National Air & Space Museum Library Education Tools Development Project
National Air & Space Museum Library Education Tools Development Project is a new summer internship program for college students at the National Air and Space Museum Library in Washington, D.C. It is open to college students pursuing their Master's degree in Library Science.
The internship runs from July 15 to August 30 and is a paid internship. Interns will work full-time on developing educational tools for grades 6 to 12. The tools will be used to educate school students on the history of aviation and aerospace. Much of the project work will involve developing new methods of accessing traditional library materials using iTunes and Pinterest.
The National Air & Space Museum Library is one of the largest collections of aviation and aerospace history and is part of the Smithsonian Institution. It provides resources for research into aerospace, aviation, astronomy, astrophysics, space history and rocket engine design.
Applicants must be graduate students with a background in Education or Library/Information Science. They must have knowledge or experience in developing online instructional tools.
The location is usually in DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
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