“What If You Don’t Have a Library School?” Ethical Considerations for a Summer Internship at an Academic Library
Enabling professional working experiences for library and information science (LIS) graduate students is always rewarding. With this chapter, the authors will reflect on the operation, collaborative processes, and results of an academic library’s summer internship program. Ethical aspects related to ensuring intern pay, along with individual goal-based learning in a real workplace and the integrity of professional status, will provide insights for others looking to plan or implement similar programs.
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Flota, B., Lane, M., & Liu, J. (2022). “What If You Don’t Have a Library School?” Ethical Considerations for a Summer Internship at an Academic Library. In A. Hartsell-Gundy, K. Duckett, & S. Morris (Eds.), Learning in action: Designing successful graduate student work experiences in academic libraries (pp. 5-19). ACRL. https://commons.lib.jmu.edu/letfspubs/209/