- Paul Jenkins
Faculty-Librarian Relationships illustrates how academic librarians can enjoy a healthy working partnership with the faculty they serve. Though geared towards those new to the profession, the book is aimed at librarians interested in learning more about this often-complex relationship. Helpful strategies are provided for librarians working with faculty in the areas of collection development and information literacy. The book includes a number of interviews conducted with faculty members so librarians have examples of thoughts, concerns and suggestions regarding libraries and librarians.
Paperback, 196 Pages
Published: May 2005
Imprint: Chandos Publishing
â¦a very accessable read for anyone new to academic librarianship., The Higher Eduction Academy
â¦can provide some insight for the seasoned professional and will be of greatest use to students and those just embarking on a career in a college or university library., American Library Association
- The faculty: Who they are, how they think; Collection development and faculty; Working with faculty in information literacy and other public services; Other faculty-librarian relationships on campus; Interviews with College of Mount St. Joseph faculty.