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Library Resources for Faculty

Learn what the library has to offer for faculty!

What is a Liaison?

A library liaison is a librarian who has been designated the formal contact person between the library and your department.

  • The primary role of a liaison is to facilitate communication between the library and each academic department on campus.
  • Your liaison will work with you to understand the information needs of your department and to share with you the library services and resources designed to meet those needs. 
  • Your library liaison is your primary connection to the library!

How can a Liaison help?

Your Liaison can:

  • Schedule an information literacy instruction session.
  • Create a research guide (just like this one!) for your course or for a specific assignment.
  • Discuss ways to incorporate information literacy into your syllabus and assignments.
  • Alert you to new library content that is relevant to your discipline.
  • Work with you to build the library's collection in your discipline.
  • Assist you with your research.
  • Answer any questions you have about the library.

Who is my Liaison?

Victoria Swanson, MLS 
Library Director 
Liaison for Education, Business & Computer Science, Modern Languages, and Nursing
Kim Lynch, MLIS
Reference Services & Archives Librarian 
Liaison for Art & Art History, History & Political Science, Music, and Theology and Philosophy 
Christina Getaz, MLS
Electronic Resources Librarian
Liaison for Art Therapy, Psychology & Counseling, Communication & Media Studies, Math, and Natural Sciences 
Phoebe Duke-Mosier, MA, MLIS
Instruction and Assessment Librarian
Liaison for English, Sociology & Criminal Justice, and Applied Behavior Analysis