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Frequently Asked Questions About Library Liaisons

You'll find the answers to these frequently asked questions on this page:

 

 Who is my library liaison?
Click here for a list of the librarians assigned to the different university departments and programs.

 What kinds of things does a liaison do?
Here
is a list of just a few ways that librarians collaborate with faculty.

 How do I order a book/journal/DVD/CD for the library?
You can contact your liaison directly by email.  You can send a list or a catalog directly to your liaison through campus mail (CB 2550).  Or you can use our online suggestion form.

 How do I recommend purchasing a database for the library?
Contact your liaison by email; we’ll be glad to check possibilities for you.

 How much money does my department have to spend?
Your department chair or primary contact person receives monthly updates on available funds.  Contact your liaison if that information isn’t readily available to you.

 How do I arrange for my class to have an instruction session about how to use the library?
Follow this link to details about our library instruction program.

 Can I access the library databases from home?
The WebVPN service allows you to access all of our databases from any computer, anytime, anywhere. 

 Can I use other college libraries?
As a member of the Triad Academic Library Association (TALA), Elon students and faculty in good standing are able to borrow from other participating libraries. Follow this link for details.

 

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