By Thomas Garbelotti on March 23, 2017
UCLA Graduate students in any department of the Humanities Division, or a department that is affiliated with the Digital Humanities Program, are eligible to work for up to three years as Research and Instructional Technology Consultants (RITC) at the Center for Digital Humanities (HumTech). RITCs support Humanities faculty and TAs in the use of technology for instruction and contribute to digital scholarly projects. This position provides a valuable opportunity for Humanities grad students to develop fluency in both research and instructional technology and project management, to develop their CV for alt-ac job opportunities, and to network with faculty, staff, and students around research and instruction.
The deadline for applications is April 12, 2017.