Submitted by John_Bramble_57888 on Tue, 08/30/2022 - 11:21

You Are Invited!

We invite students to connect with us for informational interviews regarding the role our program has on improving access to quality health information using community-led approaches to program design and implementation or for local or virtual practicum experiences.

Current Projects

  • Proximity Mapping Project

  • Membership Renewal Project

  • Consumer Health for Librarian Students Project

  • Connections Projects

    • Community Based Health Organizations

    • Public Health Organizations

    • Library Organizations

  • Citizen Science & SciStarter

  • Telehealth In Libraries Project

  • Bidirectional Communications Projects

  • Data Services Projects & The Carpentries

About Region 4's Student Engagement Program

Region 4 is committed to support students wishing to spend their practicum course credit hours on professional level activities resulting in real work experiences they might used to further develop their resume or portfolio.

Region 4’s Student Practicum Health Information Access Experience program is primarily designed to connect Library and Information Science or iSchool graduate students with seasoned librarians or information professionals working in the area of health information access.

All activities can be completed remotely.

We recognized that each student has different needs, interests, and goals and Region 4 will do our best to accommodate these differences so that students have a unique and personalized practicum/field experience they can be proud of.

We have years of experience working with students and their graduate program officials on designing an experience based on one, two, or three credit hours.

We invite students and professors to explore how working with the Region 4 team will support students develop into amazing library and/or information professionals.

The very best way to get started is to meet with John Bramble, Executive Director, Region 4 and National Training Office. Please call or email to get started!

Best Contact Person

John Bramble, MLIS, MSBMI
801 585 9646
john.bramble@utah.edu
Office Hours: M-F 7am-4pm Mountain Time

Primary contact email
john.bramble@utah.edu
Primary contact name
John Bramble
ROC
Program summary

Region 4 is administered out of the University of Utah and serves the following States: Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming, and those who can meet us on online.