The UOC Strategic Plan is the road map that accompanies the University's strategy.
About the library
The Library is integrated into the UOC classrooms, too, and you will find many of its resources in the Learning resources section of the Virtual Campus.
The UOC Library has opened six calls for applications for non-curricular internships.
You’ll learn alongside a team of professionals. Get to know us!
You’ll have a flexible timetable so you can combine the internship with your studies.
You’ll get to know a Library born in the digital era that mentors students, researchers and teaching staff in their work.
No fetching coffee or making photocopies! On this internship, we want you to say what you think and play an active role.
The internship will take place online, although we may ask students to attend occasional in-person team meetings at the internship centre, located in the UOC's Barcelona centre (Rambla del Poblenou, 156).
An opportunity to learn in an environment that differs from that of a traditional university library, working alongside a team with many years of experience of managing digital format resources.
You will analyse the way our users use the Library's content, from its electronic books and journals to its databases. You will also learn how to use data visualization software to compile reports.
In addition, you will help with collection management tasks: locating content, platform analysis and contact with publishing groups. You will also assist with the implementation of a new resource manager.
We need this evidence to be able to take decisions. This is an opportunity to gain experience in one of the most innovative areas of the job market with an extremely high demand for qualified professionals.
- Data analysis and presentation. You’ll get to know and work on the Library's indicator map and familiarize yourself with the different data sources and systems of use. You’ll also analyse the possibility of designing an infrastructure to store a heterogeneous set of data.
- Data display. To aid analysis of the information, you’ll take part in producing reports with Data Studio or Power BI.
The home of the learning resources kitchen.
Selection and dissemination of content. Our faculty reference librarians provide support to the teaching staff and help them choose the best learning resources for UOC courses. These professionals know which sources to go to and how to find the necessary information at any given time. In this internship you will help the subject librarians choose the best information sources to meet the needs of each case.
Production of learning resources. When a teacher asks for new material at our University, a multidisciplinary team helps the teacher choose the format best matched to the course (a video, a website, a novelette, etc). From that point onwards, the gearwheels start turning: the project is planned and monitored. In this internship you will be providing support for management and editorial control.
A creative internship programme which enables you to put the knowledge you have acquired during your studies into practice. Observe and give us your ideas, we want to hear your thoughts.
- Website news and content production. You will be responsible for writing content which promotes the Library's collection of databases, journals and e-books and the services aimed at the UOC community (students, researchers and teaching staff).
- Library social media management. You will collaborate in the implementation of the social media plan and the publication of multiformat content (graphics, videos, gifs, etc) through the @UOCBiblioteca account.
- You will produce short audiovisualclips and infographics to promote the Library's services and resources using software such as Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop and Illustrator.
Content dissemination. You will participate in communication tasks related to the dissemination of content published in the UOC's Artnodes and ETHE. Artnodes examines intersections between art, science and technology, while ETHE focuses on research into online higher education.
Social media management. You will be involved in publishing content for these journals on academic and generalist social media platforms, the aim being to consolidate their positioning. You will also participate in the production of monitoring reports to analyse the results.
Editorial support. You will liaise with the journal's community of collaborators and users (editorial committee, authors, readers, etc).
As an intern, you will help to promote the research being conducted at the UOC specializing in the areas of e-learning and the information and knowledge society, as well as e-health
- Provide support compiling bibliometric indicators. You will learn about the main national and international bibliometric indices used to evaluate scientific production, which are needed by researchers when submitting applications for funding or to participate in research.
- Social media monitoring for research projects. You will learn about the latest trends in relation to altmetrics (alternative metrics), which are indicators that help to analyse the influence or attention generated by scientific articles on social media – for example a tweet, a Facebook post or a blog entry – and complement traditional impact indicators such as the impact factor or number of citations.
You will become familiar with linguistic quality analysis methods and strategies, which is a fundamental aspect of the work done by a professional language consultant.
- You will assist with ensuring the quality of the learning resources produced by the UOC by carrying out language reviews of the texts.
- You will check content written in Catalan and Spanish for linguistic accuracy (spelling, grammar, vocabulary and graphic and typographic conventions) and help with tasks related to the identification and resolution of translation issues.
You'll learn about what the UOC Library is doing to build the gender perspective into our university's teaching and research
- Identifying learning resources that address women's studies, gender, feminism and sexuality.
- Creating tools and resources to help mainstream the gender perspective in our teaching and research.
- Preparing reports on the gender mainstreaming-related actions carried out by the Library and Learning Resources team.
- For the duration of the internship you must be enrolled on one of the following programmes: bachelor's degree, diplomatura, llicenciatura/licenciatura, enginyeria/ingeniería, master's degree, postgraduate course or specialization course.
- If you are on first cycle or bachelor's degree programmes, you need to have passed 50% of the programme's credits (from the total of all the credits you have passed, recognized and enrolled on).
- The internship must be related to your programme.
If you’re a UOC student, access the internships tool and select the option UOC non-curricular internships. Register and you’ll be able to access the list of offers.
If you’re not studying at the UOC, send an email with your CV to email@example.com, indicating the title of the internship.