Provides an introduction to frameworks for collaboration between student services offices (e.g., Residence Life) and academic libraries based on emerging thinking about the role of student services programs in academic life. Focuses specifically on the significance for collaborative programming of statements about the role of "student affairs educators" issued by professional associations such as the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) and on models for initiating and sustaining collaborative projects within the academic library context.
Albin, T., Currie, L., Hensley, R. B., Hinchliffe, L. J., Lindsay, E. B., Walter, S., & Watts, M. M. (2005, April). Meeting the student learning imperative: Building powerful partnerships between academic libraries and student services. Panel session presented at the Twelfth meeting of the Association of College & Research Libraries, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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