Brookens Library created the Faculty Library Associate Program for faculty members interested in integrating information literacy, library services, and Library resources into a new or existing course. The purpose of the program is to create intensive collaboration between faculty and the library, to illustrate the effectiveness of this type of collaboration in improving student outcomes (specifically the UIS Goals and Learning Outcomes for Baccalaureate Education), to develop instructional materials and activities to share with other librarians and faculty, and to advance the use of library services on campus. We are seeking Associates for the 2021 summer semester.
Please see the Instructional Services page on the Faculty Resource guide for additional information and examples of course-integrated information literacy assignments if that is your area of interest.
All full-time faculty at UIS are eligible. Courses at any level which include a library or research component will be considered.
Submit a written proposal that includes the following information:
Send your proposal by April 30th, 2021 to John Laubersheimer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Successful applicants will be contacted by May 14th, 2021
Eligibility: All full-time faculty at UIS are eligible. Courses at any level which include a library or research component will be considered.
Duration: Takes place during the UIS 2021 Summer Session
Stipend: A Library Associate is awarded a $1500 stipend. Selected Faculty will devote the equivalent of 5 hours per week on the project during the 8 week summer session for a total of 40 hours.