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Successful Campus Outreach for Academic Libraries


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Preface Introduction - Elia Trucks Part I: Strategic Vision and Planning Chapter 1: Plan, Prioritize, and Partner: A Model to Create Successful Outreach Programs and Events -Rosan Mitola Chapter 2: What Else Do Librarians Know? Reconceptualizing Outreach to Partner with Teaching Faculty and Connect with Students - Rochelle Smith Chapter 3: Teaching to Learn and Learning to Teach: Using Theoretical Models to Plan Outreach to Student Peer-Mentoring Programs - Courtney Lundrigan Part II: From Start to Finish: Developing and Implementing Successful Programs Chapter 4: Building Boot Camp Success: Graduate Dissertation and Thesis Programs at the University of Notre Dame - Mandy L. Havert Chapter 5:Money Smarts: Collaborating for Financial Literacy - Esther Gil Chapter 6: Library Outreach and Campus Communication Using a Digital Signage Platform: The DIVo Project - Toong Tjiek Liauw (Aditya Nugraha) Part III: Community Outreach: The Academic Library in the Community Chapter 7: Academic Libraries and STEM Outreach Programs: Connecting the Library and the Community - Naomi Bishop Chapter 8: Academic Library Exhibits and Programs: Outreach through Campus and Community Partnerships - Manju Prasad-Rao Chapter 9: Regis University and Arrupe Jesuit High School: Information Literacy Outreach to Help Students Succeed in High School and College - Paul Mascarenas and Janet Lee Part IV: Broadening Library Outreach Audiences Chapter 10: "Books are not Enough:" Engaging with Polytechnic Students - Sabrina Wong Chapter 11: Student Library Advisory Boards: Engaging Students in the Library Experience and Communicating the Library's Value - Rebecca Barham, Seti Keshmiripour, Lilly Ramin, and Mary Ann Venner Chapter 12: Supporting Graduate Education: Leveraging Library Workshops and Campus Partnerships - Deborah Lee

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Peggy Keeran (MLIS, MA), is a Professor and the Arts and Humanities Librarian at the University of Denver Libraries, and coordinator of the faculty advisory group to the library. She is the co-editor of the Rowman & Littlefield series Literary Research: Strategies and Sources, and has co-authored three of the volumes in the series. She has also co-edited both editions of Research within the Disciplines: Foundations for Reference and Library Instruction and co-authored "Expanding Support for Graduate Students: Library Workshops on Research Funding Opportunities." Most recently her research interests include collaborations on instruction between Reference and Special Collections, and with her colleagues she co-authored "'If You Want the History of a White Man, You Go to the Library:' Critiquing Our Legacy, Addressing Our Library Collections Gaps." Carrie Forbes (MLS, MA), Associate Professor and Associate Dean, oversees the University of Denver Libraries' public services including research support, instruction, outreach/programming, and borrowing and lending services. She co-edited, along with Jennifer Bowers, Rethinking Reference for Academic Libraries: Innovative Developments and Future published by Roman & Littlefield in 2014. Other recent publications include a co-authored chapter in Academic Librarianship Today on reference and instruction models and a co-written article in College & Research Libraries on "Expanding Support for Graduate Students: Library Workshops on Research Funding Opportunities." Her other research interests include critical information literacy, library assessment, and co-teaching partnerships between librarians and faculty.


Outreach is essential for library engagement in academia and the community. Encompassing many facets of marketing and outreach, this book provides models for building strategies and measuring success. The creative approaches will inspire readers to develop innovative, effective outreach that draws attention to their own libraries' assets and services. -- Katy Kelly, coordinator of marketing and engagement, University of Dayton Libraries

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