Cleveland State Taps into Faculty and Campus Needs

Faculty have a wide variety of needs around their research and teaching that can be met through repository services. But how do you go about uncovering these? And how can you partner with faculty to provide solutions? At Cleveland State University, the library collaborates with faculty and departments on projects such as: capturing and sharing conferences; publishing scholarly journals; and creating and disseminating open educational resources. These endeavors have led to additional opportunities in other areas, such as working with students and with the greater Cleveland community. In this webinar, Barbara Loomis, Project Coordinator, Marsha Miles, Digital Initiatives Librarian, and Theresa Nawalaniec, Sciences and Engineering/Philosophy Librarian at Cleveland State’s Michael Schwartz Library will discuss their work with faculty and departments and the other projects that these have often led to.