Although this annotated bibliography is primarily targeted to library science professionals in an academic setting, the literature examined can very easily support secondary and college level general education teaching initiatives. The majority of the literature examined in the list comes from journal articles. The author focused primarily on actual case studies that take place in an undergraduate academic setting. Attention was paid to community colleges and schools where there are students in need of remediation. The author was also interested in seeking out literature that addressed the needs of student academic success after an embedded program was implemented. Non-traditional embedded endeavors were especially of interest; programs where academic librarians embedded themselves with high schools to support college preparation and readiness were also desired. The author highlights articles that support student success, remediation, and collaborative partnerships with subject faculty that are ongoing.
Andrews, Carl R., "An Examination of Embedded Librarian Ideas and Practices: A Critical Bibliography." (2014). CUNY Academic Works.