LAUC Assembly Agenda

Librarians Association of the University of California
Assembly 2012
Thursday, May 10, 2012
University of California, Santa Cruz Extension Silicon Valley

2505 Augustine Drive, Santa Clara, CA 95054

Updated April 30, 2012


Assembly Agenda

9:30 – 10:00: Registration and Refreshments

10:00 – 10:35:

1. Call to Order [Mitchell Brown]

2. Announcements [3 min]

3. Welcome: Ginny Steel, University Librarian, UC Santa Cruz [15 min]

4. Preliminaries

i. Roll Call of Divisions and Delegates: [Lillian Castillo-Speed] [5 min]

ii. Approval of Minutes, Assembly 2011: [L. Castillo-Speed] [2 min]

5. Presentation by [5.  Presentation by [Joanne Miller, Systemwide Library Planning, UCOP] [15 min]

6. Committee Reports (submitted and posted):

i. Nomination Committee announcement – [Michael Yonezawa]

ii. Research and Professional Development Committee Update – [Keri Botello]  [5 min]

7. LAUC Representative Reports  (submitted and posted)

8. LAUC Outstanding Service Award [M. Brown]

9. President's Report – [M. Brown]


10. Update on CDL – Laine Farley, Executive Director, California Digital Library

11:05 – 12:00:

11. David Hansen, Digital Library Fellow, UC Berkeley School of Law

Speaking on what librarians need to know about copyright issues for orphan works, library privileges, digital lending and metadata ownership – the issues that we need to understand about working with digital collections.

12:00 – 1:00: Lunch

[1:00 – 3:30]

1:00 – 2:15:

12. NGTS – Martha Hruska, UC San Diego, NGTS Steering Group Chair, and Emily Lin, UC Merced, NGTS Communications Manager, on NGTS at one year

2:15 – 3:30:

13. Breakout Sessions on what are the next steps for planning for future librarianship.

The session will follow on the discussion from campuses on librarian attributes from the Committee on Professional Governance Final Report 2011.  Librarians talk about what they want to be doing/or think they should be doing in the future and more specifically how they plan on actually doing these activities to support the initiatives of the UC Libraries and the University.  How can we mobilize the “skills” identified for the next generation of academic librarians and how do they plan on acquiring these skills?  On the job training, mentoring, recruitment, collaboration with other institutions with specialized knowledge and expertise [both with and outside of UC]

i. Shared Service Models

ii. Lighting Teams – The New Working Model?

iii. Communications Models

iv. Training and New Skills

3:30 – Adjourn





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