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The Office of Information Technology is always looking for technologically savvy and interested students. See below for student job openings throughout OIT.
Graduate student will develop an in-depth knowledge of and provide initial Level 1 support for all aspects of the use of ISAAC to make effective use of the resources for research.
Graduate student will increase in-depth knowledge of and provide Level 2 support for all aspects of the use of ISAAC to make effective use of the resources for research.
OIT enriches the educational experience of UT Knoxville students by supporting the academic community in advancing learning through the use of instructional technologies. OIT’s services and resources are available to all UT Knoxville faculty, academic teaching staff, and graduate teaching assistants. OIT staff are available to consult with instructors on everything from developing technology-driven course components to offering fully online curricula. At the heart of OIT is a team of highly skilled professionals.
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