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Job Opportunity: Bass Teaching and Learning Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania

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    Bass Teaching and Learning Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania


    The Bass Teaching and Learning Fellow is an exciting opportunity for an educational professional with the relevant experience, abilities and creative enthusiasm to integrate library services with innovative teaching and learning methodologies. Working within the Research and Instructional Services department of the University of Pennsylvania Libraries, the T&L Fellow supports faculty and students in both online learning environments and face-to-face active learning classrooms, and engages with a variety of stakeholders as we explore and experiment with active learning spaces in a library setting. This is a 3-year term appointment. The T&L Fellow is responsible for:

    Supporting faculty who teach in the librarys new Collaborative Classroom, providing instructional design assistance that leverages the active learning technologies available, and helps faculty embed research and information competencies into student assignments and learning outcomes.
    Managing and assessing use of the Collaborative Classroom, including promotion, scheduling, technology, equipment, supplies, and facilities. Overseeing daily operations, collecting use data, and completing reports.
    Assisting with faculty projects that involve online learning and development of modules or learning objects.
    Designing and teaching workshops to optimize use of learning environments, both physical and online.
    Researching and reporting on learning theories, pedagogies and the design of learning environments in support of service design goals.
    Participating in cross-campus working groups and on library liaison teams, to enhance and assess effectiveness of instructional efforts.
    Providing reference services to library users to more closely integrate reference and instruction.

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