Embedded librarianship Trends and Transformations

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Embedded librarianship Trends and Transformations

  1. 1. Courtney Mlinar HSLANJ 2014
  2. 2. Samuel Swett Green: Librarians should -  Help the reader  Mingle with the reader
  3. 3. Bell, Steven J., & Shank, John. (2004). The blended librarian: A blueprint for redefining the teaching and learning role of academic librarians. College & Research Libraries News, 65(7), 372-375.
  4. 4.  Campus innovators and change agents  Developers of campus-wide information literacy initiatives  Designing instructional and educational programs  Collaborating and engaging in dialogue with  Implementing adaptive, creative, proactive, and innovative change in library instruction.  Transforming our relationship with faculty
  5. 5. Barbara Dewey (2004): - Integral part of the whole - Experiencing, observing daily life of another group - Value-added services
  6. 6.  Researcher  Content manager  Teacher  Patient advocate
  7. 7. How do they access you?
  8. 8. - So why are we staying in the library?
  9. 9. - No public access to books - Librarian brought information to user - Now open stacks - Everyone can access the books
  10. 10. Librarian-centric:  Skills  Knowledge  Ability to connect and collaborate
  11. 11. Librarians Not Libraries
  12. 12.  Get out of the library  Find new ways to relate to your users  Build relationships  Collaborate  Learn about parent organization
  13. 13.  Assess your library and organizational readiness  Get included in teams  Take ownership  Be the knowledge expert  Lead drive for cost effectiveness  Watch workload, staff cohesion, funding
  14. 14.  Information literacy more meaningful when in-context learning takes place  Evidence-based surgery meetings  PICO plus search strategies to resolve problem  Team teaching relationships built with teacher-librarian and teacher-clinician
  15. 15.  Team teaching  Interdisciplinary collaborations  Shared vision  Sequential learning  Teachers model collaborative relationships  Shared learning process  Social learning from different perspectives
  16. 16. Where is it strategically important to embed the librarian?  Education  Research  Patient care Build a presence physically, virtually, culturally
  17. 17. Benefits of clinical librarianship: 1. Save the time of the clinician 2. Decrease costs 3. Support decision making 4. Improve patient care 5. Librarian is detached from emotional part of patient care
  18. 18. Bringing librarians into the conversation…
  19. 19.  Research informationist NLM funding requests for existing NIH-funded teams in 2011  7 awarded for: Open access compliance Research data management Aggregate metadata Metadata standards Data preservation best practices Literature research
  20. 20. Value-added services… Library and Health Records Contextual information Integrating point-of-care resources
  21. 21. Educational initiatives:  Digital literacy  Library as a learning center… …Librarian as a learning facilitator
  22. 22. Medicine is mobile- Librarian support for mobile users Newsletter of apps
  23. 23. Collaborations: Health literacy and writing a consent form
  24. 24.  Reference Librarian  Informationist  Information Specialist  Educational Technologist
  25. 25. How do you identify yourself?
  26. 26.  Leadership in organizational innovations  Change agents  Information (literacy) initiatives  Instructional design  Partnerships with IT/Faculty/Community leaders  Transforming roles and relationships  Adapting library resources and access to meet needs
  27. 27. Change Literacy “…the ability to anticipate, create, adapt, and deal with change (in the broadest since) as a vital fluency for people today…” (Chronicle of HE, March 2014)
  28. 28.  Information  Digital  Visual  Health  Financial Future Shock (Toffler): “the illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.”
  29. 29.  Preserve knowledge  Keepers of information
  30. 30. Collaborators in knowledge production:  Organization  Classification  Access  Intellectual freedom  Privacy
  31. 31. Facilitators of change  Learning spaces  Maker spaces  Collection migration  Open access  E-books  Licensing  Liaisons
  32. 32.  Collaborate with groups  Meet regularly with users to discuss information needs and results  Provide training outside of the library  Meet with major stakeholders to discuss information needs and services  Attend meetings, class, or conference outside the library  Communicate regularly using group’s method of contact
  33. 33.  Leadership  Communication  Empowerment
  34. 34. Reference transactions To Integrative relationships
  35. 35.  Access http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/clinical  Literacy http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/clinical  Learning http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/eli7081.pdf  Critical assessment of information http://backpack.openbadges.org/backpack/login  Threshold concepts http://www.comminfolit.org/index.php?journal=cil&page=art icle&op=viewFile&path[]=v7i2p108&path[]=168  Systematic reviews for fundraising or benchmarks http://guides.library.tamu.edu/systematicreviews
  36. 36. Dewey, Barbara I. (2004). The Embedded Librarian: Strategic Campus Collaborations. Resource Sharing & Information Networks, 17 (1/2), 5-17. doi: 10.1300/J121v17n0102
  37. 37. Journalists in Iraq war comparison  Direct interaction within partnerships  Librarian observes, shares experiences with external group  Comprehensive collaboration
  38. 38.  Be open to taking risks  Team partner, not please  Get management support  Build alliances  Explore your organization
  39. 39. Shared vision with the group you want to embed-  What are they trying to accomplish?  Think Librarian, not Library  Think outside the box
  40. 40.  Librarian as key to success  Fruitful partnerships built on understanding of needs  Library as new Salon
  41. 41.  Center of influence  Mixing the disciplines  Bringing people together (synergy)  Culture of connections
  42. 42.  Librarians appointed to key committees  Access to programming and planning meetings outside the library  Library integrated into all components of an organization  Librarians must be leaders AND bring people together
  43. 43.  Partners with administrators  Subject specialists or liaisons  Research support  Grant or fundraising expertise  Technology support  Involved with content in curriculum  Homework help  Resident support
  44. 44. Bowler, Meagan, & Street, Kori. (2008). Investigating the efficacy of embedment: experiments in information literacy integration. Reference Services Review 36, 438-449.
  45. 45.  Bridging the gap between different groups  Overcoming internal confidence problems  Learning that you can make a difference  Becoming familiar with the culture outside the library  Feeling you don’t know how to help them
  46. 46.  Blake, Lindsay, and Darra Ballance. 2013. "Teaching Evidence- Based Practice in the Hospital and the Library: Two Different Groups, One Course." Medical Reference Services Quarterly no. 32 (1):100-110. doi: 10.1080/02763869.2013.749143.  Boruff, Jill T., and Dale Storie. 2014. "Mobile devices in medicine: a survey of how medical students, residents, and faculty use smartphones and other mobile devices to find information." Journal of the Medical Library Association no. 102 (1):22-30. doi: 10.3163/1536-5050.102.1.006.  Bowler, Meagan, and Kori Street. 2008. Investigating the efficacy of embedment: experiments in information literacy integration. Reference & User Services Quarterly 36 (4): 438-449.  Brandes, Susan, Karen Wells, and Margaret Bandy. 2013. "Invite Yourself to the Table: Librarian Contributions to the Electronic Medical Record." Medical Reference Services Quarterly no. 32 (3):358-364. doi: 10.1080/02763869.2013.807087.
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  51. 51.  Tan, M. C., and L. A. Maggio. 2013. "Expert searcher, teacher, content manager, and patient advocate: an exploratory study of clinical librarian roles." J Med Libr Assoc no. 101 (1):63-72. doi: 10.3163/1536- 5050.101.1.010.  Tarver, Talicia, Dixie A. Jones, Mararia Adams, and Alejandro Garcia. 2013. "The Librarian's Role in Linking Patients to Their Personal Health Data and Contextual Information." Medical Reference Services Quarterly no. 32 (4):459-467. doi: 10.1080/02763869.2013.837730.  Wu, Lin, and Misa Mi. 2013. "Sustaining Librarian Vitality: Embedded Librarianship Model for Health Sciences Libraries." Medical Reference Services Quarterly no. 32 (3):257-265. doi: 10.1080/02763869.2013.806860.  Zabel, Diane, John D. Shank, and Steven Bell. 2011. "Blended Librarianship: [Re]Envisioning the Role of Librarian as Educator in the Digital Information Age." Reference & User Services Quarterly no. 51 (2):105-110.
  52. 52.  Have you ever helped a group outside the library in a group setting with your library skills?  What are your strengths?  What are you afraid of?

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