Tagged: committees

Deadline to Volunteer for ACRL Committees is February 15

There’s still time to volunteer to serve on an ACRL committee! The deadline is this Wednesday, February 15th. Consider volunteering with ULS, the largest section of ACRL. To help you learn more about the opportunities available with ULS and the types of work you might contribute to, we’ve made these LibGuides:...

Updates from the Technology in University Libraries Committee

Updates from the Technology in University Libraries Committee

ULS’s first entirely virtual committee, Technology in University Libraries (TULS), had a great inaugural year last year and has done some great work this year, too. We’re interested in getting the word out about the committee’s goals, programs, and services. TULS’s charge is “to explore the uses of technology in...

The Future of Universities and Their Libraries – Committee Report

The Future of Universities and Their Libraries – Committee Report

  The Committee‘s work this year has been based on 2 assumptions. 1. The future of academic libraries is tied to the future of their universities. 2. The Committee is just one unit with ULS and ACRL that is actively examining the role of libraries and the Committee does not...

ULS Meetings at Annual next week

ULS Meetings at Annual next week

For a one-stop listing of all ULS meetings and events, please see our wiki page. If something’s missing, please notify Kim Leeder or feel free to add it yourself. See you in DC!

Volunteer for a ULS committee

Volunteer for a ULS committee

If you’re interested in becoming more active in ACRL, consider volunteering for a ULS committee! The volunteer form is available at http://www.acrl.org/volunteer, and it will be available until February 15. In addition to our usual list of committees, we’ve just added three new options to expand your opportunities to participate...

The new committees you asked for

The new committees you asked for

Wondering how that poll turned out, where we asked for your vote on what new committees ULS should create? Here’s the overview (click the image to enlarge it). For more detailed responses, you’re welcome to view our full poll results on SurveyMonkey. Looks like Academic Outreach is the one to...

Vote on new ULS committees!

Vote on new ULS committees!

In the next year ULS will be initiating several new committees in order to create more opportunities for ULS members to be active in the section while also expanding ULS’s contributions to university librarianship. What will those committees be? We want you to tell us. Vote now! via our one-question...