This fellowship supports advanced US graduate students, faculty members, or professionals in library and information sciences from colleges and universities to conduct short-term library development projects and/or research in Mongolia for a period of up to 12 weeks between May and October. The fellowship is supported with funding from the US State Department Education and Cultural Affairs Bureau through a grant by the Council of American Overseas Research Centers. The ACMS Library Fellowship program is intended to help support the development of the ACMS research library and build stronger connections among local library partners through specific defined projects designed to enhance collection content, resource accessibility, and training. Fellows are hosted by the ACMS and should propose projects that have measurable positive outcomes for the scholarly community served by the ACMS. Project proposals with similar outcomes and impacts on local partner libraries are also especially encouraged.
For more information, including how to apply, please visit the ACMS home page.
Librarian & Instructional Technology Specialist
ACMS Library Website & Research Guides
GIS & Map Librarian, University of California at Berkeley
Enhance the Map, Geographic, and Environmental Resources of the Collection
GIS Specialist and Cartographer
Center for Geography: GIS Database, Lab, and Instruction
Head, Collections Description Services, Columbia University Libraries
Basic Cataloging Knowledge Seminar (Каталогийн Суурь Мэдлэгийн Семинар)
Lecturer, Program in the Environment, University of Michigan
Preserving Mongolia’s Digital and Broadcast News
Head, Collection Development, New York University Libraries
Optimizing Electronic Resource Access and Awareness at the ACMS Library
Reference Librarian, Euclid Public Library
Immortalizing Mongolia’s Ancient Past in a Digital Age (Монголын эртний түүхийг дижитал эрин зуунд мөнхжүүлэх)