Work with EAST
The Education and Scholarly Technology team is available for consultation on everything from setting up your Moodle class to redesigning your syllabus around a digital project.
- Schedule a Consultation/Office Hours
- LITS Digital Bryn Mawr Project Grant Funding
- Student Internships
- Post-Baccalaureate Positions
- LibGuide and Blog
Schedule a Consultation/Office Hours
Thinking of blending a course or adding a digital curricular project to one of your courses? We can help you with all aspects of digital course design, from researching tools that best meet your learning goals, to developing plans for assessment or student support.
Our team is available by appointment:
- Next available appointment
- Meet with Chris Boyland
- Meet with Jenny Spohrer
- Meet with Maria Ocando Finol
- Meet with Rosemarie Fettig
- Meet with Sean Keenan
- Meet with Vickie Karasic
- Meet with Alice McGrath
To contact us or if you have questions please email email@example.com or call the Help Desk and put in a help ticket. They will forward the ticket to the team and the next available member will take care of it.
LITS Digital Bryn Mawr Project Grant FundingFor more ambitious projects, Bryn Mawr faculty, staff, and graduate students are invited to apply for LITS Digital Bryn Mawr Project Grant funding. Funding can cover undergraduate or graduate student support, software or hardware, professional development, and more. See details and application deadlines.
Review of applications will begin Oct. 15, 2020, and continue until the position is filled. See our Handshake posting for more information.
LITS offers one-year full-time, entry-level positions for recent Bryn Mawr College graduates. LITS Educational Technology Assistant positions come with full benefits (including paid vacation and health insurance) and include the possibility of renewal for a second year pending funding and mutual approval. The Educational Technology Assistant position is designed to give recent Bryn Mawr graduates the opportunity to gain work experience and develop practical skills in areas such as project management and assessment, web design, metadata management, audiovisual production, curricular design, and working with clients, while helping to support the college's educational mission. It is an excellent opportunity for graduates considering careers in education, instructional design, library and information science, web/multimedia design and production, or software development. Positions are usually advertised in late spring or early summer in Handshake and on LITS' Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts.