Mapping Information in the Wild: An Archivist's Approach to Liaison Librarianship
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Publisher:Taylor & Francis
Citation:Carly C. Dearborn (2022): Mapping Information in the Wild: An Archivist's Approach to Liaison Librarianship, The Reference Librarian, DOI: 10.1080/02763877.2022.2111742
How do archivists who find themselves in dual librarian/archivist positions approach library instruction and reference services? This case study examines the instructional experiences of an archivist serving in an interim role as a liaison librarian to a public affairs college at a large, public university in the United States. Utilizing action research methodology to study and inform their instruction approach and philosophy, the archivist created an instructional model which incorporates archival principles and concepts into a landscape mapping exercise. Archivists can make material contributions to library instruction through their unique knowledge, skills, and perspectives.
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