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POSITION: Research & Education Intern
LOCATION: Duke University Medical Center Library & Archives
AVAILABLE: Summer or Fall 2018
The Research & Education Department of the Duke University Medical Center Library provides reference and research services, classes, consultations, and systematic review services for organizations and individuals within Duke Health. The Research & Education Intern will support all areas of the department, such as reference, research, instruction, consultations, and systematic review searches. The Intern will gain experience in a progressive academic health sciences environment and will develop practical skills in health sciences and academic librarianship.
1 year with potential to extend
Hours are flexible, but they must take place between 8am and 6pm
Must be a Master's degree or PhD student in Library/Information Science or Public Health graduate program. Preference for students who have completed at least one semester of coursework and are comfortable with database searching (i.e., controlled vocabularies and Boolean operators). Internships may be completed as field experiences for credit or as not-for-credit experiences.
Please send cover letter, CV, and three references to: Emily Mazure, Biomedical Research Liaison Librarian.
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