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Library and Information Science Access Midwest Program

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Library and Information Science Access Midwest Program

LIS Access Midwest Program (LAMP)
Abbreviation LAMP
Legal status Active
Purpose "LAMP seeks to employ a range of recruitment techniques including summer institutes and internships, peer and professional mentorship and guidance, and financial assistance for the completion of a Masters degree in LIS."
Website LIS Access Midwest Program

Library and Information Science Access Midwest Program (LAMP) is an Institute of Museum and Library Services funded regional network of academic libraries and information science schools working on promoting careers in library and information science. The program looks for promising undergraduate students at its member institutions to participate in activities and events designed to increase their awareness of the profession. The program then provides financial and mentoring support for their graduate studies at one of the member schools. LAMP specifically seeks to encourage the participation of students from statistically and historically underrepresented populations in LIS.[1]

Contents

  • Participating Institutions 1
    • Illinois 1.1
    • Ohio 1.2
    • Michigan 1.3
    • Wisconsin 1.4
    • Other LAMP collaborators 1.5
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Participating Institutions

Illinois

Ohio

Michigan

Wisconsin

Other LAMP collaborators

References

  1. ^ LAMP Homepage. Accessed 11 February 2009. http://www.lisaccess.org/

External links

  • LIS Access Midwest Program
  • Institute of Museum and Library Services
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