Responsibility for personnel services for faculty, staff, and students; strategic planning; faculty/staff development; internal mail service and supplies; library security; facilities management; financial operations and services
Collects, preserves and makes broadly available original source materials of enduring historical significance.
Arts and Humanities
Supports the teaching and research of students, faculty, staff, and the general public in the areas of English, History, Romance, Germanic and East Asian languages, Art, Architecture, Music, Philosophy, and Writing and Rhetoric, scaffolding student learning, simplifying the research process, and connecting users at all levels with the resources they need to succeed.
Provides access to the collections within Norlin library and the PASCAL storage facility through circulation and document-delivery services as well as information resources through Prospector, a consortium of Colorado and Wyoming Libraries. Also provides access to the University Libraries’ collections for non-CU scholars through interlibrary lending services.
Dean of the Libraries and support staff.
Webpages: Dean's Office
Provides services and support for a broad range of information technology activities for the University Libraries.
Provides intellectual access to information resources, promoting self-sufficiency in finding, identifying, selecting, and obtaining resources via Chinook, CU Digital Library, and Digital Collections of Colorado institutional repository.
Webpages: Metadata Services
Scholarly Resource Development
Seeks innovative and sustainable strategies for acquiring content from a broad array of sources through Acquisitions, Collection Development and Assessment, and Interlibrary Loan Borrowing.
Webpages: Scholarly Resource Development
Provides the services and collections necessary to support teaching and research in the College of Arts & Sciences and the College of Engineering & Applied Sciences, as well as campus-affiliated research institutes and centers.
Supports the teaching and research of the departments in the Social Sciences, including anthropology, business, economics, ethnic studies, international affairs, journalism and mass communications, political science, sociology, and women and gender studies, as well as campus-affiliated research institutes and centers.