- staff: working at service desks, cataloging and automation, collection development, etc.
- faculty: teaching and instruction, research and publication, service and committees, etc.
Friday, March 31, 2006
The question of faculty status for academic librarians is an issue that elicits passionate debate from people on both sides of the issue. Some academic librarians are considered faculty and have all the rights and responsibilities that such a title entails. Others are called faculty, but are really just academic support staff with glorified titles. Most, however, are somewhere in between and are responsible for things that fit into both categories:
Posted by J at 8:52 AM