Law Instruction Librarian (Application review begins August 21, 2022)

University of Oregon Libraries
Eugene, OR

The John E. Jaqua Law Library is looking for a skilled teacher with a passion for delivering effective, technology-enhanced learning experiences in an active learning environment. The Law Instruction Librarian is a critical member of the Library’s reference team. In addition to sharing in direct research instruction, this position plays a lead role in developing, tracking, and supporting instructional technology to enhance the team’s teaching activities, improve pedagogical methods, and promote legal information literacy within Law School and related University programs. The successful candidate will enjoy the support of highly experienced and collegial library staff, and the warm support of the Law School community. As a member of the UO Libraries system, your career growth as a law librarian will be further enhanced by a rich, multi-disciplinary network of library professionals.

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