Library Committee



    1. Collection Development: Determine the selection, acquisition, and deselection of library materials (books, journals, digital resources, etc.) to ensure a well-rounded and up-to-date collection that meets the needs of users.

    2. Resource Allocation: Allocate funds for purchasing new materials, subscriptions, and library services while optimizing the utilization of the available budget.

    3. User Needs Assessment: Regularly assess the needs and preferences of library users to tailor the collection and services to meet their information requirements.

    4. Library Services Enhancement: Identify opportunities to improve and expand library services, such as reference assistance, information literacy programs, interlibrary loan, and technology support.

    5. Space Planning and Design: Plan the layout and design of library spaces to create a comfortable, functional, and conducive environment for studying, research, and collaboration.

    6. Technology Integration: Evaluate and implement technologies that enhance access to library resources, including digital catalogs, databases, online journals, and digital archives.

    7. Promotion of Library Resources: Develop strategies to promote awareness and utilization of library resources and services among the organization’s community.

    8. Collaboration and Outreach: Establish partnerships with faculty, students, and other departments to integrate library resources into teaching, learning, and research activities.

    9. Library Policies and Guidelines: Formulate and update library policies related to borrowing privileges, access rules, usage guidelines, and code of conduct.

    10. Information Literacy: Develop and support information literacy programs that teach users how to effectively search, evaluate, and use information resources.

    11. Curation and Preservation: Ensure the preservation and proper handling of rare or valuable materials, including archival collections and historical documents.

    12. Budget Management: Manage the library’s budget, including fund allocation, expenditure tracking, and financial planning.

    13. User Feedback and Evaluation: Gather feedback from library users through surveys or focus groups to continuously improve library services and resources.

    14. Professional Development: Provide opportunities for library staff to enhance their skills, stay updated with library trends, and engage in professional development activities.

    15. Advocacy and Support: Advocate for the library’s role in supporting the organization’s mission and goals to stakeholders and decision-makers.

    16. Cultural and Educational Events: Organize events, exhibitions, and workshops that promote cultural enrichment, lifelong learning, and intellectual engagement.

    17. Community Building: Foster a sense of community among library users by organizing events, book clubs, discussion forums, and other activities.

    18. Accessibility and Inclusivity: Ensure that library resources and services are accessible and inclusive for all users, including those with disabilities or diverse backgrounds.

    19. Long-Term Planning: Contribute to the library’s strategic planning and vision for future growth, technology integration, and service enhancements.

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