Tina Chrzastowski and Tom Kilton to the Administrative Council. December, 2005.
(The absolute maximum number of pages for this section of the report is two.
It should be brief, with bulleted lists used. Sentence fragments may be used in place of complete sentences where desired. In any case, brevity is requested.)
I. Highlights of the year (could include accomplishments in areas such as assessment, services to users, collection development, collection maintenance, access to collections, preservation, bibliographic control, training and staff development activities, expansion of unit’s mission and/or facilities, development activities, cooperative activities with other library units or units outside the library and/or the campus, and public engagement). Please supply brief, bulleted lists.
II. Plans for the coming year
III. SWOT exercise with regard to the past year (Optional):
I. The following statistics will be generated from Voyager for individual library units as well as library-wide:
II. Libraries with added holdings in the following categories will need to supply counts of these items for the Annual Report:
I. Number of presentations to groups (unchanged)
II. Number of participants in group or individual instruction (unchanged)
III. Number of hours open weekly (unchanged)
IV. Personnel (unchanged)
V. Cataloging (unchanged)
VI. Acquisitions (unchanged, only reported by Acquisitions, Law, Slavic and Asian)
This section remains unchanged.