[Asis-l] Assistant Professor: Social and Community Informatics

Ellen Rubenstein rubenstein.ellen at gmail.com
Sun Oct 27 22:11:18 EDT 2013

The University of Oklahoma School of Library and Information Studies
invites applicants for a full-time tenure-track position at the rank of
Assistant Professor to begin Fall 2014. We are seeking applicants whose
research, teaching, and creative activities will contribute to OU SLIS’s
long-standing tradition of ensuring equity of information access for all
while forwarding a cutting edge program of social and community
informatics, including research and teaching emphasis in the area of
information and communication technology (ICT) in relation to public
information environments and their respective community’s social, cultural,
economic, or other dimensions. Interests in the digital divide, information
policy, and ethics will be given additional consideration. Experience or
demonstrated ability in the design and delivery of courses in a variety of
formats, including distance-learning modes is preferred. A complete
announcement of the job posting with application instructions is available
on the OU SLIS website: slis.ou.edu

Search committee members will be attending the ASIS&T Annual Meeting in
Montreal (November 1st-5th) and will be happy to meet with interested
individuals. If you would like to set up a time to meet with us to learn
more about OU SLIS and this position please contact Jenifer Fryar (
jfryar at ou.edu). If you will not be attending ASIS&T and are interested in
the position, we will also be meeting with prospective candidates at the
ALISE Annual Meeting in Philadelphia (January 21st-24th).

The University of Oklahoma is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
employer and encourages diversity in the workplace. Women and minorities
are encouraged to apply.
Ellen L. Rubenstein, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Graduate School of Library and Information Studies
University of Oklahoma
Norman, Oklahoma
Ph.D., University of Illinois, 2011
M.L.S., Indiana University 2006
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