Internships: What You Need to Know in Order to Succeed!. LIBR 203 Meet-Up Present by Markita Dawson and Rene Radusky 23 January 2014. Introducing…. Rene Radusky Final Semester, Archival Studies & Records Management Internship, Fall 2013: UCSF Archives & Special Collections
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Internships: What You Need to Know in Order to Succeed!
LIBR 203 Meet-Up
Present by Markita Dawson and Rene Radusky
23 January 2014
Demystifying the application process (Rene)
Presenting, the Internship! (Markita)
Tips for final report writing (Rene)
But were afraid to ask!
SJSU SLIS Internship Site:
Three SLIS academic supervisors:
SLIS Internship Sites: Database
Validating Non-SLIS Internship Sites
“All pre-requisites must be completed prior to the semester of the internship. For LIBR 294, you must have completed LIBR 200, LIBR 202, LIBR 203 (effective Fall 2008), LIBR 204, 3 elective courses, and be in good academic standing [3.0 GPA or above with no outstanding incompletes] to enroll in LIBR 294. There are no prerequisites to LIBR 294 for students in the Post-Master's Certificate program (PMCP). For MARA 294, you must be in your last semester in the MARA program and be in good academic standing (3.0 GPA or above with no outstanding incompletes).” -- LIBR 294 Student Handbook or MARA 294 Student
No matter where you are in your career YOU CAN DO IT!
“After successfully applying to an internship site, the student must create a set of Learning Outcomes, which are statements that describe what the students will have learned and are able to do by the end of the semester as the result of engaging in the internship. These statements should focus on the acquisition of observable and measurable knowledge, skills and abilities, and reflect the desired end of the learning experience, not simply the means or the process (e.g., a list of activities performed for the internship).” -- http://slisweb.sjsu.edu/current-students/courses/internships/libr-294-student-handbook/libr-294-learning-outcomes
A learning outcome is not:
Survey, arrange and create an inventory for OH 2010-11 collection (new UCSF oral histories, 6.75 linear feet).
A learning outcome is:
At the end of my internship I will be able to: Evaluate, survey, arrange and create an inventory for archival collections.