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Phillips Library and the Curriculum Change Form

You are required to consult with a librarian in Phillips Library when you complete a curriculum change form for faculty senate. Your library liaison will determine the financial impact of new courses or programs for you by asking the following questions:

  • which books, journals or media resources are necessary to support the proposed curriculum?
  • are there specific journal titles that students will be required to access?
  • will the purchase of new databases be required to obtain access to these resources?
  • what do we currently have in our collection that will support this curriculum?

Please allow at least a week for the librarian to complete this work.

Contact Your Librarian

Library Liaisons by Colleges and Schools

  • College of Arts and Sciences:
    • Arts - Allyson Palagi
    • Sciences - Joyce Pallinger
  • School of Nursing and Allied Health: Joyce Pallinger
  • Dunham School of Business and Public Policy: Kathy Clark
  • School of Social Work: Allyson Palagi
  • School of Education and Human Performance:
    • Education - Allyson Palagi
    • Human Performance - Joyce Pallinger

What can Phillips Library liaisons do?

  • Provide high quality information literacy instruction (how to locate, access and use information) to students via a classroom session
  • Provide one-on-one research help or database searching strategies to students by appointment
  • Create assignment specific guides for research assignments that can be embedded directly into Moodle
  • Take requests for additions to Phillips Library collections
  • Provide feedback on curriculum change forms required by faculty senate
  • Compile lists of resources Phillips Library already owns that are useful for courses
  • Provide research assistance for faculty research projects or articles