The Thomas Tredway Library serves Augustana College by making learning the touchstone of all library activities and decisions.
A center for teaching and research, the Thomas Tredway Library advances the academic aims of Augustana College by actively promoting student learning. The librarians and staff members commit to strong liaison and instructional programs integrated into the Augustana curriculum; provide high-quality, personal interaction and reference sessions with patrons; build and maintain a strong user-focused collection to support curricular needs; and serve both the Augustana campus and larger community. The library fosters collegiality and cooperation while promoting respect, embracing diversity, and encouraging the pursuit of intellectual growth and excellence.
Goals, Objectives and Short-Term Outcomes
Continue a thoughtful plan of integrating information literacy into the curriculum in a sequential, developmental manner.
Re-evaluate library services in order to maximize efficiency, effectiveness, and sustainability during transition into a 21st century library program.
Foster strong relationships with our community.
Build a vibrant 21st century collection that supports undergraduate learning and research.
Maintain the high esprit de corps, morale, and health of the library team; set limits and priorities that ensure a manageable workload.
Design our library space in the Center for Student Learning to be beautiful, functional, and flexible for a 21st century college community.