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Teaming Up: Benefits of Collaborating with Library Colleagues
Western Libraries Presentations
  • Kim Cornell, The University of Western Ontario
  • Lise Doucette, The University of Western Ontario
  • Dan Sich, The University of Western Ontario
Document Type
Presentation
Publication Date
2-26-2010
Abstract
When looking to increase communication and collaboration in our library, we created a team of physical sciences/engineering librarians, library assistants, and administrators. Together, we work on setting priorities, sharing expertise, and developing skills. In three years, we have moved from traditional subject-based instruction responsibilities to working as a team to prepare and co-instruct classes. By sharing with you the benefits of our team-based system to our librarians, library system, and users, we want to inspire you to think about how to implement a similar system in your own library.
Notes
Presented at the Ontario Library Association Super Conference, February 26, 2010, in Toronto, Ontario.
Citation Information
Kim Cornell, Lise Doucette and Dan Sich. "Teaming Up: Benefits of Collaborating with Library Colleagues" (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/dan_sich/3/