On this page is information on library faculty liaisons, recent acquisitions, news subscriptions, electronic resources, and other relevant information pertaining to faculty services offered at the Loyola University New Orleans College of Law.
The Library’s liaison program is designed to provide research and instructional support for our faculty. Members of the faculty are paired with our reference librarians, who have law and library degrees, in order to support scholarship and teaching activities.
Librarians may work on research projects, locate materials, prepare research guides and bibliographies, and provide updates on new scholarship and news items in particular areas of interest. We are also available to assist faculty research assistants in developing research strategies and locating sources, and to provide training in particular types of research or specific resources.
Librarians are available to assist faculty in integrating Library resources into course administration systems, whether through the creation of virtual libraries of relevant materials in online course sites, or through the development of research guides in particular subjects.
Faculty should also feel free to call upon librarians to conduct subject- or jurisdiction-specific research instruction in classroom settings, and/or to develop class handouts on research sources, bibliographies, finding aids, or other reference materials for particular classes.
If you cannot get in touch with your liaison and need help with something you can, of course, ask any of us for assistance.