"What one person can do: a theory of personal involvement in establishing library-faculty partnerships"
Gilbert, Bruce V.
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SubjectInformation literacy; Faculty-librarian collaborations; Education; Academia; Library; Librarians; Information technology; Computers; Information Age; Technological change
Centers on some of the theoretical and philosophical concerns that are encountered in the process of establishing librarian-teacher-faculty relationships. These thoughts should be of interest to those (particularly librarians) who wish to establish such relationships or those who wish to re-think and revitalize existing relationships.
Bruce Gilbert is Associate Professor of Librarianship and the Director of Library Operations and Technology at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. He has written articles for several periodicals and was a reviewer for "Telecommunications Electronic Reviews". Bruce can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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