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Contribute to a growing team of partners including faculty, librarians, and educational technologists focused on building capacity in spatial analysis and spatial data visualization within the library and across campus. Advance knowledge and skills in spatial science within the Library’s Teaching, Learning, and Research (TLR) team to support spatial thinking and spatial literacy across campus. Play a central role in developing and providing services to support the identification, creation, curation, visualization, analysis, and dissemination of spatial data used and generated by the Smith College community. Develop curricular materials and tools for classes using spatial data technologies. Work with faculty and students to promote the use of spatial research methods in a wide range of knowledge domains, including developing innovative Digital Humanities projects. Apply online.
Manage the Mellon grant Museum and Library Collaboration Planning Project in order to achieve defined outcomes. Work with diverse campus stakeholders, including Libraries, Museum and ITS staff as well as relevant campus units, faculty and students. Administer qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis, oversee data analysis and reporting, assist with policy development and recommended next steps, including current grant reporting and future grant proposals and organize and conduct events as defined in the project. Apply online.