Open Education Resources Research Assistant
The development, adoption and adaptation of Open Educational Resources (OERs) is emerging in Alberta largely because of the contributions of motivated individuals and groups who are supported by government funding. At the University of Calgary, a cross-functional group including faculty members active in OER development, students, educational developers, librarians, and the UCalgary bookstore have identified a need to develop an integrated institutional network for communicating, resourcing and advocating for OERs.
This position entails advising a team of undergraduate and graduate students on how to replace course textbooks and learning material resources with Open Educational Resources.
Eligibility: This opportunity is open to full-time graduate students registered at the University of Calgary.
Term: The OER Research Assistant position will begin on August 1, 2017 and will expire on June 30, 2018.
More information can be found in the job profile.
Research and Program Evaluation (Ongoing)
The Taylor Institute regularly seeks part-time undergraduate or graduate student assistance in its evaluation, enhancement, and development of programs and activities. RAs are asked to, for example, research and prepare lit reviews and annotated bibliographies, conduct interviews and focus groups, work with data (e.g., transcribing, coding, analyzing qualitative and quantitative data), and/or work with technology (e.g., website maintenance). Interested students may submit a CV/resume and a cover letter identifying specific areas of expertise and interest related to the above for us to keep on file as new opportunities arise. Submit these materials to Taylor Institute, Office Manager - Andrea Derksen (email@example.com).