Student Success Librarian

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Marquette University Raynor Memorial Libraries seeks a Student Success Librarian to coordinate and provide instruction, research support, and outreach services for first-year and transfer students. This person will collaborate with academic programs and offices to develop library initiatives that promote student success and retention. The Student Success Librarian will have a role in developing the library's peer information assistant program. This person will also be a liaison for selected academic departments and report to the Head of Research and Instructional Services. Responsibilities: Work collaboratively with faculty and library colleagues to offer synchronous and asynchronous information literacy instruction, develop learning objects, and create other teaching materials to improve first-year and transfer students' information literacy skills. Coordinate and assess the library's information literacy instruction for first-year introductory courses such as Foundations in Rhetoric and Communication Research. Coordinate library programs and services that target and improve first-year student success and retention, including planning for a student peer information assistant program. Build and maintain relationships with other campus offices co-located in the Marcus Lemonis Student Success Center. Identify and address barriers to student use of library collections, services, and spaces. Coordinate the library's participation in campus orientation activities. Serve as a liaison to academic departments by providing research, instruction, and collection development support for faculty and students. Keep abreast of trends and developments in information literacy, library instruction, and the library's role in supporting student success. Contribute to and learn from the profession through such avenues as local, state, and national professional organizations, presentations, and publications. Appointment at Assistant Librarian rank. MLS from an ALA-accredited Institution Knowledge of trends, methods, and best practices in library support of student engagement and success Understanding of the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education and ability to teach library sessions A vision for the role of the library
Marquette University Raynor Memorial Libraries seeks a Student Success Librarian to coordinate and provide instruction, research support, and outreach services for first-year and transfer students. This person will collaborate with academic programs and offices to develop library initiatives that promote student success and retention. The Student Success Librarian will have a role in developing the library's peer information assistant program. This person will also be a liaison for selected academic departments and report to the Head of Research and Instructional Services. Responsibilities: Work collaboratively with faculty and library colleagues to offer synchronous and asynchronous information literacy instruction, develop learning objects, and create other teaching materials to improve first-year and transfer students' information literacy skills. Coordinate and assess the library's information literacy instruction for first-year introductory courses such as Foundations in Rhetoric and Communication Research. Coordinate library programs and services that target and improve first-year student success and retention, including planning for a student peer information assistant program. Build and maintain relationships with other campus offices co-located in the Marcus Lemonis Student Success Center. Identify and address barriers to student use of library collections, services, and spaces. Coordinate the library's participation in campus orientation activities. Serve as a liaison to academic departments by providing research, instruction, and collection development support for faculty and students. Keep abreast of trends and developments in information literacy, library instruction, and the library's role in supporting student success. Contribute to and learn from the profession through such avenues as local, state, and national professional organizations, presentations, and publications. Appointment at Assistant Librarian rank. MLS from an ALA-accredited Institution Knowledge of trends, methods, and best practices in library support of student engagement and success Understanding of the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education and ability to teach library sessions A vision for the role of the library
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