1. Instruction Librarians

Do you need to interview a librarian, or observe an instruction class? Are you looking for an internship or mentor in library instruction/information literacy?

The Southern California Instruction Librarians (SCIL) want to encourage and foster LIS students who endeavor to become instruction librarians. SCIL has collected the names of librarians who are interested in being interviewed by a library school student, mentoring a student, and/or supervising an intern. The purpose of the list is to serve as a resource for LIS students to find instruction librarians to contact when needed as part of a class assignment, or internship course. Please fill out this form and you will be matched with a librarian to work with.

If you have any questions or concerns about privacy, please contact Allison Carr, SCIL Chair at acarr@csusm.edu.

* 1. Contact information:

* 2. Anticipated graduate date:

* 3. Type of institution where you would like to intern/observe (please check all that apply):

* 4. What are you interested in learning more about? Keep in mind the main job duties are instruction and reference, but our librarians may have other areas (please check all that apply):

* 5. Many of our librarians are subject liaisons. Please list any subject areas that you're interested in.

* 6. What would you like to do? (please check all that apply):

* 7. When do you want to meet with a librarian? Specific dates, days of the week, times of day, etc.