The Associate University Librarian, Collections, Technology and Scholarly Communication provides leadership, strategic direction, and support for a comprehensive strategy and set of programs in the areas of collections, access, technology, assessment, bibliometrics, and scholarly communication. Responsibilities include oversight for the development of collections and resources that support learning and scholarship; cataloging and metadata; discovery and access; preservation, curation, and stewardship; the technology that enables these functions; bibliometrics and research impact; program assessment; scholarly communication, including digital publishing and repositories; copyright and intellectual property; as well as development and support for emerging areas of digitally-intensive research and knowledge dissemination. As a member of the Library’s senior leadership team reporting to the University Librarian, the incumbent works closely with the team on Library-wide strategy, planning, policy, and management of resources.
Leads, supports and develops strategy for collections, technology, and scholarly communication programs:
Supports and implements organizational strategy and effective communication:
Establishes, sustains, and assesses partnerships and collaborations on strategic goals:
Manages, mentors, and supports professional development, and training:
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