The move to online and hybrid learning environments presents changing needs and new opportunities for faculty development.
BiographyAndrew Bonamici is Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives and Program Development at the University of Oregon Libraries. In addition to general library oversight and planning as a member of the UO Libraries senior administrative team, his roles and responsbilities include
- Monitoring the UO Libraries strategic plan and performance assessment programs
- Liaison and relationship manager for Marketing and Communications, User Experience (UX), and the Oregon Folklife Network
- Sponsor/representative for programs and initiatives with significant partnerships beyond library, including but not limited to Open Educational Resources (OERs), Research Data Management (RDM), and accessibility
- Proposal development for capacity-building grants and major gift proposals
- Development and promulgation of UO Libraries unit and campus-level policies
During 2015-2016, Andrew served as interim Director of Special Collections and University Archives. Beginning in Fall 2016, he is serving as interim head of the library's Digital Scholarship Center.
Andrew is a member of the UO's Educational Technology Advisory Committee and the Disabilities Issues Administrative Council, and serves as the UO's insitutional representative to the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI), He holds the AMLS degree from the University of Michigan School of Information, a BA in Music History and Theory from Marylhurst University, and is a fellow of the 2005 Frye Leadership Institute.
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