Bibliographies

A Collaboration/Team Building Bibliography

Rader, H.B. Faculty-librarian collaboration in building the curriculum for the millennium – the US experience. 64th IFLA General Conference August 16-21,1998. (March 29,2001).

Raspa, D and D Ward, eds. (2000). The Collaborative imperative: librarians and faculty working together in the information universe. Chicago: ACRL.

Other suggested readings:

Aked, Michael et al (1998). Faculty use of an academic library reference collection. Collection Building 17.2: pp. 56-64.

Avino, Catherine (1994). Librarian-Teacher Partnerships: An Annotated Bibliography. Eric. ED 380 137.

Bodi, S. (1992). Collaborating with faculty in teaching critical thinking: The role of librarians. Research Strategies, 10 (2): 69-76.

Carlson, David; Miller, Ruth H. (1994). Librarians and Teaching Faculty: Partners in Bibliographic Instruction. College & Research Libraries 45: pp. 483-91, November.

Christe, Katherine B; Glover, Andrea ; Westwood, Glenna (2000). Infiltration and entrenchment: Capturing and securing information literacy territory in academe. The Journal of Academic Librarianship: pp. 202-208, May.

Christensen, Peter G (1994). Using English Department library liaisons in a term paper clinic: reviving the scholar/library model. Research Strategies 12: pp. 196-208, Fall.

Chu, F. T. (1995). Collaboration in a loosely coupled system: Librarian Faculty Relations in Collection Development. Library & Information Science Research 17: pp. 135-150, Spring.

Dickstein, Ruth; Mc Bride, Kari B. (1998). Listserv lemmings and fly-brarians on the wall: a library instruction team taming the cyberbeast in the large classroom. College & Research Libraries 59 : pp. 10-17, January.

Douglas, Gretchen V. (1999). Professor Librarian: A Model of the Teaching Librarian of the Future. Computers in Libraries 19 (1 0): pp. 24+.

Elliot, Paula; Spitzer, Alice M. (1999). Lessons of a decade: an instructional experiment matures—curriculum collaboration at Washington State University. Reference Librarian 64: 53-66

Evenbeck, Scott; Williams, Gayle (1998). Learning Communities: An Instructional Team Approach. Metropolitian Universities: An International Forum 9.1: pp. 35-46, Summer.

Farber, Evan. (1999). Faculty-librarian cooperation: A personal retrospective. Reference Services Review, 27(3): 229-234.

Feldman, Devin; Sciammarella, Susan (2000). Both sides of the Looking Glass: Librarian and Teaching Faculty Perceptions of Librarianship at Six Community Colleges. College & Research Libraries 61 (6): pp. 491-498, November.

Frey, Joanne M. (2000). Teaching Teachers to Use the World Wide Web. ERIC, ED 440 637.

Gerstein, Christine W. (1994). Liaison with Teaching Faculty and Collaborative Collection Development: an Annotated Selective Bibliography of Journal Literature. ERIC, ED 373 803.

Grimes, Deborah J. (1993). The Library-Classroom Link: History, Theory and Application. Paper presented at the Cooperative Ventures Conference of the Combined Media Organizations of Georgia (2nd, Jekyll Island, GA., March 9th, 1990). ERIC, ED 364 227.

Haynes, Evelyn B. (1996). Library-faculty partnerships in instruction. Advance in Librarianship, 20: 191-221.

Iannuzzi, Patricia (1998). Faculty development and Information Literacy: Establishing Campus Partnerships. Reference Services Review 26.3/4: pp. 97-102, Fall/Winter.

Isbell, Dennis (1995). Teaching Writing and Research as inseparable: a faculty-librarian teaching team. Reference Services Review 23.4: pp. 51-62.

Judd, Vaughan C.; Tims, Betty J. (1996). Integrating bibliographic instruction into a marketing curriculum: a hand-on workshop approach using interactive team-teaching. Reference Services Review 24.1 :pp. 21-30+.

Jurena, Leigh A. (1997). Two Heads are Better than One: Team Teaching in an Information Age. ERIC, ED 410 978.

Kilman, Leigh A. (1992). Public Justice Information Sources: A Teaching Partnership. Research Strategies 10.3: pp. 129-33, Summer.

Kushkowski, Jeffrey D. (2000). A Method for Determining Faculty Preferences for Monographs. Collection Building 19.1: pp. 17-23.

Kussrow, Paul; Laurence, Helen (1993). Instruction in Developing Grant Proposals: A Librarian-Faculty Partnership. Research Strategies 11.1: pp. 47-51, Winter.

Larson, Christine M. (1998). What I want in a Faculty Member: A Reference Librarians Perspective. Reference & User Services Quarterly 37.3: pp. 260, Spring.

Leckie, G (1996). Desperately seeking citations: Uncovering faculty assumptions about the undergraduate research. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 22 (3) 201, 8p, May.

Leckie, G and Fullerton, A. The Role of Academic Librarians in Fostering a Pedagogy for Information Literacy. (April 4, 2001).

Leckie, Gloria J.; Fullerton, Anne (1999). Information literacy in science and engineering undergraduate education: Faculty attitudes and pedagogical practices. College and Research Libraries, 60 (1): 9-29 January.

Murry, John W. et al (1997). Faculty and Librarian Collaboration: The Road to Information Literacy for Graduate Students. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching 8.2: pp. 107-21.< /p>

Petrowski, Mary J.; Baird, David; Leach, Karen (2000). Building a successful collaboration: Colgate University’s collaboration for enhanced learning. College & Research Libraries News 61.11: pp. 1003-1005, December.

Petrowski, Mary J.; Wilson, Lizabeth A. (1991). Collaborative teaching and Critical Assessment of Resources: A Workshop for Faculty and Librarians. ERIC, ED 339 382.

Rasmus, Francesca L.; Larson, Christine M. (1997). Instructional partnerships: team teaching global politics and the Web. Indiana Libraries 16.1: pp. 43-8.

Ricker, Alison S. (1997). Chemistry Information for the undergraduate in a one-credit course: faculty/ library team teaching. Science & Technology Libraries 16.3-4: pp. 45-67.

Sabol, Laurie; Orians, Colin (1999). Using the Web to Teach Library Research Skills in Introductory Biology: A Collaboration between Librarians and Faculty. Issues in Science & Technology Librarianship 23: Summer.

Simon, Rose A. (1984). The Faculty/Library Partnership. New Directions for Teaching and Learning: Increasing the Teaching Role of Academic Libraries 18: pp. 55-61, June.

Snavely, Loanne & Cooper, Natasha. (1997). Competing agendas in higher education: Finding a place for information literacy. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 37 (1): pp. 53-62, Fall.

Stahl, Aletha D. (1997). What I Want in a Librarian One New Faculty Members Perspective. Reference and User Services Quarterly 37.2 : pp. 135, Winter.

Swaine, Cynthia W. (1999). Paving the Way for Collaboration between Librarians and Faculty. ERIC, ED 437 958.

Thompson, Dot S.; Van Fleet, James A. (1992). Developing a model of library user education for freshman science students. Research Strategies 10: pp. 122-128, Summer.

Walter, Scott (2000). Engelond: a model for faculty-librarian collaboration in the information age. Information Technologies and Libraries 19.1: pp. 34-41, March.

Weiner, Suzanne T. (1996). Librarians as teaching team members in a mechanical engineering senior design course. Science & Technologies Libraries 16.1: pp. 3-10.

Werrell, Emily L.; Wesley, Theasa L. (1990). Promotion Information Literacy through a Faculty Workshop. Research Strategies 8: pp. 172-80, Fall.

Whyte, Susan B. (1995). Spanning the Distance: Using Computer Conferencing as Part of a Team Taught Research/Writing. Reference Librarian 51-52: pp. 267-79.

Winner, Marian C. (1998). Librarians as partners in the classroom: An increasing imperative. Reference Services Review 26.1: 25-29, Spring.

Woodward, Patricia (1996). Librarian and faculty collaboration in Honors 301.88: an interdisciplinary computer applications course at Hunter College. Research Strategies 14: pp. 132-44, Summer.

Yang, Julie; Frank, Don (1999). Working Effectively with Scholars: A key to Academic library success. Georgia Library Quarterly 36.2: 10, Summer.

Yang, ZY (2000). University faculty’s perception of a library liason program: A case study. Journal of Academic Librarianship 26.2: pp. 124-128, March.