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Business-Library Resources: Overview of Collection

Overview of Library Liaison Approach

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Library Liaison Shamsha Karim


Library liaisons work closely with the Discipline to make sure that the faculty are given the opportunity to select materials and services that best fit the needs of the curriculum. Each liaison works in a college-wide capacity. Whether it's attending the discipline meetings, working with a small group of professors to review a database, or attending a national conference, library liaisons have the expertise needed in the field to support the changing needs of the discipline and support student success.

Contact the Liaison Librarian:

Phone Number 1-305-237-2295

Collection Development Survey

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Your participation in library collection development is encouraged and appreciated. If you teach accounting at MDC, please consider completing this brief survey that will help identify accounting subject areas in the library collection that need to be strengthened. The survey also provides the opportunity for you to recommend the purchase of specific materials to support your discipline.

Overview of the General Business Collection

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At Miami Dade College, lower division business students and faculty have access to:

  • 4,000+ eBooks related to general business
  • 12 databases with relevant content
  • 5,300+ print titles
  • and a rich information literacy program that includes embedded librarians

Each tab within this guide provides the faculty, administrators and the MDC community with the latest information about every type of material or service that make up the current resources. Working with the library liaison, faculty within the discipline now have the information they need to create an up-to-date instructional program.

Libraries are rapidly changing environments. For this reason, an overview is provided for each type of information collected by the College so that faculty can make the most informed choice about what resources to use in the classroom.

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