BitCuratorEdu Guidelines for Hosting Remote Internships
Jess Farrell, Sheridan Sayles, Meg Tuomala, Hannah Wang | BitCuratorEdu Project
These guidelines are aimed at information professionals who wish to provide remote internship opportunities to students who seek practical experience in digital curation and preservation. Although the need for remote internships has recently increased due to COVID-19, hopefully these guidelines will also support ongoing efforts to offer remote internships for students and host institutions that are geographically separated.
The guidelines are available for free download as a PDF or Google Doc, below.
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- Practice using tools in the BitCurator Environment.
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The BitCuratorEdu project was an effort (2018-2022) funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to study and advance the adoption of digital forensics tools and methods in libraries and archives through professional education efforts. This project was a partnership between Educopia Institute and the School of Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, along with the Council of State Archivists (CoSA) and several Masters-level programs in library and information science.Google Doc
Jess Farrell, Sheridan Sayles, Meg Tuomala, Hannah Wang. (May 4, 2022). BitCuratorEdu Guidelines for Hosting Remote Internships. BitCuratorEdu Project.