The Edwin O. Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies at Harvard is looking to hire a Japan digital projects coordinator
Working under the supervision of Japan Digital Scholarship Librarian (JDSL) of the Japan Digital Research Center library (JDRC), the Japan Digital Projects Coordinator assists to implement the initiatives and activities of the JDRC and is responsible in coordinating its day-to-day operations. The Japan Digital Projects Coordinator will play a critical role in the facilitating the development of digital materials and preservation of analog-to-digital and born-digital assets in coordination with other libraries across campus.
The Japan Digital Projects Coordinator will be expected to:
Liaise with faculty, students and scholars in the use of digital tools and methods in research and learning through consultations, project support, curricular engagement, and workshops and training programs
Assist to evaluate, configure, troubleshoot, and maintain three ongoing faculty-led digital scholarship projects.
Coordinate activities with content developers across the university and larger Japanese Studies community on standard digital scholarship practices
Facilitate the development and implementation of policies, procedures, and strategies related to long-term access and management of digital resources
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