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|Title||Associate Dean for Communication and Technology|
|Department||IUPUI University Library|
IUPUI University Library
The Associate Dean for Communication and Technology is a newly created position and reports to the Herbert Simon Family Dean of IUPUI University Library. They will provide high-level strategic leadership, reflective of the Library’s Vision, Mission, Values, and Strategic Priorities, for the development, deployment, and high quality user support of the Library’s academic and research technology solutions and services; and the coordinating of the Library’s short and long-term marketing and communication strategies and activities.
The Library’s Client Support Team (CST) and Operations Team (OPS) Leaders report to the AD for Communication and Technology. They will strengthen the cohesiveness of University Library’s already prolific technology expertise and goals and ensure that the two teams work together to effectively support the teaching, learning and research goals of the library. The Client Support Team is responsible for library desktop technology and end-user support services, 3D printing, virtual reality services, classroom and meeting room technology and events management, and end-user technology security, training and documentation of IU Data Security Policies compliance. Client Support employs a significant number of students and as such plays a role in training and mentoring as part of the Library’s Student Employment Program. The Operations Team supports server management, access controls, cloud server and storage services, and application development (employing systems such as Dspace, ContentDM, ESS, Drupal, and the Open Journal System). The Operations Team also takes the lead role in technology security management and maintenance for UL servers, applications and technology infrastructure and has strong collaborative partnerships for enterprise level services from UITS and IUB Libraries. This includes UL submissions for IU IT-28 policy compliance, IU technology security audits, and technology aspects in Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plans. The Library strives to employ open source technology when appropriate in support of the research and learning goals of IUPUI’s students, faculty, and staff. University Library purposefully maintains its own technology. The AD for Communication and Technology will be responsible for ensuring continued collaboration with UITS to: leverage enterprise systems that make sense and serve as a test bed for technology applications being considered by the IU system. It is the responsibility of the AD for Communication and Technology to keep abreast of IUPUI, IU, and national (through organizations such as Coalition for Networked Information and EDUCASE) higher education trends in technology for local application consideration.
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