Library Scholarly Communication Internship
About the Library Scholarly Communications Internship
The Library Scholarly Communications Internship offers students an opportunity to work on digital scholarship, book publishing, and other scholarly communications projects. Over the course of one semester, students will work individually and in teams to gain hands-on experience creating faculty profiles, managing copyright, promoting scholarship, and working in the open access platform Bepress. These skills will aid student success at the university and after graduation. For more information, see Scholarly Communications and Digital Scholarship or contact Kyle Morgan, Scholarly Communications and Digital Scholarship Librarian, at email@example.com.
- Students will develop skills working in Bepress, an open-access platform used by 476 universities
- Students will be able to express and critique issues of open access, copyright, and academic publishing from first-hand experience.
- Digital Commons (digitalcommons.humboldt.edu)
- Humboldt Digital Scholar (humboldt-dspace.calstate.edu)
- Humboldt State University Press (digitalcommons.humboldt.edu/hsu_press) - students were given an opportunity to market open-access works published in open access through HSU Press. Over the course of one semester, students learned consultation strategies, social media marketing skills, alternative publishing opportunities, bibliographic research, website development, interviewing practices and application, and video editing. Interns developed author relationships, contributed to marketing templates, and learned narrative and visualization techniques to connect scholarly output to broader audiences.
- SelectedWorks Author Gallery - students built the first open-access platform for HSU faculty and student profiles. Scholarly Communications works to foster collaboration between HSU students and faculty in advanced studies of digital humanities. Interns were encouraged to make connections with faculty and develop projects that merged scholarly output with technological tools and social media.
- The History of Congressional Apportionment by Elizabeth Jackson (Spring 2019-present)
- Ecopsychology Revisited by Laiza Pacheco (Spring 2019-present)
- Thesis review by Maximillian Heirich (Spring 2019-present)
- To Catch the Rain, French translation by Hailey LaJaoie (Spring 2019)
- IdeaFest Journal by Carolyn Delevich (Spring 2018-Summer 2019)
- Far Less editing by Amanda Alster (Spring 2018-Spring 2019)
- Sewing their Stories, Telling their Lives marketing by Marcos Hernandez (Fall 2018-Spring 2019)
- Bill Jones, Wikipedia additions by Kelley Ellion (Spring 2019)
- Y.E.S.: 50 Years of Community Building by Erika Andrews, Amanda Ramirez-Sebree, Stan Smith (Summer 2018); edited by Sarah Godlin (Fall 2018-Spring 2019); Student Intern Reflections (PDF)
- The Flying Mouse by Melissa Starr (Summer 2017)
- Thesis review by Carlos Olloqui (Spring 2017)
- The Pinetum Britannicum by Mikaylah, Rivas (Fall 2016-Spring 2018)
- Song of Six Rivers by Ashley Schumann (Fall 2016-Fall 2017)
- Thesis review by Emily Aarsvold (Fall 2016-Spring 2017)
- Faculty pages by Reynaldo Farfan (Fall 2016)
- Faculty pages by Jason Jones (Fall 2016)
Erika Andrews (Spring 2018)
"When I think of my internship with Humboldt Scholars, Special Collection, and the Y.E.S. House, I am truly amazed at what we were able to produce in such little time. While writing about the Y.E.S. House, every decade I researched, I became more intrigued and inspired. The commitment Y.E.S. has to the community is humbling. From radical student organization to long-standing community collaborator, Y.E.S. has never lost sight of their vision of community participation… After Kyle Morgan took a chance on me and offered me the internship, I immediately called my mother to celebrate with her…. look Mom I wrote a book!!!!!"
Christopher Villa, English Major (Fall 2015)
"I hope to gain skills and a perspective about digitizing written material in an era where this seems to be a necessary project."
For more information on how you can sponsore an intern or donate to the HSU Library, see Giving to the Library.