Anything worthwhile requires time and effort. Such is the case in building effective working relationships between librarians and teaching faculty. This article discusses collaborating and partnering with teaching faculty through library liaison relationships and shares experiences of the authors partnering with faculty at their institutions. This article is an outgrowth of a panel presentation at the 2007 ACL Conference by liaison librarians representing libraries in the Southeast, the Midwest, and the Pacific Northwest. While partnering with faculty is both challenging and time consuming, it can be one of the most gratifying and productive activities in which librarians can be engaged.
Lambert, Linda; Echevarria Robinson, Tami; and Triplett, Bob
"Partnering with Faculty through Liaison Activities,"
The Christian Librarian: Vol. 51
, Article 3.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/tcl/vol51/iss2/3