Library and Information Technologies Council
Draft of Collection Development Policy (PDF, 111 KB)
Responsibilities: Generally, the Library and Information Technologies Council shall review, advise, and make recommendations relating to the access and utilization of the Library and Information Technologies (LIBIT). More specifically, the council shall:
1. Review the mission statement and goals of LIBIT as set forth in its departmental strategic plan.
2. Become familiar with the accreditation standard of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and other appropriate accrediting associations and periodically evaluate the LIBIT in relation to those standards.
3. Review collection policy statements annually to verify that existing collection goals are being met and that changes in defined goals and user needs are addressed, and to ensure that allocation of resources is sufficient to support the educational, research, and community service goals of the university.
Primary Responsibility Area: Academic
Membership: Appointed (shall consist of seven members: five elected by the Faculty Assembly, the Dean of the Library and Information Technologies, and one student member designated by the Student Government Association who will serve a 1-year term)
Term: 3-year and 1-year student appointment
Chair: Elected by membership
|Members||Expiration of Term|
|Dr. Byron Housewright, Animal Science||9/30/2016|
|Dr. Patricia Harveson, Natural Resource Management||9/30/2016|
|Dr. Filemon Zamora, Languages & Literature||9/30/2016|
|, Student Representative||9/30/2013|
|Dr. Joseph Velasco, Fine Arts and Communication||9/30/2014|
|Mr. Don Dowdey, Library & Info. Technologies - Chair||ex officio-voting|