The call for applications has now closed.
LibParlor Online Learning (LPOL) is an Institute of Museum and Library Services funding grant project aimed at developing a free, open-source online curriculum to build capacity for academic Library and Information Science (LIS) professionals to conduct and publish rigorous original research. This curriculum will teach foundational knowledge and specialized skills necessary for professionals to conduct research in the field.
We are looking for applicants to help us create LPOL’s curriculum content! Consideration will primarily be given to LIS researcher practitioners and/or LIS faculty members, and generally anyone with demonstrated experience in this area. Please see our recruitment handout for information on this opportunity.
To apply for this paid opportunity, please send an email to email@example.com with the subject line LPOL Curriculum Creator Application and provide the following:
- A resume or CV
- Your desired lessons from the curriculum outline you would like to create in order of preference (no creator will work on more than three total lessons) NOTE: Course 1 has been filled. Let us know which lessons in the remaining courses you are interested in.
- Name(s) of others with whom you’d like to create lesson content, if applicable
If you have expressed interest in creating content for this project in the past, please still apply following the directions above so that we can match you with your preferred content. We’re thrilled to have our LIS community build LPOL with us!
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