Collaboration between librarians and archivists is a valuable way to share expertise and effort when instructing first-year English students on research skills they will need to succeed in college. It is also vital to orienting new faculty to library and archive resources for their scholarship and teaching, as well as encouraging students to value the library and archives resources and knowledge. The unique first-year English program at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) provides a constantly renewing pool of both new students and faculty members. This article identifies common themes in library and archive instruction and key elements of engaging first-year faculty and their students in becoming long-term patrons, in the midst of Georgia Tech’s Library Next initiative, a re-imagining of the twenty-first century library and a major renovation of physical spaces.
Viars, Karen E. and Pellerin, Amanda G.
"Collaboration in the Midst of Change: Growing Librarian-Archivist Partnerships for Engaging New Students and Faculty,"
Collaborative Librarianship: Vol. 9
, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.du.edu/collaborativelibrarianship/vol9/iss4/6