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Acrl2011 poster Schuck Pope Creating a Bridge across the Higher Education Divide: Partnering to provide Library Services to Community College Students

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  • Results of the partnership after 8 months since official launch. Both institutions see this as a successful venture into new territory; a shared system of student and faculty support with positive outcomes and challenges for both libraries.
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    • 1. Creating a Bridge across the Higher Education Divide: Partnering to provide Library Services to Community College Students Beth Schuck, beth.schuck@nau.edu, Associate University Librarian, Northern Arizona University Este Pope, estelle.pope@coconino.edu, Library Resources Coordinator, Coconino Community College Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge image modified from photo by Keithius, http://www.flickr.com/photos/keithius/5002355663/ Northern Arizona University Coconino Community College •Serve 2K full-time, 10K total including distance students •Enhance online library services (easier access, better content) •Promote financial sustainability •Meet curriculum and program needs •Faculty supported, with librarian now reporting through Academic Affairs FLAGST AFF 2 mile s •Serve 18K undergraduate students •Support distance students across AZ •Offer library services for CCC at a cost •Assist in library management including technology, licensing, statistics •Provide physical library resources •Aid CCC students in transition to NAU, including CCC2NAU degree program. Partnership timeline 2000-2009 Fall 2009 Spring 2010 July 2010 Fall 2010 – Spring 2011 CCC students/faculty staff can use Cline library as community members, but no extensive partnership between institutions exists. CCC/NAU partnership planning begins. Librarians at NAU work extensively on licensing, cost analysis, logistics. Implementation team (CCC Academic Affairs, IT, NAU library staff, IT) meets regularly on technology integration, budget, and staffing. Partnership goes live with new CCC online library, new CCC librarian, and services through NAU’s Cline Library. Regular meetings of CCC/NAU library group, along with assessment, marketing and ongoing refinement and review define the first year.