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This guide includes services, resources, and responsibilities for liaison librarians


Faculty Outreach Program 

Vision, Mission, Goals, & Objectives   


Campus-wide collaborative and dynamic relationships between library personnel and Citadel faculty, where creative approaches are developed to integrate information literacy and library services into the curriculum, and to support student and faculty research interests and endeavors. 

All faculty are advocates for library advancement, to include programming, collection development, research, information leadership, and critical role of information in society.   


The mission of the Daniel Library Faculty Outreach Program is to ensure collaborative communication between library personnel and Citadel faculty. This collaboration will provide a clear understanding of shared educational goals, and those services and resources available through the Daniel Library, Archives, and Museum.


Establish baseline for assessment of faculty taking advantage of resources (ILL, BI classes, Curriculum Builder, liaison-faculty consultations (in LibInsight)).

‚ÄčIncrease number of faculty requesting library instruction.

Facilitate and improve communication and collaboration between librarians, faculty and staff. 


Facilitate and improve communication with academic departments and the individual faculty members in those departments.

Promote the services and resources of the library to academic departments and individual faculty members

Advocate the library, its resources and services across campus through personal contacts

Advocate the curricular and research needs of academic departments and individual faculty members in regard to funding and selection issues

Provide a contact person in the library for academic departments and faculty who is knowledgeable about curriculum, research trends, syllabi information, and future directions in specific disciplines

Provide opportunities for library faculty to become more involved in the campus community and become better acquainted with faculty across campus.

Provide an opportunity to train, orient and mentor new faculty, both in the library and across campus.