- organizes and conducts membership recruitment
Questions? Contact Wendy West (Albany), chair
Personnel Policies Committee
- The Personnel Policies Committee is concerned with the development, coordination and implementation of the policies, procedures, and standards of appointment and other terms of employment of SUNY librarians.
- The Committee conducts, prints, and distributes a SUNY Library Salary Survey, generally every two years, with the time of the final report distribution being such that the data may be useful in contract negotiations.
- The Committee conducts exit surveys of librarians leaving SUNY libraries and reports on the responses to this survey back to the Board and Council.
Questions? Contact Pamela O'Sullivan (Brockport), chair
- recommends and develop programs of continuing education for librarians
- concerns itself with principles and standards for college and university libraries
- supports professional endeavors in the wider communities
Professional Development Grants Program is part of the Professional Development Committee.
The Professional Development Committee sponsors the following awards at the Annual Conference:
Questions? Contact Darryl Coleman (Fredonia), chair
- publishes our Newsletter and any other publications of the Association
Questions? Contact Ellen McCabe (Cortland), chair.
- serves as a focus for the exchange of information about automation and information technology
- encourages discussion and education within and between interest groups of SUNY librarians and staff
- maintains formal lines of communication with the SUNY Office of Library and Information Services (OLIS)
- arranges the LiSUG Conference
Questions? Contact Ken Fujiuchi (Albany), chair
- promote library user instruction and information literacy at SUNY libraries and the exchange of information about library instruction;
- support the development, coordination, and assessment of information literacy programs;
- recommend, offer and/or sponsor programs and educational opportunities for professional development and growth in library instruction, information literacy and 21st century information fluency.
SUNYLA's Working Group for Information Literacy (WGIL) has a wiki at http://sunylawgil.wordpress.com/.
Questions? Contact Dana Longley (ESC), chair.
The WGIL Room - an information literacy podcast by Carleen Huxley, Dana Longley, and Mark McBride.