Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (EBLIP) is Seeking an Editorial Intern
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We are looking for a new Editorial Intern to assist our Editorial Team. The ideal candidate will be in place by October 2018 and will commit to serving a two year term.
The role of the Intern is to:
The ideal candidate will be an MLIS (or equivalent) student or a recent graduate (past 2 years) interested in evidence based practice and research methods, and who possesses strong attention to detail. The position requires dedicated time on a regular basis, and it is therefore essential that interested persons ensure available time to devote to this position prior to applying. It is estimated that the workload is approximately 10 hours per month.
Interested persons should send a cover letter, indicating areas of strength they would bring to the role, and resume/cv as a single PDF file to Lorie Kloda, Editor-in-Chief, at email@example.com by July 20, 2018. Specific queries about the role should be addressed to the current Editorial Intern, Rachel Hinrichs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
**Please note that Evidence Based Library and Information Practice is a non-profit, open access journal and all positions are voluntary and unpaid.
About the journal:
Published quarterly, and hosted by the University of Alberta, this peer-reviewed, open access journal is targeted at all library and information professionals interested in an evidence based model of practice. By facilitating access to librarianship research via original research articles and evidence summaries of relevant research from the library literature, Evidence Based Library and Information Practice will enable librarians to practice their profession in an evidence based manner.
Please visit the Evidence Based Library and Information Practice web site (http://journals.library.ualberta.ca/index.php/EBLIP) for further information about the journal.