Team-based Subject Liaisons: A Model for Successful and Sustainable Engagement [video replay]
This is a recording of the February 25, 2022 presentation: Team Based Subject Liaisons: A Model for Research Engagement. During the presentation, Honora Eskridge and Alex Carroll discussed a team-based liaison model that can be used to achieve more consistent, sustainable outcomes. The webinar covered:
- How a team-based model benefits liaison librarians and the managers who oversee them;
- How to transition to a team-based model – first steps in the first 3 years;
- The roles and opportunities for team members; and
- A framework for team-based outreach and engagement
Honora Nerz Eskridge is the Director of the Stevenson Science and Engineering Library at Vanderbilt University, where she leads library services to the science and engineering disciplines.
Alex Carroll, MSLS, AHIP, is the Librarian for STEM Research at the Vanderbilt University Libraries, where he supports the research of faculty and develops curriculum-integrated information literacy instruction programs for students in the sciences.
The presentation was moderated by Laura Gariepy and Amber Wessies of the ULS Professional Development Committee. For a list of future and past programs, visit the Committee’s Programs Page.