Diane Dallis, the Associate Dean for Library Academic Services at the IU Libraries, coordinates the integration of library services and resources into the teaching, learning, and research process. Working with a range of campus partners, she addresses issues of information fluency and learning outcomes to incorporate library support into the classroom, help graduate and undergraduate students navigate the complex research environment, and assist university faculty in achieving their teaching and research goals.
Diane oversees several library departments, including Access Services, Area Studies, Arts & Humanities, Government Information, Reference Services, Sciences, and Social Sciences. She created and continues to lead the departments of Discovery and Research Services and Teaching and Learning. Diane is currently responsible for planning and managing library renovation projects. In addition to her 20 years with the IU Libraries, Diane is also trained as a teacher and has led several courses in IU’s School of Library and Information Science, further informing her perspective on bridging academic curricula and library resources.