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.), Motivating students on a time budget: Pedagogical frames and lesson plans for in-person and online information literacy instruction. Chicago: ACRL Press.
Faulk, N. (2018, Apr.). Bringing scale and structure to the online information literacy program. Paper presented at the 18th Distance Library Services Conference, San Antonio, TX.
Faulk, N. (2018, Apr.). What faculty have to say about library outreach. College & Research Libraries News, 79(4), 193-196.
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.