we want to accelerate. Over the past 18 months, as a direct result of the pandemic, we have learned so much about stepping up the provisioning of elect
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