Librarians as Faculty Developers: Competencies and Recommendations
Journal of Academic Librarianship
Drawing on our experiences as academic librarians who have moved into faculty developer roles, we share our perspectives on how our library training and experience translates to highly effective collaborations supporting faculty development. We see that existing collaborations between libraries, librarians, and faculty development centers result in meaningful faculty development offerings that reach more faculty than offerings provided by libraries alone. In this article, we discuss potential collaborative roles that academic librarians and faculty development centers can play together, with a goal of higher faculty impact in mind. We take an autoethnographic approach based on our experiences working in both fields.
Faculty development; Faculty roles; Teacher training
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Training and Development
Librarians as Faculty Developers: Competencies and Recommendations.
Journal of Academic Librarianship, 48(1),