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Executive Committee Minutes 12-09-2013

Executive Committee

12/9/2013

1:00-4:00pm

428 Library

MINUTES

 

Present: John Wilkin, chair; Bill Mischo, vice-chair; John Wagstaff, secretary; Mary Laskowski, Nancy O’Brien, Carissa Phillips, Chris Prom, Jennifer Teper; Visitors – Beth Namachchivaya, Sue Searing, Tom Teper; Recording-Kim Matherly

 

  1. 1.       1-2:30 – AULs
    1. General Priorities in the Library


Areas we need to work on:

 

  1. b.      Position Requests (Faculty/APs)

Classics/Architecture & Art Librarian

University High School Librarian

Copyright Librarian

Grainger Library – Engineering e-Initiatives & Research Support Librarian

IAS – Japanese Studies Librarian

IAS - Slavic & Eurasian Studies Librarian

Librarian for Innovative Government Information Services

RBML Visiting Curator

SSHEL – Applied Health Sciences Librarian

Information Literacy – E-Learning Specialist

IAS – International Reference Specialist: Russia and Central Asia

IT – Library Application and Support Specialist

IT - Web-Developer and IT Specialists

IT – Web Developer & User Interface Specialist

Operations & Reference Specialist (Illinois History and Lincoln Collections)

Research Programmer

Technical Services – E-Serials Bibliographic Control Specialist

UGL Media Commons/Library Support Specialist

 

EC and the AULs discussed all the positions. The AUL will rank the positions and EC will rank the positions, then they will come back together to discuss.

 

  1. 2.      How to select a CMS

EC and the AULs discussed the replacement of the current CMS.

 

Sue discussed some of the work of the Web Advisory Group and Beth and Tom shared some of the work CAPT is doing.

 

CAPT will meet on December 17 and report back to EC regarding its discussion of the CMS. WAG will meet on January 17 and report back to EC.

 

  1. 3.      Unretreat items – Prioritize and Plan

Nine topics were identified:

 

 

Attendees will be asked to choose  topics from this list..

 

It was determined that each table will discuss the topic for one and one-half hours and then people will move to another table to discuss a second topic for one and one-half hours. The groups will break for lunch. There will be a facilitator and a recorder at each table. After lunch the recorders for each group will report out to the whole group.

 

  1. 4.      Approve Minutes from December 2

Minutes were approved by a motion from John Wagstaff, seconded by Mary Laskowski.

 

  1. 5.      Question time

After consulting with several faculty members, John Wilkin has decided to table the Humanities Hub idea and move forward with hiring a History, Philosophy, and Newspaper Librarian and moving CAM. We will keep 220 Library available while we give thought to a larger coordinated planning effort.

 

The priority list went to the Senate Committee on the Library. We may get some input from them.

 

  1. 6.      Agenda items for next meeting with the AULs (1/10/14)
    1. Hiring Plan – rank the positions

 

  1. 7.      Review of Librarianship, the P&T Process and the role of PRC

This was deferred to another meeting.