Published: Aug. 20, 2019


Arts & Sciences Support of Education Through Technology (ASSETT) is hiring a Teaching, Learning, and Technology Initiatives Graduate Assistant to support and enhance our faculty learning communities, campus partnerships and grow technology uses around initiatives such as the Faculty Fellows learning community, a Domain of One’s Own (DoOO) pilot, Collective to Advance Multimodal Participatory Publishing (CAMPP), Open Educational Resources (OER), and open educational practices. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter who is willing to increase their knowledge in these areas.  


  • Related to faculty learning communities:

    • Provide support for Faculty Fellows’ teaching, learning, and technology projects 

    • Tracking project progress 

    • Developing support resources

    • Disseminating fellows’ data and making fellows’ work visible online

  • Related to open education: 

    • Assist in the implementation of, a Domain of One’s Own pilot, including program support, resource development, organization, student outreach and communication

    • Assist in the Innovation Incubator CAMPP project by assisting the CAMPP project manager and team members with individual openly-published projects

    • Provide support and resource development for open education practices 

  • Related to growth areas

    • Conducting literature reviews, peer institution research, and discovery work in areas related to teaching, learning and technology

Required Qualifications

  • Currently enrolled in a graduate program at CU Boulder

  • Familiar with, and able to learn, new technologies for teaching and learning

  • Dependable and organized, with the ability to work independently and collaboratively

Preferred Qualifications

  • Familiar with teaching methods, pedagogies and instructional design principles

  • Experience working with faculty on teaching or curriculum projects

  • Working knowledge and interest in open and digital pedagogy, open educational resources, and/or open educational practices

  • Working knowledge and interest in learning communities or communities of practice

  • Any level of teaching experience

  • Student and/or youth advocate

How to Apply

This is a 50% Graduate Assistantship (20 hours per week), plus tuition remission for the 2019/2020 academic year (Professional Masters Programs not eligible for tuition remission). This position reports to the ASSETT Faculty Services Portfolio Manager, but also works closely with other staff members. To apply, please submit a one-page cover letter addressing your interest and qualifications related to this position, along with your CV or resume to This position is open until filled.