The Membership Committee serves as a resource for all issues related to ULS members, recruits new members, promotes involvement in ULS, maintains an up-to-date roster for all section committees, and develops liaison relationships with the ULS Communications Committee and the ACRL Membership Committee.
The Membership Committee usually has eight to ten members. See current committee roster.
It is useful to have some members located in the upcoming ALA Midwinter or ALA Annual Conference cities to help in planning the ULS Social.
The Membership Committee on ALA Connect: Post and find agendas, minutes, and committee happenings.
Please note that you will need to sign in to ALA Connect using your regular ALA web site username and password to access ACRL ULS committee content.
The committee has a number of responsibilities including the following:
The chair ensures that there is one person assigned to send each of the types of letters and at least one person assigned to plan and market On-the-Fly Mentoring. The chair also leads and manages the ULS Social planning. The membership chair represents the membership committee to the ULS Executive Committee.
The committees use this online form to submit requests for promotion of committee and discussion group activities.
Tips for planning the Social: