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Queens College of the City University of New York invites applications  
for
the position of lecturer in the Graduate School of Library and  
Information
Studies (GSLIS). The GSLIS seeks an individual whose primary teaching
responsibilities will be information technology and digitally based
information services. The successful candadate will be expected to teach
courses in three of the following areas: (1) content management (e.g.
DRUPAL, WIKI, WORDPRESS); (2) technologies and e-learning related
applications (e.g. mobile technologies, cloud computing, blogging,
collaboration and social networking software, folksonomies, Adobe
Captivate, Rss Feeds); (3) database construction; (4) Web and graphic
design tools (Dreamweaver, Photoshop Illustrator, Flash with  
Actionscript
3.0); and (5) development of digital collections (e.g. Silverfast  
Scanning
software, Photoshop, Omeka, CONTENTdm, Greenstone Dublin core and other
applicable standards and best practices). This is exclusively a teaching
position with the successful candidate expected to teach 27 hours (9
courses) each academic year. An MLS/MA/MS in library/information  
science,
information technology, or related discipline at the time of  
application is
required. Candidates with teaching and/or practical experience in the
application of information technologies in library/information center
settings are preferred. The ability to communicate well orally aqnd in
writing with a highly diverse graduate student body is required. The
position begins on February 1, 2010 and the salary range is $40,435 to
$66,431. Please send a cover letter. C.V., a brief statement of teaching
interests and philosophy, and arrange to have three current confidential
letters of reference (include their names on your C.V.) to Dr. Virgil  
L.P.
Blake, Graduate School of Library and Information Studies, Queens  
College,
CUNY, Rosenthal Library Room 254, Flushing, NY 11367-1597. Applications
(including the three letters of reference) must be received by January  
5,
2010.

Claudia A. Perry, MLS, Ph.D
Associate Professor
Graduate School of Library and Information Studies
Queens College, CUNY
Flushing, NY  11367
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