A third-generation library employee, Nick Faulk comes to Champlain College with experience as a solo librarian at a rural community college, as a Document Delivery/Interlibrary Loan specialist at a large academic library, and as a college composition instructor. At Champlain, Nick designs and delivers information literacy content for online classes, develops instructional videos and guides for website users, delivers in-class library instruction sessions, and provides reference services.
(Forthcoming) Faulk, N., & Carbery, A. (2018). Using motivation theory and research when teaching information literacy online. In S. Steiner & M. Rigby (Eds.) Effective library instruction: Inspiring student motivation. Chicago: ACRL Press.
Faulk, N., & Pope, E. (2017, May). Coconino Community College goes online: Navigating remixed professional identities in a reimagined library. Session presented at the annual meeting of the Association of College and Research Libraries - New England Chapter, Burlington, VT.
Carbery, A., Faulk, N., & Leahy, S. (2016, Oct.). Reaching our online populations where they are. Session presented at the annual meeting of the Vermont Library Association's College & Special Libraries Section, Castleton, VT.
Faulk, N. (2015, Nov.). Library services under elearning: Successes and lessons. Session presented at the annual meeting of the Arizona Library Association, Flagstaff, AZ.
Faulk, J. N. (2013, Nov.). 'If there's no library, why do we need a librarian?': Marketing and delivering library services without an on-campus library [PDF]. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Arizona Library Association, Fort McDowell, AZ.