Today's hours:

8:00 am — 5:00 pm

Doors are locked 15 minutes before closing.

Departmental Liaisons

Library and Instructional Support (LIS) faculty are available to help you focus research topics, find and evaluate information, cite sources, and much more!

Responsibilities of a liaison:

  • Collection Development:
    • Select new materials to purchase
    • De-select materials that are no longer used, appropriate, or reflective of the curriculum
    • Serve on the Collection Development Group (CDG) by attending meetings and actively participate in discussions, decision making
    • Determine what gifts are appropriate to add to the collection
  • Communication:
    • Provide communication to and from faculty with the disciplines regarding LIS policies/services/resources, faculty needs, curriculum changes, etc.
    • Contact each new faculty member to establish a professional relationship and learn their concerns, research needs, introduce them to our services
  • Instruction:
    • Provide instruction to courses within the disciplines, following the guidelines of the Instruction Coordinator and Framework of the Library Profession, including being embedded in courses.
    • Provide instruction and assistance to students within the disciplines.
Subject Specialist Areas:
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  • Business
  • Economics
  • Engineering Technology
  • Mathematics and Computer Science
  • Technology and Occupational Studies
  • Gender Studies
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