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Finding Videos

How to search for streaming videos for inclusion in a Canvas course.

Request Library Instruction

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Library Liaison Program

Liaisons are your first stop in connecting you to library services and collections. The Liaison Program is a partnership between faculty and librarians with an aim to improve learning and teaching, especially in the area of information literacy. In this partnership the librarian's expertise in library resources and information literacy concepts complements the subject and teaching knowledge of the faculty.

Who is my Liaison Librarian?

Green Bay Campus

Anna Merry
Cofrin School of Business (all), Communication, Democracy & Justices Studies, Geography, Global Studies, Political Science, Public & Environmental Affairs, Sociology & Anthropology

Sarah Bakken
Humanities, English, Writing Foundations, First Nations Education, First Nations Studies, Languages, Philosophy, Women’s and Gender Studies, History, Organizational Leadership

Jodi Pierre
Nursing, Education, Health Management, Social Work, Psychology, Environmental Science, Engineering Technology, Chemistry, Biology, Human Biology, Physics, Mathematics, Geoscience, Computer Science

Renee Ettinger
Art and Design, Music, Theatre and Dance, Arts Management

Sheboygan & Manitowoc Campus

Jeff Ellair

Marinette Campus

Carli Reinecke

Contact Renee Ettinger if your program is not represented or is represented incorrectly.

What can a Liaison Librarian do for you?

  • Work with you to tailor a library instruction session to meet the information literacy needs of your class.
  • Collaborate with you to build online research guides for specific courses.
  • Support your distance education courses by customizing library services for an online environment.
  • Consult with you on your research needs and assist in finding difficult-to-track-down information.
  • Work with you and your colleagues to learn about how your departmental goals, curriculum, and course assignments relate to the library.
  • Offer training and demonstrations of new library resources and services of interest to your department.