Can Professors and Librarians Work Together to Improve Information Literacy?

A commentary by Colette Meehan, Executive Editor, Library Management Today

Excerpt: “Improving the overall learning process, and the perceived value of university libraries, exists as a challenge for both the librarian and the educator. Librarians who develop relationships with university faculty support and pursue the mission of the institution. Therefore, the librarian and subsequently, the library gain notoriety. Educators acquire new tools for teaching, and the university thrives with professionals committed to preparing students fully, and dedicated to advancing the mission of the university.”


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