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Faculty Toolkit: Library Liaisons

Library resources and information for MSUB faculty.

Liaison Program

The purpose of the library liaison program is to develop collaborative relationships between librarians and instructors in order to provide appropriate services and resources to meet the information needs of the MSUB population.

In other words? Your library liaison is your person to call in the library to work with on classes, research, or anything else.

Library Liaisons Assignments



Victoria Contreraz

College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences: Communication, History; ASMSUB; eLearning

Linda Garcia

College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences Departments: Art,  Environmental Studies, Math, Music, Political Science, Social Science

TyRee Jenks

College of Health Professions & Sciences; College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences Department: Psychology

Megan Thomas

College of Business; College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences Departments: English, Philosophy, & Modern Languages

Eileen Wright

City College; College of Education: Native American Studies

What Can a Liaison Do For Me?

  • Create a custom research guide for your students on a broad subject area, specific class or assignment
  • Assist in developing research assignments
  • Provide class-specific or assignment-specific library instruction 
  • Notify faculty of new print or electronic resources that are added to collection
  • Help your department identify and select print & electronic resources for the library
  • Provide library orientation for new faculty
Talk to your liaison today!