Libraries/ITS Advisory Council

Description

The goal of the Libraries/ITS Advisory Council includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Ensuring purposeful communication regarding information technology and the libraries with the university community.
  • Providing feedback and suggestions to help fine-tune division communications.
  • Providing meaningful advice on the roll-out of new technologies and programs.
  • Assisting in the assessment of information technology and libraries services and programs.
  • Serving as a vehicle to help the information technology and libraries team make sound decisions and test ideas.
  • Sharing pertinent information technology and libraries news and information with university colleagues
  • Providing cogent suggestions and recommendations for consideration in decisions made by the Libraries/ITS team
Membership

The council consists of the following members:

  • One Faculty Senate representative
  • Three faculty members selected by the Faculty Committee on Committees (3 year staggered terms)
  • Three faculty members selected at large by the Vice President for Information Technology and Dean of Libraries (3 year staggered terms)
  • Vice-Provost for Research
  • Director, Academy for Teaching and Learning
  • Teaching and Learning Technology Committee Chair
  • One executive staff member from the Office of the Provost
  • One Dean or senior administrator from the Office of Student Life
  • One Dean or senior administrator from the Graduate School
  • One Staff Council representative
  • Three staff members selected at large by the Vice President for Information Technology and Dean of Libraries (3 year staggered terms)
  • One undergraduate student selected from the Library/ITS Student Advisory Group
  • One graduate student selected by the Graduate Student Association (GSA)
  • One Student Government Representative
For more information contact (254) 710-3200.