- 2645 Dole Street Honolulu, HI 96822
There are a number of projects available to interns. Priorities include assisting with inventory & weeding, collection assessment, archival processing. Other projects include assisting with digitization of special collections, instruction, and the development of public services (e.g. workshops, exhibits, promotion & marketing media).
The Library Resource Center, Hālau o Laka me Lono, serves as a reference collection for the students, faculty, and staff at Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies. This collection also serves as the department repository. The collection is comprised of books, periodicals, newspapers, maps, theses, microfilms, VHSs, DVDs, cassettes, and some ephemeral material (e.g. brochures, handouts, flyers).
- LIS 601 Introduction to Reference & Information Services
- LIS 615 Collection Management
- Previous experience in a library setting
Flexible – Kamakakūokalani is open M-F 7am-7pm (closed for school holidays)
Goals and Outcomes
Depending on the specific internship designed for the student, possible outcomes include:
- Students will be able to evaluate collection based on recommended lists, bibliographies, library mission, and service community.
- Students will develop library guides, print or web-based.
- Student will assist patrons in the overall use of the library, including, but not limited to, the location of relevant resources and use of technology / equipment.
LIS 690 Student Evaluation Form
Mid-semester & end-of-semester.
- Keahiahi Long
- (808) 956-0589