The Instructional Technologist and Archives GA will work with a Barnard faculty member and their students to support the creation of digital humanities projects for a class, Religion in the Archive. Students in the academic semester Spring 2018. In the course, undergraduate students will work in groups to produce websites and/or podcasts using scanned archival documents from the Papers of Matilda Calder Thurston (1875-1958), an American missionary in China. The primary duties of the GA will be to (1) regularly attend class lectures Tuesdays and Thursdays (4:10-5:25) and Friday recitation sections (10 am-11:25 am) (2) lead one or two Friday recitation sections on web design and development; (3) advise students as they plan and propose their DH projects; (4) hold office hours (3 hours per week) for consulting with students.
The time commitment is no more than 10 hours a week: Friday recitation sections (10-11:25 pm), class lecture (Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:10-5:25); and three office hours per week.
Required Qualification Summary:
Knowledge of web design and development including, but not limited to, HTML, CSS and content management systems.
Skills in class and/or group facilitation is required.
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