Subject liaisons can…
- Receive and process recommendations for purchases - books, periodicals, or electronic resources (such as databases)
- Conduct tours of the library for classes
- Conduct bibliographic instruction (sometimes called “library sessions”) for classes. These classes can be tailored to specific assignments or classes, or can be overviews of the Library’s resources
- Help develop research assignments
- Assist with and collaborate on research
Every department on campus has a subject librarian – check the list below to see who your librarian is!
- Dinah Williams: Curriculum & Instruction, Educational Leadership & Counseling, Kinesiology, Marriage & Family Therapy, and Psychology
- Carita Alexander: Health Sciences, Communicative Disorders, Dental Hygiene, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, Radiologic Technology and Toxicology
- Karen Cook: Criminal Justice, History and Political Science
- Megan Lowe: Art, Communication Studies, Dance, English, Music and Theatre
- Karen Niemla: Business, Accounting, Computer & Information Systems, Computer Science, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, General Business, Insurance, Management, Gerontology, Sociology and Social Work
- Maren Williams: Agriculture, Atmospheric Sciences, Aviation, Biology, Chemistry, Construction, Family & Consumer Sciences, Foreign Languages, Geosciences, Mathematics and Physics
Please feel free to contact us! We're here to help!
Edit, 5:33pm: I have removed Agribusiness and added 're. Thanks for catching that, Maren! We English types have to stick together. ;D