Library/ITS Student Advisory Group
The Library/ITS Student Advisory Group (LISAG) is a group of students who provide input on library and technology services. The group meets 2-3 times each semester. Goals of the group include:
LISAG conversations have resulted in such improvements as:
- Providing student perspectives on existing library and technology services;
- Discussing and providing student perspectives on new or possible future services;
- Communicating information received from University Libraries and Information Technology Services leadership to constituencies (including Student Government, Graduate Student Association, fellow students in their academic units and student organizations); and
- Bringing concerns and new ideas to the attention of University Libraries’ and Information Technology Services’ leadership.
- Improved signage for active, quiet, and silent study spaces;
- Improvements to various web interfaces and online tools;
- Office supplies vending machine in Moody Library;
- Improved signage for the Jones information desk;
- A revitalized AirBear support campaign;
- Language used in the Expectations for Library Behavior document; and many more.
The Director of Client Services within the Electronic Library recruits, appoints, and convenes the Library/ITS Student Advisory Group. The group consists of the following members:
- Associate Vice President for Information Technology and Interim CIO
- Director of Central Libraries
- Director of Client Services, Electronic Library
- Other Library/ITS leadership as appropriate
- One representative from Student Government
- One representative from the Graduate Student Association
- At-large undergraduate student representatives from all classes and a variety of majors
- At-large graduate student representatives from a variety of programs
The overall number of students on the committee is usually about 30.
For more information, or to volunteer to serve on the LISAG, contact Richard_Gerik@baylor.edu