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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 contact Kyle Morgan, Scholarly Communications and Digital Scholarship Librarian, at kyle.morgan@humboldt.edu.

Outstanding Students & Projects

Aarsvold, Emily, Library Scholarly Communication (SA), Thesis Review (Fall 2016, Spring 2017)
Alster, Amanda, Library Scholarly Communication (SA), Far Less editor (Spring 2018, Fall 2018, Spring 2019)
Boyer, Blake, Library Scholarly Communication (Internship), Open Access book marketing (Fall 2018)
Cervantes, Tessa, Library Scholarly Communication (SA), Toyon, vol. 59 co-editor (2013)
Delevich, Carolyn, Library Scholarly Communication (Internship), ideaFest Journal manager (Spring 2018, Spring 2019)
Delevich, Carolyn, Library Scholarly Communication (Internship), Thesis Review (Fall 2018)
Delevich, Carolyn, Library Scholarly Communication (Internship), The Press at Cal Poly Humboldt layout, design, editing, marketing (Summer 2019)
Ellion, Kelley, Library Scholarly Communication (Internship), Bill Jones, Wikipedia additions (spring 2019)
Farfan, Reynaldo, Library Scholarly Communication (Internship), Faculty webpages (Fall 2016)
Heirich, Maximillian, Library Scholarly Communication (Internship), Thesis Review (Spring 2019)
Jones, Jason, Library Scholarly Communication (Internship), Faculty webpages (Fall 2016)
LaJaoie, Hailey, Library Scholarly Communication (Internship), To Catch the Rain, French translation (spring 2019)
Olloqui, Carlos, Library Scholarly Communication (Internship), Thesis Review (Spring 2017)
Rivas, Mikaylah, Library Scholarly Communication (Internship), The Pinetum Brittanicum digitization (Fall 2016-Spring 2018)