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CITL Student Fellow Job Description

The Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) is seeking a graduate student for Spring 2017 to provide assistance and technology support to users of the CITL classrooms located within EWFM Library. The position would be for up to 20 hours per week and some evening hours may be required.  The CITL has created several innovative, flexible classroom spaces and studios ( that support creative and innovative forms of learning.

In this role, you will be responsible for ensuring that these rooms are ready for use, that the technology resources are in working order, and be able to address any questions or concerns from the instructor/presenter--both immediately before and immediately after a room event. You may also be required to assist with other instructional technology related projects or tasks, such as creating online documentation, supporting web publishing platforms (WordPress/Drupal), assisting with video editing, etc.

Desired Qualifications:

--  Dependability and a sense of responsibility

--  Flexible thinking, initiative, and the desire to learn new technologies and skills

--  An interest in instructional technology and multimedia tools

--  Ability to reliably work scheduled hours on a weekly basis

--  Good oral and written communication skills--as well as strong interpersonal skills

--  Ability to manage a changing workload while remaining productive

--  Ability to display and maintain patience, courtesy, and professionalism in stressful situations

If interested, please send a cover letter (that indicates when you would be available to work) and resume--no later than January 11th--to:

Ilena Key, Assistant Director, CITL 



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