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Faculty Toolkit for Teaching Information Literacy: HELP - Get assistance, collaborate, and request instruction sessions

Liaison librarians

Help from the liaison librarian in your discipline is available:  

SCC Library Reference Desk:  509-533-8821 

Tim Aman     x7054

  Linda Keys     x7053

  Janine Odlevak     x7046

Melinda Martin    x8822

Reference Services Librarian

& Department Chair

Access Services Librarian      Instructional Services Librarian

Adjunct Librarian

Liaison to 

  • Allied Health

  • Business Technology

  • Electrical Maintenance

  • Electronics / Bio-Med

  • English & Foreign Languages

Liaison to 

  • Aviation

  • Cosmetology

  • Developmental Ed. / ESL

  • Environmental Sciences

  • GED / ABE

  • Hospitality Careers

  • Nursing

  • Sciences


  • ASG

  • Corrections

  • Cosmetology

  • HS 21+

  • Multicultural Student Services

Liaison to 

  • Architecture / CET / MDT - CAD

  • Applied Education

  • Communication Studies

  • Computer Information Systems

  • Counseling

  • Guidance

  • Mathematics

  • Physical Ed.

  • Public Safety

  • Technical Education


  • Center for Workforce and Continuing Education

  • College in the High School

  • Disability Support Services

  • NSO

  • Tutoring Services

Liaison to 

  • Business / Management

  • Social Sciences/Humanities


Research help

Contact us any time!  Librarians are eager to help.


SCC Library, Bldg. 16




(509) 533-8821

(800) 248-5644 x8821




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Request instruction

Friendly, knowledgeable librarians with expertise in a variety of disciplines are available to work with faculty in developing IL instruction and assessment which best suits students' needs. Feel free to contact your liaison librarian directly or to contact the reference desk or you may use the form below to request instruction sessions with a librarian.

Four ways to get one-on-one research help from a live librarian!

CCS Library Services logo   This guide was created by librarians at Library Services, Spokane Community College.