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  • If Reporters Can Do It, You Can Too!
    A Small Academic Library’s Experience With Embedding
  • Sarah L. Hood
    Edens
    J.Drake
    Library
    shood@columbiasc.edu
  • 8 Full-Time Staff
    • 6 with MLS/MLIS
    • 3 of us are ref librarians, but we split and share various other duties between us, such as Electronic Svcs, Instruction, Periodicals, web site
    • 1 Para-Professional
    • 1 Administrative Assistant
  • LIBRARY
    8 Full-Time Staff
    IT: 9 Full-Time Staff
    • 1 Director
    • 2 Instructional Technology Consultants
    • 1 Help Desk Manager
    • 2 Database Administrators
    • 3 Techs
  • What is
    EMBEDDING?
  • What is
    EMBEDDING?
    2 Types:
  • What is ……EMBEDDING?
    • Physical
  • What is ……EMBEDDING?
    • Physical
    • Electronic
  • OUTREACH
    BEwherethestudentsare!
  • GOOD WORKING RELATIONSHIPS
    L i b r a r i a n s
    F a c u l t y
    I T
  • ”We all have titles but really we all
    work together
    and
    sharetheresponsibilities
    to provide the
    best support
    - Dave Medeiros Director of IT
    Columbia College
    we can.”
  • Never done it before
  • I’ve got 18 papers to grade and a Committee meeting to prepare for. Um, I think my support for this is starting to waver.
    Faculty Member
  • Jenzabar
    Blackboard
  • Different
    LEVELS
  • BASIC
    Provides linksto library resources
  • BASIC
    • Library website
  • BASIC
    • Library website
    • Online Chat
  • BASIC
    • Library website
    • Online Chat
    • General Instructional resources
  • BASIC
    • Library website
    • Online Chat
    • General Instructional resources
    • Custom-designed handouts
  • MID-LEVEL:
    BASICplus
  • MID-LEVEL: Basic +
    • Persistent links to some course readings
  • MID-LEVEL: Basic +
    • Persistent links to some course readings
    • Helpful / new books
  • MID-LEVEL: Basic +
    • Persistent links to some course readings
    • Helpful / new books
    • Best databases / database trials
  • MID-LEVEL: Basic +
    • Persistent links to some course readings
    • Helpful / new books
    • Best databases / database trials
    • Tips from librarians, faculty, students
  • MID-LEVEL: Basic +
    • Persistent links to some course readings
    • Helpful / new books
    • Best databases / database trials
    • Tips from librarians, faculty, students
    • Course-specific instructional resources
  • FULL SERVICE:
    MID-LEVELplus
  • FULL SERVICE: Mid-Level +
    • Librarian can:
    • Participate in online course discussions
  • FULL SERVICE: Mid-Level +
    • Librarian can:
    • Participate in online course discussions
    • See/commenton studentbibliographies
  • FULL SERVICE: Mid-Level +
    • Librarian can:
    • Participate in online course discussions
    • See/commenton studentbibliographies
    • PossibleassessmentofIL skills
  • FULL SERVICE: Mid-Level +
    • Librarian can:
    • Participate in online course discussions
    • See/commenton studentbibliographies
    • PossibleassessmentofIL skills
    • Other Privileges as faculty member allows
  • ResearchCoach
    Show ‘em what it looks like!
    Librarian
    COMM
    240
  • "I found out the hard way that project members did not know…what proper research consisted of. To have this resource at the beginning of class would have been a huge help. If the students realized what a gold mine of resourcesthe library and coaches provide they may produce a higher standard of work.“
    - Student
  • “I enjoyed the processand look forward to spending more time in the library.“
    - Student
  • “I am thrilled with the individualized assistance you have given the students.”
    - Dr. Christine Hait Faculty Member HON 490
  • “You were a huge help. They [the students] were truly grateful.”
    - Dr. Helen Tate Faculty Member COMM 240
  • I’ve got 18 papers to grade and a Committee meeting to prepare for. Um, I think my support for this is starting to waver.
    Faculty Member
  • Coach
    SOLVED!
  • ©
  • Does embeddingREPLACEthe IL Session?
  • OUT OF THE OFFICE
  • ?
  • References
    American Library Association. (2011). TEACH Act Best Practices using Blackboard™. In Distance Education and the TEACH Act. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/Template.cfm?Section=distanceed&Template=/ContentManag ement/ContentDisplay.cfm&ContentID=34705Chesnut, M., Henderson, S. M., Schlipp, J., & Zai III, R. (2009). Value-added library resources & services through Blackboard. Kentucky Libraries, 73(1), 6-12. Columbia College. Press Room: Stock Photos. (n.d.) Retrieved from http://www.columbiacollegesc.edu/news/stock/index.asp Copyright Clearance Center. Using Electronic Reserves: Guidelines and Best Practices for Copyright Compliance. Retrieved from http://www.copyright.com/media/pdfs/Using-Electronic-Reserves.pdfCreative Commons. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://creativecommons.orgGeorge, J., & Martin, K. (2004). Forging the library courseware link. College & Research Libraries News, 65(10), 594-613. Gibbons, S. (2005). Strategies for the Library: CMS Integration Barriers. Library Technology Reports, 41(3), 24-32. Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.comHerring, S. D., Burkhardt, R. R., & Wolfe, J. L. (2009). Reaching remote students. College & Research Libraries News, 70(11), 630-633. Love, M., & Norwood, S. (2007). Finding Our Way as "Embedded Librarians". College & Undergraduate Libraries, 14(4), 87-93. doi:10.1080/10691310802128369Ramsay, K. M., & Kinnie, J. (2006). THE EMBEDDED LIBRARIAN. Library Journal, 131(6), 34-35. Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.comYork, A. (2006). The embedded librarian service at MTSU [Supplemental material]. Tennessee Libraries. Retrieved from http://www.tnla.org