Contact a Liaison Librarian

Liaison librarians are a familiar, first point-of-contact, when faculty and students have a question or concern about the library. Liaisons work with faculty and students to help develop the information literacy and critical thinking skills students need to successfully navigate the complexities of today’s world of information.

Consult the liaison librarian in your subject area for a wide range of evolving services to support teaching, learning and research activities at UNB, including:

Teaching and Learning
Collection Development
Data
  • Accessing, using and managing data, including creating a research data management plan
  • Facilitating use of data software such as ESRI’s Story Maps and ArcGIS
Scholarly Communications/Copyright/Licensing
Outreach and Engagement
  • Scheduling an orientation session or tour for diverse user populations such as international, or nontraditional students
  • Planning an academic event in library space (i.e. lecture, reception or film screening)

We encourage instructors to incorporate contact information for their liaison librarian and subject and course guides into their course syllabi.


Select a campus to find the Liaison Librarian for your department or program: