37 Association of Research Libraries Research Library Issues 294 2018 and the importance of a service model “tailored” to specific disciplinary needs. There was no overlap in service interests. The challenge will lie in making good on each and every dimension of service we have proposed. Acknowledgements This was the quintessential team effort and we need to thank some colleagues for their leadership and many contributions to the final product: Jennifer Freedman (project leader), Nancy Cunningham (administrative liaison), and Steering Committee members Maryellen Allen, Susie Ariew, Jason Boczar, Bonita Pollack, Drew Smith, and Nora Wood. Many other colleagues supported the effort through contributions great and small. We thank them all. Endnotes 1. After consulting with other institutions identified as USF peer and aspirant, three distinct models of liaison programs emerged: A traditional model, in which a librarian was assigned to liaison work for one or more academic departments a functional model, in which librarians were assigned to specific library service categories but not to specific departments and a subject team model, in which librarians assigned to specific departments were also organized by teams, usually based upon academic disciplines that were similar in their approach to research. 2. Andrew Smith, Kayt Ahnberg, Jennifer Friedman, Barbara Lewis, Bonita Pollock, and Susan Silver, ROLES Models Team Final Report, May 2, 2017, https://drive.google.com/ file/d/15mDKAFbUhtjm2-KG0HjIOSDdnXnvRYxi/view. 3. Jennifer Friedman, Maryellen Allen, Susie Ariew, Jason Boczar, Nancy Cunningham, Bonita Pollock, Andrew Smith, Nora Wood, Re-Imagining Our Library Engagement Services (ROLES): Final Report
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