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University Libraries Section (ULS): Executive Committee

Procedures and tips for members of the ULS Executive Committee, including the chair, vice-chair, past-chair, secretary, committee chairs, discussion group conveners, and members-at-large.

How to use this guide

The ULS Executive Committee represents the leadership of the section and is crucial to all the work of the section. Leaders on this committee guide what we do and how we can do better. They run committees and facilitate discussion groups, create and disband existing groups, initiate new work, and collaborate within the larger structures of ALA and ACRL.

See current ULS Executive Committee roster.

This guide gives members of the ULS Executive Committee the information needed to successfully participate. If you are interested in a leadership position within ULS, this is a great place to find out what it involves.

For governance procedures information, including our relationship to the ACRL Board of Directors, our elections process, and more, see the ULS Bylaws. (The bylaws need a vote to be updated—this LibGuide is updated by the current Exec Committee).

Members of the ULS Executive Committee put together these resources. We hope you find them useful! If you notice anything inaccurate or if there is something missing you'd like to see here, contact 2019–2020 ULS Chair Amanda Peters.