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A guide to library services that support faculty at Cal Maritime
Liaison librarians can partner with faculty to support student learning by:
Visiting your class to guide students. Faculty librarians provide interactive, hands-on instruction on research strategy, database navigation, website evaluation, source citation, and otherwise finding and using library and open web resources appropriate to your assignment.
Creating online course guides with a customized, discipline-specific set of resources tailored to your assignments.
Reviewing your assignment and suggesting appropriate ways to develop information fluency outcomes, incorporate library research, guide students in the use of library and open web resources, and assess how well our resources will fit your assignment
Have a question or need help with your own research? You can always stop by the library to ask in person, but you can also e-mail us, call us, or request a one-on-one research consultation. Schedule an Appointment
Liaison librarians are responsible for developing and maintaining collections related to their assigned disciplines. If you'd like us to purchase a book, DVD, or other item for the collection, please let us know.
High demand course materials can be placed on Reserve at the library. Please see our Reserve Policy or contact Pamela Baird for more information.
Please send an email to your Liaison Librarian with the following information.
Course name and number
Number of students and class location
Preferred dates & times
Description and timeline for research-related assignment
Topics you would like us to cover
Please include a copy of the assignment prompt you have given your students.
The Cal Maritime library has designated specific librarians as liaisons to each department.
Margot Hanson is the liaison to the School of Letters & Sciences: