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Library Liaison Plan: 2017 - 2019

Goal 1: Expand collaboration, engagement, and outreach to students, faculty, and staff across the university system

Objectives

  • Collaborate with faculty and staff to integrate library resources into course curriculum.
  • Create current, relevant, engaging marketing of library resources and services.
  • Provide class-specific instruction.
  • Marketing / public relations / social media presence

Goal 2: Librarians will enhance subject collections and discoverability to reflect subject specialties.

Objectives

  • Assess the research needs of students, faculty, and staff, and adapt library collections and services to meet those needs.
  • Develop and maintain comprehensive knowledge of the information resources pertinent to your liaison areas.

Subject Liaisons

Business & Accounting – Brittany Ford

Accounting

  • Business Administration
  • Information Systems

Business Administration

  • Management

Master of Business Administration

  • MBA
  • MBA/IT

Paralegal

Information Technology – Kate Lynch

Information Technology

  • Cybersecurity
  • Database Administration
  • Office Technology
  • Network Administration
  • Software Development & Engineering
  • Systems & User Support

Office Technology

  • Administrative Office Specialist
  • Computerized Office Applications

Health Sciences – Eric Rector

Emergency Medical Services (Brittany Ford)

Health Care Management (Kate Lynch)

  • Information Systems

Health Information Management (Kate Lynch)

Medical Assisting (Brittany Ford)

Medical Billing & Coding (Kate Lynch)

Medical Office Professional (Kate Lynch)

Nursing (Eric Rector)

  • MSN
  • RN to BSN

Pharmacy Technician (Brittany Ford)

Phlebotomy + ECG (Brittany Ford)

Surgical Technology (Brittany Ford)

General Education Liaisons

General Education Courses—All Librarians

Arts & Humanities

  • Ethics
  • Cultural Appreciation
  • World Religions
  • Mathematics, Statistics, & Logic
  • Thinking Critically
  • Logic and Critical Thinking
  • Statistics (Introduction to Statistics)
  • Understanding Mathematics

Sciences, Physical & Natural

  • Biology (Introduction to Biology)
  • Environmental Science
  • Personal Health

Social & Behavioral Sciences

  • American Government
  • American History
  • American Economic History
  • Parliamentary Procedure
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Sociology (Introduction to Sociology)

Written & Oral Communication

  • English Composition
  • Oral Communication