Serves as a conduit for information and communication between National ACRL and its Chapters, and promotes membership of ACRL National.
last person joined 22 days ago
ACRL Diversity Alliance Task Force
last person joined 6 months ago
To investigate relevant electronic resources for communication studies; assess and evaluate relevant electronic resources for usability and function; encourage the development of better electronic resources within communication studies through careful vendor feedback; to inform and educate librarians about relevant electronic resources, their use, and implementation as a library resource....
ACRL External Liaisons Committee
Work with the ACRL Board and staff to formulate the ACRL legislative agenda seeking input from other ACRL committees and leaders. Assists the ACRL Board in efforts to incorporate the ACRL legislative agenda into the ALA legislative agenda. Serves in an advisory role to the ACRL Government Relations Specialist.
Members of the ALA Connect Community who are currently serving in liaison positions at all levels of the association.
ACRL New Roles and Changing Landscapes
To oversee and coordinate ACRL's Research and Scholarly Environment Initiative as described in the strategic plan; work with the ACRL Board and other ACRL units in creating a comprehensive effort including coalition building, professional development, publications, research, and advocacy and in developing the ACRL research and scholarly communications website; and monitor and assess the effectiveness of the ACRL Research and Scholarly Environment Initiative.
Responsible for overseeing the development of standards and guidelines adopted and promoted by the Association.
ACRL/ULS Professional Development Committee
To oversee and coordinate ACRL's Value of Academic Libraries Initiative as described in the strategic plan; work with the ACRL Board and other ACRL units in creating a comprehensive effort including coalition building, professional development, publications, research, advocacy, and consultation services and in developing the ACRL Value website; and monitor and assess the effectiveness of the Value Initiative.
ACRL/CJCLS Community College Engagement Implementation Task
last person joined one year ago
ACRL/ULS Campus Administration and Leadership Disc. Group
To recommend additions and changes to ALA Policy 7 (Conferences and Meetings) as appropriate; to recommend policies to Council for the coordination and scheduling of conference programming and for simplifi cation of meeting scheduling, including use of technologies; to recommend to Council policies guiding the selection of Conference and Meeting sites and dates; to review recommendations of specifi c sites and dates prior to their presentation by Conference Services to the ALA Executive Board; to recommend to Council and to ALA staff a means for communication with the membership to hear their concerns about Conference and Meeting procedures and policies.
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The ALCTS/LITA Metadata Standards Committee will play a leadership role in the creation and development of metadata standards for bibliographic information. The Committee will review and evaluate proposed standards; recommend approval of standards in conformity with ALA policy; establish a mechanism for the continuing review of standards (including the monitoring of further development); provide commentary on the content of various implementations of standards to concerned agencies; and maintain liaison with concerned units within ALA and relevant outside agencies.
1. To consider all aspects of problems in the bibliographic organization of materials issued in or dealing with Africa and Asia, with the exception of Asiatic Russia. 2. To review the use of the various ISBDs for describing materials written in nonalphabetic scripts or nonroman alphabets used in these areas and make recommendations concerning them to the Committee on Cataloging: Description and Access....
ALCTS Continuing Education Committee
The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) is responsible for the evaluation and selection of book and nonbook library materials and for the improvement of techniques of library service to children from preschool through the eighth grade or junior high school age, when such materials and techniques are intended for use in more than one type of library.
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