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  1. 1. wFinding Common Ground with Libeuidcs
  2. 2. Where We Started- Judi Voeller,Associate Director of OU Student FinancialServices,approached Pat Hawthorne,OU Libraries Associate Dean,regarding possible collaboration through the creation of a research guide. - We were assigned to work with the Financial Educationstaff to design and build the online guide. - What was the guide used for,exactly?
  3. 3. What We Wanted V"EVERY COLLEGE STUDENT SHOULD KNOW ABOUTMONEY- Goals of the Guide:- Support the curriculum of "9 Things" - Highlight state and local resources- Provide resources available post graduation
  4. 4. Our Pilot Project"By extending the liaison model to include non- academic units the library gains both partners and an increased presence on campus" (Dahl 2007). - Collaboration with a Non-Academic Entity at OU using LibGuides - Underdeveloped practice- Financial Literacy Education - not typically collaborative
  5. 5. 8.I| VeHow We Built- Evaluation Process - Careful- Collaborative- Shareability with non-OU patrons - Resources- Multimedia- Traditional resources- Collection Building- Cost-saving
  6. 6. Design - Balance between standard and inclusive - Student-centric - AdaptableL__) - . . X 0 .. H ' -6 2- I]1Cl,1:| i'l ' |. - l .
  7. 7. Tech Issues We Confronted- Move from Version 1 to Version 2 - Loss of feedback function- important because of Pilot Project- Video:Kaltura vs YouTube
  8. 8. The U - All collaborative partnersended:- OU Libraries - OU Financial Services - OU K-20 Center T'UNIVERSITY- ing - lnvestED ref - Reception n%u, ff: : m7:n: :; A nvest Ed .. FSTARS 61EnIlV: l"iI ROlkE| ashoma Student:Trucking and Rzxcarrhirlg III:Slack Mark! www. investedok. org' NTERThe University of Oklahoma
  9. 9. V vwiHow WeTriumphed- Instructional Sessions - Sampled Student Reception - Statistics of views200Views 2014-09-16: 85 100 0 2014-05-01 2014-09-06 2014-10-122014 OS 19 2014 09 24 2014 10 30
  10. 10. Instructional Sessions - Sampled Student Reception - Statistics of views200Q 100Views 2014-09-16: 85 0 2014-08-01 2014-09-06 2014-10-122014-08-19 2014-09-24 2014-10-30
  11. 11. What We Learned- Collaborative Thinking- Working in harmony- Unifying visions- Establishing relationships - Effective Communication- Leadership Roles
  12. 12. WinWin"The partnership between graduate assistants and the library (and its librarians) is a unique one.It needs to be protected,reinforced,and enhanced.It works best when both parties benefit from the relationship and get what they want,and deserve" (Wu 2003). (K2
  13. 13. What We Can Do For You- Traditional model - Reference Help Desk - Instruction - Tailored model - Special projects - collection development - programming - technical creation (Kane & Meehlause 2014; Womack & RuppSerrano 2000)zluate9-. IRENE
  14. 14. Who We ThankWe would like to acknowledge the following people for their contributions and support throughout this process: - Judi Voeller- Brad Burnett- Kathryn Wiyninger - Pat Hawthorne- Karen Antell
  15. 15. Dahl,Candice.2007. "Library Liaison with Non-Academic Units:A New Application for a Traditional Model. " Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research 2 (1). Kane,Cynthia and Kellie Meehlause.2014. "GTA= GreatTeaching Adventure. " Reference and User Services Quarterly 54 (1):12-16.Womack,Kay and Karen RuppSerrano.2000. "The Librarian's Apprentice:Reference Graduate Assistants. " Reference Services Review 28 (2):119-129.Wu,Qi (Kerry).2003. "Win-Win Strategy for the Employment of Reference Graduate Assistants in Academic Libraries. " Reference Services Review 31 (2):141-153.

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