Library faculty collaborate with other faculty, instructional staff, and campus groups to ensure students develop the information literacy skills they need to become efficient, effective, and fluent users and producers of information. See below for resources and ideas.
The Library Liaison serves as the primary college-wide contact for academic department faculty and staff, meeting constituents' needs for collection development, information literacy collaboration, and referral of requests to other appropriate library faculty and staff.
Develops an awareness of coursework, subject specialties and academic plans for the assigned department to provide support for:
Collaborative strategies to integrate information literacy into academic programs and courses
Library collection assessments to ensure curriculum compliance, which includes writing the Library Collections Statement on 335s, program reviews, and accreditation documents
Promotion of library resources to department faculty by connecting library resources to teaching pedagogy
Communicates information to the academic department/disciplines about library services, policies, resources, events, and future plans; informs Library & Information Resources staff of academic department/discipline needs
Responds to department/discipline requests and makes recommendations for library resources
Attends academic department/discipline meetings and coordinates appropriate library representation on curricular teams and other department-related initiatives
|Business Studies||Jennifer Hummelfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Communication, Humanities & the Arts||Kathleen Heideckeremail@example.com|
|Engineering & Technology Sciences||Andrea Hartranftfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|English, Math & Computer Science||Lisa Weigardemail@example.com|
|Health Careers & Nursing||Kathleen Conleyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Social Sciences||Allyson Valentineemail@example.com|