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Approaches to liaison librarianship : innovations in organization and engagement

Author: Robin Canuel; Chad Crichton
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : Association of College and Research Libraries, 2021 ©2021
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Liaison librarianship is a well-established system for framing the work and organizational structures of an academic library to effectively meet the needs of faculty and students. But despite its rich history, the precise meaning of liaison librarianship remains somewhat fluid--the size and nature of an academic institution, the library's financial and human resources, and the diversity and size of local programs  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Canuel, Robin.
Approaches to liaison librarianship.
Chicago, IL : Association of College & Research Libraries, [2021]
(DLC) 2020951560
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robin Canuel; Chad Crichton
ISBN: 9780838948545 0838948545
OCLC Number: 1227389907
Description: 1 online resource (vii, 320 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents: The establishment and evolution of a liaison librarian program / Angela D. Hamilton --
Creating and managing a new liaison organizational model: strategies for success / Gary W. White and Yelena Luckert --
Getting on the change train: facilitating a reframing of the liaison model / Jeannie Bail and Marc Bragdon --
Cultivating liaison leadership: pathways to management / Kerry M. Creelman, Andrea R. Malone, Lisa Martin, and Veronica Arellano Douglas --
A delicate balance: fostering a collaborative work environment in the life of a merged library / Natalie Waters --
Building bridges beyond the library: outreach activities for liaison librarians / Lisa M. Woznicki --
Move out and move in: an embedded approach to liaison roles / Helen Power and Sharon Munro --
The embedded instruction liaison librarian: creating a workshop series for future professionals / Lindsay McNiff --
Better together: collaboratively designing and teaching a problem-based public health course / Lana Mariko Wood --
Research in the studio, artists in the stacks: mapping information literacy and the library in a studio arts program / Larissa Garcia and Jessica Labatte --
Telling a compelling story: using the guidelines for primary source literacy to teach students how to critically use original library documents / Sandy Hervieux --
The more we work together: supporting student research through librarian-faculty collaboration in an online graduate course / Jenny Harris and Catherine Gatewood-Keim --
Extending our reach: collaborating and creating an e-learning resource for social science graduate students / Christena A. McKillop --
Best of both worlds: transitioning roles for a liaison librarian to an embedded librarian by becoming an adjunct instructor / Melissa E. Johnson --
Working with faculty development groups: building mutually beneficial relationships to deepen liaison librarian-faculty collaborations / Theresa McDevitt, Stephanie Taylor-Davis, and Carrie Bishop --
Uncovering indigenous knowledge at the cultural interface: liaison-led initiatives to decolonize academic library collections / Michael Dudley and April Blackbird --
Speaking across silos: understanding the commonalities between subject and functional roles / Pamella R. Lach, Amanda Lanthorne, and Laurel Bliss --
Liaison and scholarly communication librarians collaborating to support faculty and students / Sarah A. Norris, Sandra Avila, and Buenaventura Basco --
Entrepreneurship unbound: liaison librarians supporting entrepreneurship in the university environment / Jordan M. Nielsen --
Beyond the looking glass: applying a futures thinking perspective for managing liaison roles / Cinthya Ippoliti.
Other Titles: Innovations in organization and engagement
Responsibility: edited by Robin Canuel and Chad Crichton.

Abstract:

"Liaison librarianship is a well-established system for framing the work and organizational structures of an academic library to effectively meet the needs of faculty and students. But despite its rich history, the precise meaning of liaison librarianship remains somewhat fluid--the size and nature of an academic institution, the library's financial and human resources, and the diversity and size of local programs are only some of the variables that librarians must take into consideration when evaluating a specific liaison model for their library, how to implement it, and how its success will be assessed. Approaches to Liaison Librarianship showcases a number of different implementations of the liaison model, across a range of institutions, and describes in detail many of the tailored programs and services that liaison librarians are so well-positioned to provide"--

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