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Digital Pedagogy Internship


U-M Library (Digital Scholarship Hub)


Ann Arbor, MI (Remote)


Anne Cong-Huyen, Digital Scholarship Strategist

Description of Internship Project and Intern’s Role and Responsibilities

The University of Michigan Library seeks a summer intern interested in exploring program development in digital scholarship. The intern will work closely with the library’s Digital Scholarship Service team in designing public programming and graduate-centered opportunities related to digital scholarship, with a particular emphasis on assessment and user research. This programming may include working on assessing our Digital Scholarship Certificate pilot, the Anti-Racist Digital Research Initiative, our online exhibits, text and data mining support, or public events that bridge digital practices and topics related to the library’s diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility, and anti-racism goals (e.g., Ada Lovelace Day, Douglass Day, Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon). These events are often hosted in collaboration with community or campus partners and are open to the public.

Because of the project emphasis on user research, we encourage applicants who are especially interested in engaging with their student peers. The intern will also have the opportunity to work with a range of library specialists and learn a variety of skills important to working in public engagement, such as accessibility, assessment, project management, marketing and communications, and service design.

Time Commitment (i.e., schedule, days per week needed):

Part-time internship
Start date: May 3, 2022 (flexible)
End date: by August 19 (flexible)
Specific days of the week intern needs to be available: flexible
Duration: May to August



About the Organization

The University of Michigan (U-M) Library is one of the world’s largest academic research libraries and serves a vibrant university community that is home to 19 schools and colleges, 100 top ten graduate programs, and has annual research expenditures approaching $1.5 billion a year. To enable the university’s world-changing work and to serve the public good, the library collects, preserves, and shares the scholarly and cultural record in all existing and emerging forms, and leads the reinvention of the academic research library in the digital age.