The mission of the Missouri State University Meyer Library Liaison Program is to ensure collaborative communication and outreach between library liaisons* and campus-wide faculty. This collaboration and outreach provides a clear understanding of shared educational goals, and those services and resources available through Duane G. Meyer Library.
The MSU Libraries vision is campus-wide collaborative and dynamic relationships between library liaisons and Missouri State University faculty, where creative approaches are developed to integrate information literacy and other resources and services into the curriculum, to support faculty research interests and endeavors, and student success. All faculty are advocates for library advancement, to include programming, collection development, research, information leadership, and the critical role of information in society.
Based on The Citadel Liaison Guide: https://library.citadel.edu/liaison
*Library liaisons are primarily library faculty, and in the interest of best matching background and skill with appropriate departments, occasionally library staff with specialized areas of expertise, supervisor, and liaison chair and committee approval.