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CLA Poster Presentation, 2010 Conference in Edmonton, Alberta


 Watch for our article, Academic Embedded Librarianship: An Introduction in the special embedded librarianship issue of Public Services Quarterly, volume 6, number 2/3

Information Outlook has an excellent special issue on Embedded Librarianship published in Jan/Feb of 2010 (volume 14, number 1)

Recommended Reading

Bartnik, L. (2007). The embedded academic librarian: The subject specialist moves into the discipline college. Kentucky Libraries,

   71(3), 4-9.

Dewey, B. I. (2005). The embedded librarian: Strategic campus collaborations. Resource Sharing & Information Networks, 17(1),


Drewes, K. & Hoffman, N. (2010). Academic embedded librarianship: An introduction. Public Services Quarterly, 6(2/3),


Hardy, G., & Corrall, S. (2007). Revisiting the subject librarian: A study of English, law and chemistry.  Journal of Librarianship

   and Information Science, 38(2), 79-91.

Herring, S.D., Burkhardt, R.R., & Wolfe, J. L. Reaching remote students: Athens State University's electronically embedded librarian

   program.  College & Research Libraries News, 70(11), 630-633.

Kesselman, M. A., & Watstein, S. B. (2009). Creating opportunities: Embedded librarians. Journal of Library Administration, 49

   (4), 383-400.

Livingston, J. (2003).  The Benefits of Library Liaison Programs for Small Libraries:  An Overview.  Medical Reference Services

   Quarterly, 22(1), 21-30. 

Ramsay, K. M., & Kinnie, J. (2006). The embedded librarian. Library Journal, 131(6), 34-35.

Schilt, M. A. (2007). Faculty services in the 21st century: Evolution and innovation. Legal Reference Services Quarterly, 26(1),


Shumaker, D. (2009). Who let the librarians out? Embedded librarianship and the library manager. Reference & User Services

   Quarterly, 48(3), 239-257.

Shumaker, D., & Talley, M. (2009). Models of embedded librarianship: Final report. Chicago: Special Libraries Association.

   Retrieved from

Slinger, M. J. (1991). Opening a window of opportunity: The library staff as a meaningful and integrated part of the law school

   community. Law Library Journal, 83, 685-704.