Contact Michelle Asay (firstname.lastname@example.org); there is no official posting for this position because it is considered classified hourly.
Work with LMETS (Technology Specialist)
• Self-motivated, but able to take directions from supervisors
• Help manage Chromebooks, iPads, and PCs
• Basic computer skills, including Google Drive
• Able to perform assigned tasks without direct supervision
• Diagnose, fix and report problems with student technology
• Able to learn new computer skills as updates happen
• Catalog, shelve and manage school library, including student check-in and check-out
• Create monthly promotional library materials
• Manage monthly library reports
This is a 19 hour per week position and requires Friday morning hours.
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- Position Type:
Certified/Licensed/Library Technology Teacher
- Date Posted:
Ensign Elementary School
- Date Available:
- Closing Date:
Open Until Filled
- SUMMARY: This position plans and provides instruction to students based on state, District, and school curricula and requirements and based on the students’ social and other formative skills.
For additional information and to apply, go to: https://www.applitrack.com/slcschools/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Certified%2fLicensed&subcategory=Library+Technology+Teacher
Our second annual bootcamp was a great success with 45 attendees, more than double the number of participants from last year! School librarians as well as Librarian Paraprofessionals from all around Utah attended two days of training on the campus of SUU to gain valuable skills and network with fellow librarians. A number of attendees even chose to stay in the dorms and got to experience the nostalgia of their college days.
Many thanks to Caitlin Gerrity of Sherratt Library at SUU and the presenters from SEDC, SUU, and UEN who helped make this workshop a great success, and especially the UELMA Professional Development Committee.
UELMA hopes to continue to be part in offering annual professional development opportunities like the summer bootcamp.
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