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Ramnarine-Rieks, Angela, Greene, Delicia Tiera, Costa, Mark R., Flaherty, Mary Grace and Solinger, Carrie (2011): Bridging theory and practice: connecting coursework to internships in LIS programs. In: Proceedings of the 2011 iConference 2011. pp. 763-764. Available online

This research project explores how internships in Library and Information Science (LIS) programs bridge theory and practice. Experiential learning must complement classroom instruction to adequately prepare LIS graduates for the workforce. Evaluation of student and faculty feedback provides a way to minimize the gap between theory and practice.

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