Structures & People
Library and Instructional Technology Committee Charge
UWGB Faculty Senate Approved 11 December 1985
UWGB Faculty Senate Revised 16 March 1988, 18 April 1990, 16 September 1998, 11 April 2012
23 March 2005
- The Library and Instructional Technology Committee is composed of four faculty members, one from each of the four domain voting districts, three persons from the Academic Staff, and one student. The faculty members are elected from a slate prepared by the Committee on Committees and Nominations. Faculty members serve three-years with terms staggered to assure continuity. The academic staff members are elected from a slate prepared by the Leadership and Involvement Committee. Academic staff members serve two years with terms staggered.
- The Library and Instructional Technology Committee is advisory to the Associate Provost for Information Services, the Director of the Cofrin Library, and the Technology Council on policy matters pertaining to instructional technology and library automation. Ex officio (non-voting) members of the committee include the Associate Provost for Information Services, the Director of the Cofrin Library, Manager of the Learning Technology Center, and Director of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning.
- The Committee represents the Faculty and Academic Staff in making recommendations on library and instructional technology policy matters pertaining to all units which are under the direction of the Chief Information Officer and University Librarian.