Summer Practicum in the Repository & Digital Curation Department
Honesty / Internships & Volunteering / Specializations

Summer Practicum in the Repository & Digital Curation Department

It is required that students in the MLS program at Indiana University fulfill one internship. Since I am specializing in Art Librarianship, I am required to complete two internships. This summer, I was a practicum student at Northwestern University’s Library in Evanston, IL. I completed 187.5 hours of work for Digital Collections. I met my … Continue reading

So What Do You Do? My Experience at JHU
Behind the Scenes / Internships & Volunteering / Professional Life / So What Do You Do? / Specializations

So What Do You Do? My Experience at JHU

This post is part of our series “So What Do You Do?” in which  LIS students talk about their experiences as interns. We want to showcase the wide range of things people are doing in the world of library and information science. Tell us a bit about yourself. My name is Heather Johnson and I’m … Continue reading

Conferences

CURATEcamp Report (and Thoughts on the Unconference)

There are a variety of “unconferences” devoted to certain aspects of the library and information science field. Examples are BarCamp (for open web technologies), THATcamp (for humanities and technology), InfoCamp (for general information enthusiasts), and CURATEcamp (for digital curation). Zack wrote about unconferences in his post InfoCamp and the Unconference. We also had a guest … Continue reading