Academic Department Liaisons Program

Materials selection at CCL is handled in cooperation with each academic department in the University. The table below gives the names of people in the Library who act as liaisons and the corresponding faculty contacts. If you think that a particular item should be acquired for your academic department, notify the appropriate faculty contact.

 
Faculty Contacts and Librarian Liaisons
Department Faculty Contact Library Liaison
Accounting, Economics & Finance Chien-Chih Peng David Gregory
Agricultural Sciences Brent Rogers  Mykie Howard
Art & Design Joy Gritton Sarah Mollette
Biology & Chemistry Sean O'Keefe Mykie Howard
Communication, Media, & Languages Deborah Plum Pamela Colyer
Computer Science & Information Systems Randy McCoy Ray Bailey
Earth & Space Sciences Jen O'Keefe Jason Griffith
Education - Early, Elementary, & Special Mattie Decker Jennifer Little
Education - Foundational & Graduate Studies Timothy Simpson Jennifer Little
Education - Middle Grades & Secondary Jody Fernandez Jennifer Little
Engineering & Technology Management Jorge Ortega-Moody Ray Bailey
English Katy Carlson Sarah Mollette
History, Philosophy, International & Legal Studies Diana Murphy Dieter Ullrich
Kinesiology, Health & Imaging Sciences Wretha Goodpastor Rodney Watkins
Management & Marketing Dan Nehring David Gregory
Mathematics & Physics Mike Dobranski Jason Griffith
Military Science Robert Hilton Mykie Howard
Music, Theatre, & Dance Curt Hammond David Gregory
Nursing Michelle McClave Rodney Watkins
Psychology Gregory Corso Pamela Colyer
Sociology, Social Work, & Criminology Latonya Hesterberg Tom Kmetz
 

Additional Resources

Talk to your library liaison about the possibility of creating specifically tailored pages for your courses or research needs.

 

Ordering Material FAQ

Who selects materials for the Camden-Carroll Library?

Both faculty members and librarians are involved in selecting library materials.

 

How may faculty request that Library material be purchased?

You may send marked publisher's catalogs or flyers to your department chair (or a designated library contact within the department). Print-outs from Books in Print, Amazon wish lists, or e-mail are also good ways to request materials. Just make sure the orders go through your department chair or contact.

 

What types of materials may be requested?

The Library encourages the selection of all types of library materials, including books, non-print materials, and journal subscriptions.

 

When should requests be submitted?

Requests can be submitted at any time, but faculty should allow ample time for receipt if specific assignments are planned. Follow this guideline for order:

  • Needed for Fall semester - Request before March 15.
  • Needed for Spring semester - Request before October 1.
 

Can orders be rushed?

Orders can sometimes be rushed to meet emergency needs. Faculty should discuss rush requests with the Chair or Contact.
 

How are faculty notified when materials are ready for use?

Order requests may be returned to the Chair or Contact for distribution when processing is complete. The requester may also be notified via a weekly list of new materials if such a list was requested by the Department.

 

For more information, call your Department Chair or Contact, or your Library Liaison, as indicated above. Also, review the Library Collection Development Policy for more details.

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