If You Fund it, They Will Come: Leveraging Grants to Gain Faculty Collaboration

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Michelle Hammond (speaker), Laura Francabandera (speaker)

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  • What does grant funding look like on your campus?
  • implausible
  • Based on the Studying Students Ethnographic study at the University of Rochester --- Nancy Foster & Susan Gibbons Published by ACRL
  • Based on the Studying Students Ethnographic study at the University of Rochester --- Nancy Foster & Susan Gibbons Published by ACRL
  • If You Fund it, They Will Come: Leveraging Grants to Gain Faculty Collaboration

    1. 1. GRANT FUNDING ON CAMPUS? 1. Competitive 2. Territorial 3. Limited projects funded ( 6 SAFRA projects ) 4. Limited to ‘no’ sharing of project funds 5. Limited to ‘no’ sharing of ‘intellectual ideas’
    2. 2. LIBRARIAN-FACULTY COLLABORATION “…the goal of improved librarian-faculty relations is a chimera.” pg. 295 “…the differences between the roles of librarians and classroom faculty create an inherent set of structural and psychological tensions that can never be entirely eliminated.” “…there is nothing to be gained and much to be lost if librarians ( or classroom faculty ) adopt the defeatist attitude that each is the other’s eternal adversary.” WADE R. KOTTER - 1999 BRIDGING THE GREAT DIVIDE: IMPROVING RELATIONS BETWEEN LIBRARIANS AND CLASSROOM FACULTY

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