Library Liaisons

For a description of the Liaison Program, click HERE

Subject Areas

Librarian

Telephone

Art and Music Holly Klump 603-897-8255

Business

Kati MacFarline

603-897-8673

Children’s Literature Holly Klump 603-897-8255

Computer Science and Mathematics

Sara Heng

603-897-8683

Criminal Justice

Dan Speidel

603-897-8576

Cybersecurity

Sara Heng
Kati MacFarline

603-897-8683
603-897-8673

Education / Tests

Sara Heng, interim liaison

603-897-8683

English

Kati MacFarline

603-897-8673

Fiction

Samantha Cabral

603-897-8536
Global Studies

Abbie Joy

603-897-8535

History / Political Science

Abbie Joy

603-897-8535

Homeland and International Security Kati MacFarline 603-897-8673

Human Services

Dan Speidel

603-897-8576

Modern Languages

Abbie Joy

603-897-8535

Nursing and Health Professions

Samantha Cabral

603-897-8536

Philosophy

Elaine Bean

603-897-8672

Psychology

Dan Speidel

603-897-8576

Public Health Samantha Cabral 603-897-8536

Religious Studies

Elaine Bean

603-897-8672

Sciences

Samantha Cabral

603-897-8536

Sociology / Social Work

Dan Speidel

603-897-8576

Sport Management

Kati MacFarline

603-897-8673

Women’s Studies

Holly Klump

603-897-8255

 

  

Rivier University Library Liaison Program

Library Liaisons collaborate with each department to support the information and research needs of faculty and students, and they keep departments informed about Regina Library. Find your liaison in the Library Liaison Directory.

Liaisons familiarize themselves with the course offerings in their subject specialty in order to:

  1. Acquire library materials, including print and eBooks, journals, databases, DVDs and streaming video, and Open Educational Resources. Faculty suggestions and requests are strongly encouraged. Your liaison can provide tools for discovering new resources. You can send requests via email or campus mail or speak with your liaison by phone or in person.  
  2. Recommend library resources upon request for faculty and students in their subject areas.
  3. Refer faculty or students to other library staff, such as Instructional Librarians, Interlibrary Loan, or Access Services.

In addition to suggesting materials for purchase and participating in the de-selection of library materials in their subject areas, faculty are encouraged to:

  1. Stay in contact with their Library Liaisons throughout the year with any questions or suggestions and any changes in the department’s curriculum or faculty.
  2. Invite Library Liaisons to departmental meetings.
  3. Recommend students use Regina library resources and services to help them succeed.

Updated  12/05/2018