University Library Committee (ULC)

 

CHARGE 

The University Library Committee (ULC) supports and advocates a fundamental role for the library in the intellectual life of the University and works to ensure that library services and collections meet the teaching, research and lifelong learning needs of the University community. The Committee will promote collaboration and communication between the library faculty and the teaching faculty to integrate information competence into the curriculum, including consulting the Faculty Advisory Council on Technology.

The University Library Committee makes recommendations to the Curriculum and Educational Policies Council.

 

Membership

  1. *Dean, Library Services (or designee)
  2. Two (2) tenured or tenure track faculty members from the College of Liberal Arts and one (1) from each of the other Colleges
  3. One (1) lecturer who shall serve for a period of one year
  4. One (1) undergraduate student representative, selected by the Associated Students, Inc.
  5. One (1) graduate student representative, selected by the Associated Students, Inc.
  6. One (1) full-time librarian
  7. One (1) member of the Curriculum and Educational Polices Council selected by the Council, who should also be a member of the University Library Committee if possible; if an individual with dual membership is not available, the Council member becomes a non-voting member of the University Library Committee

*non-voting

REVISED 11/03/09