Campbell University Libraries Liaison Program

The Campbell University Libraries Liaison Program seeks to build relationships between the libraries and academic disciplines both on and off campus. The program is designed to facilitate communication with academic departments and programs in order to enhance collection development, to encourage collaborative activities concerning information literacy, and to provide supportive services for research and teaching as well as library services overall. Here is a list of just a few ways that a librarian liaison can help you.
  • Serve as an initial contact for library questions or problems
  • Facilitate acquisitions and collection development
  • Share information about library services and resources
  • Schedule a library instruction session for your class
  • Attend departmental meetings to announce changes in library services and resources
  • Review your department's monthly acquisition budget reports and remind you of pertinent deadlines
  • Suggest possible library purchases, whether books, journals, databases, DVDs, or other formats
  • Orient new faculty to library resources and services