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Collaborative Analysis Liaison Librarians cohort has opened up an entire new world of possibilities within the realm of information sciences for student Claire Jordan.

“I thought I had a niche, specific focus, and then I learned about the CALL program and then I got here and all the opportunities opened up, and it’s so much more diverse than I realized,” she said.

One such opportunity Jordan has received is the Research Experience for Master’s Students at the University of Michigan – an intensive summer program that pairs students with faculty mentors … Read more “MSIS Student Claire Jordan to Conduct Fellowship Research on Misuse of Scientific Information”


Collaborative Analysis Liaison Librarians (CALL) instructional project this fall semester, bringing the number of CALL participants to 12. The program was created with funding awarded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services’ (IMLS) Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian grant program. SIS Associate Professor Wade Bishop is principal investigator, with SIS and Chancellor’s Professor Suzie Allard as co-investigator.

“The first cohort laid a great foundation of research in liaison librarianship through an expanded review of the literature and job analyses to prepare future science liaison librarians. In the … Read more “New Students Join Science Liaison CALL Project”