A new report details significant barriers to communication and collaboration between librarians and faculty...and why it matters.


More than 20 percent of surveyed faculty say there is no need for campus librarians and faculty to consult each other on course resources.

This finding is one of many revelatory highlights part of a new survey on campus libraries, revealing that greater collaboration and communication are needed between librarians and faculty in order to maximize their effectiveness and improve learning outcomes for students.

The survey of about 500 librarians and 500 faculty members was conducted by

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