Academic Technology at Carleton has redefined itself several times over the past 20+ years and is right now undergoing another reimagining.
We have opened a search for an Academic Technologist for Digital Scholarship (AT for DS). The role of AT for DS and the person in this role will play a central role in our current reimagining process. With the AT for DS position, Academic Technology will be buffing up expertise we already have and adding expertise in particular areas of digital scholarship. Digital Scholarship is rather broad, encompassing methods and practices such as statistical analysis, online exhibitions, hybrid and online pedagogy, technology-enhanced assignments, GIS and mapping, visualizing data, text analysis and electronic text encoding, 3D modeling, network analysis, and digital publishing.
We have a great search committee:
- Pierre Hecker, Associate Professor of English
- Dann Hurlbert, Media & Design Specialist, Academic Technology
- Silvia Lopez, Professor of Spanish, Director of the Humanities Center
- Ron Rodman, Dye Family Professor of Music and Director of the Carleton Symphony Band
- Janet Russell, Director of Academic Technology
- Ann Zawistoski, Head of Reference and Instruction, Library
The committee will be winnowing down the strong candidate pool to those we will bring to campus visit. Please stay tuned so you can participate in this exciting process.