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Amplifying Student Voices in Library Publishing through Experiential Learning & High Impact Practices Public Deposited

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  • OSU Libraries Publishing began offering internships as one way to firmly link the program to the library and university teaching mission. Along the way, questions about implementation surfaced. We will consider what best practices are emerging and examine current internship models within library publishing, digital scholarship centers, and academic libraries more broadly. We will also explore what counts as a successful internship (and from whose perspective) and look at some effective ways to evaluate and assess students’ experiences. By focusing on student impact, we aim to broaden the discussion around creating a successful library publishing program. Join us to discuss how library publishing programs can create intentional, meaningful internships.
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  • Denton, Texas, USA
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