62 · Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses
MITH (Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities), graduate studies, honors programs, undergraduate college
None of the above
Office for international studies and programs: liaisons in area studies are especially engaged here.
Program for Instructional Excellence (PIE offers training for teaching assistants), Office of Distance Learning, and the
Graduate School
Program for Writing and Rhetoric
Residence Life, Graduate School, various research institutes, interdisciplinary cross-departmental/cross-
campus initiatives
Some liaisons have appointments as fellows of the university’s undergraduate residential colleges. A few liaisons have
adjunct appointments with the academic departments they serve.
Special Collections, Digital Scholarship Center, Writing Center, and the campus museum
Student Success Center (tutors, career center, writing center), Provost’s Office, Office of Sponsored Programs, Census
Data Research Center, Admissions
The Graduate School and student organizations, for example the Graduate and Professional Student Federation have
been partners on specific events.
Undergraduate Research Initiative, Aboriginal Student Services Centre, Grant Assist Program offices, etc.
University Foundation
University Housing, First Year Programs
University Writing Center, Office of Thesis
Writing center
Writing Center, Learning Support Services, Athletics, Graduate School
Writing Center, Tutoring, international student organizations
25. What methods, direct or indirect, do liaisons use to assess the needs of faculty, researchers,
students in their liaison departments? N=65
Communication (conversation, email, etc.) with faculty, researchers, students 65 100%
Documentation from departments, such as strategic plans, promotion and tenure guidelines, and handbooks 49 75%
Surveys to faculty, researchers, students 47 72%
Other method 28 43%
Please briefly describe the other method. N=28
A couple of liaisons have undertaken projects to interview faculty and graduate students in departments.
All forms of personal and formal communication are used.
Bibliometrics analysis (some library faculty do this)
Communication with students (during workshops, reference, consultations)
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