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Four "I"s of internships for the new information society: Intentional, Interconnected, Interdisciplinary and International

@inproceedings{Bird2012FourO,
  title={Four "I"s of internships for the new information society: Intentional, Interconnected, Interdisciplinary and International},
  author={Nora J. Bird and Clara M. Chu and Fatih Oguz},
  year={2012}
}
Internships in library and information studies (LIS) for the New Information Society are re-examined taking into consideration four concepts: (i) international and (ii) interdisciplinary that allow them to expand beyond the local and disciplinary, and (iii) intentional and (iv) interconnected, that draw attention to their purpose, the learning process and the role of participants. Internships are described in terms of what they are, why engage in them, where they are held, how they are… 
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