BYLAWS. CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICES. UNIVERSITY LIBRARY.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN.
Article I. Name
These are Bylaws of the Faculty of the Central Public Services Division of the Library of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Article II. Purpose and Superceding Authority
These Bylaws are a supplement to and are mandated by the Bylaws of the Library of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and are intended to provide a framework for the effective conduct of Central Public Services Division activities. In case of conflict, the Library Bylaws and University of Illinois Statues will prevail.
Article III. Membership
The Central Public Services division shall consist of all those persons appointed in the following Units who fulfill the requirements of membership in the Library faculty as defined in Article III, Section 1, of the Library Bylaws and Academic Professionals in the following libraries: Business Information Services, Central Access Services, Government Information Services, Scholarly Commons, Scholarly Communications and Publishing, Research and Information Services, the Undergraduate Library, the University Laboratory High School Library, and any other faculty appointed to the division.
Article IV. Division Coordinator.
Section 1. Duties.
In addition to the duties enumerated in Article VI, section 3c of the Bylaws of the Library of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the Division Coordinator is responsible for reporting on the discussions, deliberations, and decisions of the Library administration to the faculty of Central Public Services and for conveying the concerns of the Division to the Library administration.
Section 2. Evaluation.
The Division Coordinator shall be evaluated in accordance with the provisions of Article VI, sec.3.C.3 of the Bylaws of the Library of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Article V. Advisory Committee.
Section 1. Membership.
The Central Public Services Advisory Committee (CPSAC) shall consist of all tenure track faculty and tenured faculty in the Divisional libraries enumerated in Article III, Section 1 of the Library Bylaws, and all faculty appointed to the Division.
Section 2. Meetings.
The advisory committee shall meet at the call of the Divisional coordinator or of a majority of the members of the advisory committee, but there shall be at least one meeting called each semester for consideration of Divisional governance, policy, and other business.
Section 3. Purpose and Responsibilities.
The advisory committee shall:
Article VI. Amendments to the Bylaws.
Amendments to the Bylaws are made by ballot after due notice and discussion, as provided in this article. A proposition to amend the Bylaws must be submitted to the Faculty in writing at least ten days before a regular or special meeting called for discussion of the proposed amendment(s). Final action on a proposed amendment may be taken at the next regular or special meeting following the one at which it was introduced. By resolution of the Faculty, an amendment introduced at a regular or special meeting may be submitted to the Faculty for final action by electronic or mail ballot. Amendments to the Bylaws are adopted by a two-thirds majority of those present and voting at a properly called meeting or by electronic or mail ballot.
Revised 7/5/2006; 11/1/2012; 9/9/2014; 6/3/2016