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Successful Fragmented Not much communication No cross contamination Not much mentoring
Five designated liaisons ◦ Senior person - 5 years experience ◦ Newest - 4 months experience ◦ Six additional librarians on staff Some with liaison responsibilities My Plan
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This is what we realized ◦ Don’t know what we are working on ◦ Realized that we are all too isolated ◦ Lack of communication and sharing
What we did to make us a team ◦ Established standard training curriculums PubMed, CINAHL, RefWorks, etc Guidelines Specific examples ◦ Handouts ◦ Class curriculums
What we did to make us a team ◦ Hard Open Workshops
What we did to make us a team ◦ Cross contamination Committees outside liaison duties Team teaching Collaboration ◦ Shared Experiences Environmental scan Informal UI Liaison meetings
What we did to make us a team – the little things ◦ Meet monthly Liaisons ◦ Meet individually Designated liaisons meet with me weekly ◦ Communication
What we did to make us a team – the little things ◦ Education calendar – more data
Staff Changes ◦ Gone Two designated liaisons Two librarians ◦ Came One designated liaison Two librarians
Future ◦ Keep improving Consistency of teaching, training curriculums Examples database Standardize handouts Share information, work together, communicate Education calendar
Future Projects ◦ Reorganization of shared files ◦ Consistent naming of shared files SharePoint (library intranet) Shared drive ◦ Cross training ◦ Marketing oversight
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