DLINQ Internships: Professional Learning Opportunities for Middlebury Students
About the Internship Program
DLINQ’s student internship program is designed to provide opportunities for Middlebury students to work on meaningful and impactful digital projects. DLINQ Interns work with DLINQ staff mentors and are offered continuous learning opportunities. The program is aligned with Middlebury’s strategic direction focused on developing students’ digital fluency and critical engagement with the digital.
DLINQ Interns divide their time into three areas of work:
Inquiries – Participating in individual and group inquiries on topics of digital fluency, and supporting or co-leading one-on-one or small group learning sessions on topics relevant to DLINQ’s areas of focus.
Digital Fluency Teaching Assistance – Facilitating peer-to-peer consultations with other students, faculty, and staff, and partnering with faculty and staff to develop digital fluency activities for courses.
DLINQ project work – Contributing to the development, progress, and success of DLINQ sponsored as well as community partner projects and initiatives.
Background: This is a guide on how to create a video. These steps can be applied to any video creation software. The content of my video is about the connection between rural poverty in America and the LGBT community, and […]
In my personal inquiry, I decided to focus on digital art, which for me had always been an unknown territory. Although I had not had any experience with it, I was curious about the process of creating […]
For my personal inquiry during the summer internship, I strived to explore backend website development. I wanted to create a data repository website where Middlebury College students can share class notes, such as images, educational videos, […]
In my personal inquiry, Privacy in a Digital World, I explored how privacy needs have become increasingly more important in our lives and made recommendations for useful resources for the uninitiated. I created a WordPress […]
To answer this question, the first thing I thought to use was social media, particularly Instagram. I chose Instagram because it seems like a social media app that many students use aside from Facebook. […]
My personal inquiry, Language in the Digital Sphere, explores how language shapes our experience of the digital world. Like many other members of the Middlebury community, I operate in multiple languages on a daily […]
DLINQ recently tasked the Interns with creating a visualization that represents some aspect of our relationship to the digital. In tackling this project, I first reflected on the seemingly endless stream […]