The Technology in University Libraries Committee's charge is to explore uses of technology in university libraries in areas such as instruction, reference, and outreach and to offer selective guidance and information to aid university librarians in employing new technologies.
This committee usually has twelve to sixteen members. See current committee roster.
The committee operates using two cochairs, and ideally each chair comes on during a different year so that there is always continuity with the previous year.
The Technology in University Libraries Committee on ALA Connect: Post and find agendas, minutes, and committee happenings.
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The committee has several functions:
The committee also works with other ULS committees involved in professional development activities, providing support for technology-related topics.
The committee should have at least four virtual meetings per year, with one at the beginning of a typical academic year, one later in the same year (prior to ALA Midwinter), one in the new year after ALA Midwinter, and one near the end of the academic year and before ALA Annual.
Each chair should hold a virtual meeting with the continuing cochair and the incoming cochair at the end of his/her term.
The committees use this online form to gather requests for promotion of committee and discussion group activities.