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Fundamentals for the academic liaison / Richard Moniz, Jo Henry, and Joe Eshleman.

By: Moniz, Richard.
Contributor(s): Henry, Jo | Eshleman, Joe.
Material type: TextTextSeries: ALA fundamentals series: Description: viii, 200 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781555709679; 1555709672; 1783300051; 9781783300051.Subject(s): Academic libraries -- Relations with faculty and curriculum | Academic librarians -- Professional relationships | Academic librarians -- Effect of technological innovations on | Subject specialist librarians | Librarians | Libraries, Medical -- organization & administration | Interprofessional Relations | Academic librarians -- Professional relationships | Subject specialist librarians | Academic libraries -- Relations with faculty and curriculumDDC classification: 027.7
Contents:
Faculty/staff orientation meetings -- Subject expertise -- Communication with faculty -- Online tutorials -- Faculty assistance -- Collection development -- Teaching information literacy -- Embedded librarianship -- Library guides -- Accreditation and new courses -- Evaluation.
Summary: The role of the library and librarians on campus has changed in the past two decades. Though still relevant to academic enterprise, the transformation of the Internet has created a new normal. Library liaisons are at the forefront with regard to the future of library services in this technological age.
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Item type Current location Call number Status Date due Barcode
Two week reserve University of Texas At Tyler
Reserves Desk - Circulation
Z675.U5 M5755 2014 (Browse shelf) Available 0000002253151

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Faculty/staff orientation meetings -- Subject expertise -- Communication with faculty -- Online tutorials -- Faculty assistance -- Collection development -- Teaching information literacy -- Embedded librarianship -- Library guides -- Accreditation and new courses -- Evaluation.

The role of the library and librarians on campus has changed in the past two decades. Though still relevant to academic enterprise, the transformation of the Internet has created a new normal. Library liaisons are at the forefront with regard to the future of library services in this technological age.

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