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“Annual letter to faculty Web page ‘For Faculty.’”
“Articles in academic department’s newsletter.”
“Attend social functions many of the same also done with/for graduate students and administrative assistants
within departments who in turn may forward the information.”
“Attending university-wide orientations for new students (both graduate and undergraduate orientations)
Giving library tours for faculty candidates and prospective students.”
“Campus e-mail system informal interactions such as attending receptions and having one-on-one meetings
Librarian in the Lobby service (hold office hours in department building lobby).”
“Collaborate with IT departments on various projects and services.”
“Creates subject Web guides camtasia presentations.”
“Informal communications.”
“Library Web site.”
“’My Library’ profiles.”
“One or more of the checked items above are used by our libraries (varies across campus).”
“One-to-one contact, e.g., meeting over a cup of coffee, is one of most effective ways of reaching faculty and
“Social networking sites (MySpace, Facebook).”
“Some liaisons do all of this and some do only several of these activities.”
“Some social interaction at library-sponsored events such as public lectures to which both liaisons and faculty
are invited.”
“Teaching Assistant Orientation sessions.”
“Through workshops.”
“Traditional bulletin boards Webcasts Librarians’ teaching programs in TAG (Centre for Teaching and
Academic Growth) Department social events Special department programs, e.g., participating in Legal
Research &Writing program Senate (Librarians’ rep to Senate) Senate Committees (Senate Curriculum
Committee, Senate Teaching &Learning Committee). Note: Ads are infrequent too costly but were used
to inform campus community about the LibQUAL+® survey.”
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