Our library has an opportunity to participate in a new faculty orientation next month. We will share a day (10 a.m.-3 p.m. including lunch) with the writing center and academic technology (also housed in the library). Our Director of Academic Technology recently attended a conference where integrated technology, library, teaching and learning centers were the norm (here is a related article if you are interested). We would like to collaborate more with the academic support services housed in the library to come across as a unified whole to support teaching and learning.
In what creative ways has your library collaborated with instructional technology, the writing center, and other academic support services? How have you conducted new faculty orientation to the library, and what worked/didn't work? Thanks so much for your input!