Library Advisory Committee at the University of Central Missouri

 

Library Advisory Committee
November 20, 2002 - 1:30 p.m.

 

  Sept. 25 Oct. 23 Nov. 20
Dr. Charles Schwepker x x x
Dr. John Haydu a, called resigned from position - - -
Dr. Ken Wood - - - - - - x
Mr. Joe Kupersmith x x x
Dr. Gregory Brown x x x
Ms. Davie Davis x x x
Dr. Charles Dahlstrom x x x
Ms. Mary Heater  x x a, called
Ms. Cristie Stevenson x x x
Mr. John Liberto a a x
Ms. Ann Richardson - - - - - - x


A. LAC Issues

  1. Introduction of new members, Dr. Wood representing College of Arts & Sciences and Ms. Richardson representing Graduate Student Association and guest Terry McNeeley, Media Specialist. Thanked Dr. Brown for his service and time to LAC. Dr. Brown is retiring from Central in December 2002.
  2. Terry McNeeley, Media Specialist for Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and Library Services demonstrated LAC’s web page. Review and discussion of web page followed presentation. Can we track how many hits this web site receives? Yes. How long is required to retain/archive material? Will check on protocol. Can provide a link to each area presented? Yes, will link to each college or area represented. Review web page in spring semester.
  3. Approval of minutes from October 23, 2002 was moved by Dr. Schwepker to approve minutes as presented; motion passed with one abstaining.
  4. Library Survey update, sub-committee presented updated survey, review and discussion followed. Mr. Kupersmith, stated that he had talked with Human Subjects Review Committee and survey does not have to have approval from Human Subjects. The survey is for program improvement, which does not require their approval. Human Subjects Review Committee has signed off on request. Will distribute survey to classes and via Internet before the end of fall semester. Will distribute survey again in January/February 2003 if need more data collected.
  5. Library Materials Budget Resolution 2003-04, Mr. Kupersmith and Dr. Brown are currently gathering information. Discussion and clarification on materials maintained in the library needed for accreditation and other requirements there are a number of variables in maintaining the collection. Does the committee want to propose to maintain at current collection. Resolution will be brought before the committee in spring semester.
  6. LAC charge has been forwarded to Faculty Senate Committees on Committee. Mr. Kupersmith spoke with Dr. Cheryl Eason regarding charge; she did not see any problem with changes, but still needs to be addressed by Faculty Senate. Anticipate having feedback in early spring semester.
  7. Meeting schedule for spring semester 2003, will send out information via e-mail, once receive schedules back will schedule spring semester meetings.

B. Dean’s Announcements

  1. Friends of the James C. Kirkpatrick Library will be hosting a “Book Publication Celebration” on December 3, 2002 at 3:00 p.m. in JCKL 1260-1268, honoring Dr. Marla Selvidge.
  2. SGA requested expanding library hours to 1 a.m. during finals week based on SGA survey. The library will be opened until 1:00 a.m. Monday – Thursday during finals week (December 9-12).
  3. Extended appreciation to Dr. Brown for his service to LAC. Welcomed new members, Dr. Wood and Ms. Richardson.

Meeting adjourned.
Recorded by: Dr. Charles Dahlstrom, Secretary – Library Advisory Committee

 


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