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Library 101 for Faculty: Liaisons

Who we are and our goals; what we offer to you and your students, and how you can better integrate library services and information literacy into your courses.

What Can a Liaison Do for You?

A Library Liaison is a librarian who works with faculty within a specific CCBC school. The Library Liaison connects faculty peers with library collections, resources, services and information literacy concepts. 

Library Liaisons: 

· Develop relationships with faculty and students to cultivate student success  

· Collaborate to incorporate and teach information literacy concepts in face-to-face and online classes 

· Connect school faculty with collection resources to strengthen course objectives 

· Locate OER materials and assist in their development for use in courses 

· Support faculty in creation of course-related learning objects and research assignments  

To accomplish these goals, liaison librarians communicate and meet with individual faculty, small faculty teams, and attend department or school meetings. 

 

Liaison Librarians

School of Liberal Arts

Jean Boggs

Cassidy Chesnut

School of Wellness, Social & Behavioral Sciences

Erika Hodge Harris

School of Business, Education, Criminal Justice, and Law

Drucie Allen

Jill Burke

School of Technology, Art and Design

Kwangsoo Han

Jamie Witman

School of Health Professions

Anne Sleeman

Raymond Wang

School of Math and Science

Debra Sambuco

Continuing Education & ACDV

Elizabeth Godwin

Cynthia Roberts