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Gainesville, Florida - USD Full Time Posted: Monday, 15 April 2019
 
 
Job Description: The Graduate Intern in Information Literacy Instructional Design will support the work of the Information Literacy Committee (ILC) to design an accessible, inclusive, and multimodal library research guide that is integrated in the learning management system at UF. The intern will assess the accessibility of the online tools, model best practices for accessibility and universal design, create universally designed information literacy learning objects, and work with library faculty to implement design changes in existing guides.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm, up to 10 hours per week (total of 160 hours/semester)
Start Date: Mid-May 2019
This opportunity is only available to students in the UF Educational Technology Graduate program. Online students who can work remotely will be given priority, but on campus students will also be considered.
Responsibilities Under the direction of the Internship Director, the Faculty Partner, and the ILC, the intern will:
  • Assess the accessibility, limitations, and opportunities of the online tool (SpringShare LibGuides) and the research guide (including its Embedded components).
  • Model best practices for accessibility and universal design for the research guide to ensure that the guide is accessible to all students.
  • Collaborate with the Internship Director to create new universally designed information literacy learning objects that can be Embedded in the research guide (e. g. YouTube videos).
  • Collaborate with the ILC and library faculty to implement changes that improve accessibility and enable learning.
  • Expected Salary: $15 per hour
    Minimum Requirements: This opportunity is only available to students in the UF Educational Technology Graduate program.
    Preferred Qualifications:
  • Knowledge of accessibility standards and tools for evaluation
  • Familiarity with Universal Design for Learning and inclusive instructional design principles
  • Familiar with higher education educational technologies (e. g. Canvas)
  • Experience creating/editing media (e. g. video tutorials with closed captioning)
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Online students who can work remotely will be given priority


  • Gainesville, Florida, United States of America
    IT
    Graduate
    USD
    University of Florida
    University of Florida
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    4/15/2019 8:28:33 PM

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