“She is the epitome of a cutting-edge professor,” says the first letter nominating Lilia Pavlovsky, professor at the School of Communication and Information (SCI) at Rutgers University, NJ, and the winner of the 2012 LJ Teaching Award, sponsored by ProQuest.
In this panel session, three case studies of embedded librarianship (embedding virtually, embedding within a program, and secondment to the campus teaching and learning services unit) will be presented as alternative models for promoting the role...
"The Embedded Librarian blog is dedicated to exploring the development of embedded library and information services in organizations of all types. It starts from the perception that the trend of moving librarians out of libraries, both physically and organizationally, is growing, can be of great value to the organization, and can be very rewarding to the librarian — if done well."
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