Library Liaison Program

The goal of the Library Liaison Program is to improve services for faculty members and to increase faculty participation in collection development and information literacy instruction. As a part of this program, a library liaison has been assigned to each academic program. Faculty members should consider their liaison librarian their personal librarian.

The liaison librarian will meet with each faculty member in the assigned programs at least once a year. During this meeting the librarian will share information about new resources in the faculty member's subject area, discuss library support of the faculty member's courses and research interests, provide instruction in the use of specific library resources, and answer any other questions. Faculty members may initiate a meeting with their liaison librarian at any time.

Faculty members can assist the librarian by providing copies of their course syllabi. Faculty members should also feel free to contact their liaison librarian any time a question concerning library services or resources arises.

Liaison Assignments

Sabrina Riley  Jeannette Wetmore

Business & Computer Science

Career Center

Emergency Management & Exercise  Science:

International Rescue & Relief

 

Emergency Management & Exercise  Science:

Health & Human Performance
Nutrition

 

Human Development:

Education
Psychology
Social Work
Sociology

Fine Arts
Art
Graphic Design
Music

Humanities:

Foreign Language
Government Documents
History
International Relations

Humanities:

Communication
English: Composition & Rhetoric
Literature

La Sierra Graduate Education

Science & Math:

Biology
Chemistry
Mathematics
Physics

Nursing

Teaching Learning Center

Physician Assistant

 

Religion: Theology

Seventh-day Adventist Resources