Work With Us

Educational Technology Services is available for consultation on everything from setting up your Moodle class to redesigning your syllabus around a digital project.

Schedule a Consultation/Office Hours

Thinking of blending a course or adding a digital curricular project to one of your courses? We can help you with all aspects of digital course design, from researching tools that best meet your learning goals, to developing plans for assessment or student support. Email edutech@brynmawr.edu or contact the help desk to schedule a consultation.

Or, stop by our open Office Hours: 3:30-5pm Mondays during the academic semesters in Canaday 315. Faculty, staff, and students are welcome, no appointment necessary!

LITS Digital Bryn Mawr Seed Grant Funding

For more ambitious projects, Bryn Mawr faculty, staff, and graduate students are invited to apply for LITS Digital Bryn Mawr seed grant funding. Funding can cover undergraduate or graduate student support, software or hardware, professional development, and more. See details and application deadlines.

Student Internships

We sponsor several undergraduate internship opportunities both during the summer and the academic year. Our internships focus on helping students develop their digital competencies while also working on bigger projects for the College. More details and internship applications will be available in the early spring semester in Handshake.

Post-Baccalaureate Positions

Some years, we offer one-year, full-time, entry-level positions for recent Bryn Mawr College graduates. These “LITS Educational Technology Assistant” positions come with full benefits (including paid vacation and health insurance) and include the possibility of renewal for a second year pending funding and mutual approval.

The educational technology assistant position is designed to give recent Bryn Mawr graduates the opportunity to gain work experience and develop practical skills in areas such as project management and assessment, web design, metadata management, audiovisual production, curricular design, and working with clients, while helping to support the college’s educational mission. It is an excellent opportunity for graduates considering careers in education, instructional design, library and information science, web/multimedia design and production, or software development.

Positions are usually advertised in late spring or early summer in Handshake and on the Blended Learning Twitter. You can also contact Jennifer Spohrer, Director of Educational Technology Services, for more information.

LibGuide and Blog

Check out our LibGuide for info on using different tools and methodologies, innovative digital class projects, using Moodle, and more.

Our blog offers ideas and examples of different types of projects people are doing at Bryn Mawr.

 

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