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Librarians and their Role as Collaborator with Student Success and Teaching Faculty - Shared screen with speaker view
Alexia Riggs
11:15
Good afternoon all! We will start in 5 minutes!
Cindy Brody
12:56
It looks like we have about four Cindies!
Alexia Riggs
13:25
Oh well I tried
Elizabeth Ponder
14:23
Greetings from East Texas Baptist! :)
Alexia Riggs
16:08
We haven't started yet. We were just covering the survey information.
Alexia Riggs
16:13
No worries.
cindy
16:22
Because we are awesome!
chastity
16:40
Hello from durham, nc
David Serxner
19:52
Remember the librarian, Charlotte Wolfe, in Up the Down Staircase. But, also remember that Marian Paroo, Madame Librarian, in the Music Man, uncovers the fact that Harold Hill is a fraud!
Amelia Midgett-Nicholson
20:07
pollev.com/ariggs444
Ron
20:24
Rupert Giles
Cindy Brody
20:44
Thanks, Amelia!
john black
22:19
Thank you
borrower
22:20
Hello from Greenville, NC!
dlcarter2
22:39
poll link not working for me
Ted
22:47
nfromation lieracy guide
Elizabeth
22:56
https://pollev.com/ariggs444
Ted
23:10
Information literacy guide
Kim Allman
24:29
I am seeing more older students as in second or third career adults returning to college.
Michelle
24:33
My library is a unique situation. We are the local community branch library and serve as the campus library for the branch of the community college. So we have both college students and the community.
john black
25:48
I heAe you Michelle.
Tammy Stewart
25:49
My library is the same, Michelle. We serve the public to fill a gap in the community.
amanda.girelli
26:09
Michelle, I am in the same situation! I primarily work with community patrons, but my supervisor does much more work with the community college
arndtr
26:24
Upper level administration also does not understand what the library can do or offer.
john black
26:41
.Good info.
Michelle
26:56
That's really interesting to hear Tammy and Amanda. It thought we were the only ones like this.
john black
27:37
U said a motuth fiull.
Tammy Stewart
27:47
We spend a lot on NYT Best Sellers for our public readers and we have a small children's area too.
Kim Allman
29:51
This may be getting ahead of the discussion, but I am curious how many libraries are moving to a central desk? As in there is a central location where all aspects of the library, Circulation, Reference and Technical Services can be accesses.
Amee Odom
30:15
WooHoo! Wingate in the house!
john black
30:57
NCCU in the house
Amee Odom
35:19
Geez. I just realized that was out of 185 people. Do I make a scene everywhere I go?!
Sherry Locklear
36:18
lol Amee
Cindy Brody
39:10
Amee, I hope so!
Amee Odom
41:04
This is great info, Alex. Thanks for sharing your research.
Michael
53:11
I think we did this one already ...
Miss_Glenn
53:56
Produce an Infomercial?
Betty Garrison
54:05
get out of the library and speak up
David Young
54:18
Visit Academic Departments to advertise what we do as a Library on campus
Jerry
54:22
promote, promote, promtoe
Valerie J
54:23
Network
Sarah
54:28
informal getting to know you... such as having lunch
Sherry Locklear
54:28
Information sessions on what services librarians offer
Michelle
54:29
Set up office hours in the lobby of the branch campus
Amee Odom
54:31
Giveaways
Comp-06
54:33
Strategic planning with academic affairs
Julie Reed
54:34
Try to get involved in College Senate
Erik Sugg
54:39
Visit department heads, work with your student services leaders, the tutoring centers, etc.
alexi.sprague
54:40
align ourselves with staff/faculty as part of staff/faculty
Ilishe Mikos
54:42
Lead by example. I've created things first, then showed them.
john black
54:45
Be visble
Ron
54:47
word of mouth from faculty we have worked with
Sherry Locklear
54:50
Embedded librarians
Jerry
54:52
Do outreach events
Lisa Coats
55:01
Participate in other faculty’s departmental events, etc.
Christin
55:02
Get those you've collaborated with to advocate for you and encourage others to collaborate with the library.
Sherry Locklear
55:12
advocate
jrstewa1
55:19
Community engagement events within campus
Libby Stone
55:23
Ditto what Christin said!
Bill Kinyon
55:24
Focus on individual faculty or small departments first. The message can get lost at a college/faculty-wide meeting.
Amee Odom
55:43
Assessment collaborations
Lisa Coats
55:44
Attend panels, speakers, book discussions, committees, etc.
Brooke Taxakis
55:46
share goals
Frances Cole
55:55
Get your student workers on board
hsmith
55:55
I got our coaches involved and they encourage our athletes to come to workshops
Michelle
55:56
reciprocal advocating. The partners advocate for the library and the library advocates for them
john black
56:01
promote your library evry cahncee you get.
Ilishe Mikos
56:16
Show and tell at division meetings
Jerry
56:30
new Student Orientation presentations
Amee Odom
56:52
Link Library Mission to Campus Mission
Bill Kinyon
57:03
What Amee said.
Sherry Locklear
57:07
advocate the one shots to research for student success
alexi.sprague
57:08
showcase the pieces of the mission that are already being used by the library
David Young
57:08
When coming up with our own vision statement link it to the campus mission
jrstewa1
57:11
discuss with university relations or development
Visitor
57:22
talk to the students about what they need to "depart to serve"
Julie Reed
57:30
We promote ourselves as essential to student success which is a key part of the campus mission.
tjwells
57:50
We have an obligation to lift up every student, especially the students that struggle.
Tammy Stewart
57:51
Good answer Julie!
hsmith
57:53
I meet with our IR to align our assessment with campus assessment
john black
58:00
Those atthe top ned to support teh libary.
Amee Odom
58:43
Good job, Julie!
Comp-06
58:46
Good answer
Ted
59:03
We are focusing on equity amongst all students
Sherry Locklear
59:11
Focus on access for all patrons for student success
john black
59:28
Usestdent to support the library.
Michelle
59:29
ROI is probably going to become a big one moving ahead as well
arndtr
59:43
Library is the largest academic support unit on campus but it is sometimes not seen as that.
Miss_Glenn
59:44
What is an embedded librarian?
hsmith
59:59
librarianship in an LMS
Miss_Glenn
01:00:44
An Internet-based librarian?
hsmith
01:00:58
mainly - or you could be in the class
Miss_Glenn
01:01:24
Thanks. so what is the main function of an embedded librarian?
hsmith
01:01:55
For us, it is recommending resources to people who are part of the class in which we are embedded.
chastity
01:03:55
Thank you great information
Amelia Midgett-Nicholson
01:04:02
Yes! It will be shared on the website
Sherry Locklear
01:04:13
Thank You! Great talk!
Sarah
01:04:17
I started doing academic outreach to upward bound over the summer and that got a lot of attention from development office and the story made the local news paper
hsmith
01:04:19
I have been marketing our Friday before Finals nights that we do twice a semester. They're basically game nights, but over two years we have raised our research consultations by 41 percent and it is a direct correlation of hosting these events. I did a poster on it at NCLA, I did not market my success to campus.
David Young
01:04:25
Thanks very much! Very informative!
Michelle
01:04:33
Thank you for the great information
Cindy Brody
01:04:36
Thank you for sharing those resources!
Hafsa Murad
01:04:42
it was a good presentation. thank you I enjoyed it.
Brooke Taxakis
01:04:45
our library has collaborated with student success on serval events. most recently we hosted a virtual "knock out your last paper" where librarains and writing center coaches helped students
Peggy Higgins
01:04:46
Thanks so much.
Smote Mote
01:04:56
Thanks so much!
tjwells
01:04:57
Thanks for a wonderful and substantive presentation, Alexia.
Amee Odom
01:04:58
Great info; thanks, Alex!
Siuki Wong
01:05:03
Thank you.
Julie Reed
01:05:04
Thank you!
Hafsa Murad
01:05:09
we do movie night
Kerry
01:05:10
Thank you for sharing this research and the interactive experience
Libby Stone
01:05:15
We have to do more to sell ourselves!
borrower
01:05:16
Thanks to all for sharing your information. As an MLS student, you’ve helped to prepare me all the more for a role as an academic librarian. Thanks again.
Retha Hall
01:05:17
Word of mouth is the best!
Elizabeth
01:05:19
Thanks!
Bill Kinyon
01:05:27
Thank you, Alexia. Great session!
Arianne Hartsell-Gundy
01:05:27
Thanks!
Alexia Riggs
01:05:31
riggs@campbell.edu
Retha Hall
01:05:35
Thanks for sharing!
hsmith
01:05:39
Thanks Alexia!
Vicki Siler
01:05:40
Thank you
jmidgette
01:05:45
Awesome presentation!
Comp-06
01:05:47
Great session
dlcarter2
01:05:48
Excellent! Thank you
pwood@umo.edu
01:05:49
Thanks - good presentation
mrudolph
01:05:50
Thank you!
eblount1
01:05:51
Thank you!
Michael
01:05:52
Thanks for the presentation, good job:)
Brian
01:05:52
Thank you!
Libby Stone
01:05:53
Thank you!!
Sherry Locklear
01:05:55
Thanks, you done great
Nichole Nichols
01:05:56
Thank you!
David Dusto
01:05:57
thanks!
Leslie Shaip
01:05:57
Thank you!
Cindy A.
01:05:58
Awesome!!
Vicki Siler
01:05:58
Well done!
Christin
01:05:59
Thank you!
steeles
01:06:01
Thanks
Tara
01:06:03
Thank you !
Lisa Coats
01:06:04
Thank you Alexia!
Georgia Williams
01:06:04
Thanks
theod
01:06:05
Thank you. Good session
Anna Cromwell
01:06:06
Thank you.
Tammy Stewart
01:06:07
Great session!