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Goal Statement: Centralize student employment/ management/ training/ scheduling or Continue reading
Goal: Build a proactive relationship with academic departments through the revitilized LIS liaison program.
Establish a “User Services Literacy” standard for baseline knowledge and skills every member of User Service should have.
Position LIS proactively to optimize existing infrastructure and new technologies to meet increasing needs and varied demands of our constituents, achieving as well ‘greener’ environment.
Create a comprehensive ETI infrastructure, networking and services 3-year plan.
Inventory of existing infrastructure / servers / services / systems upon which to build – update – replace for future systems. Continue reading
Clarify roles, responsibilities, and service levels in providing & troubleshooting systems & ETI services
(whom do people call when about what, and what is the response we provide?)
Effective technical documentation & training for systems / staff with whom we work (e.g., User Services & MIIS staff). Implement cross-ETI project tracking & workflow. Continue reading
Our staff will use their expertise to partner with others in LIS and a functional area (once selected) to achieve the LIS administrative efficiency strategic goal.
Systems & services are designed with self-service in mind.
ETI staff members will contribute their experience & expertise to work with users in College departments / areas to develop model(s) to enhance workflow, and data collection / storage / access. Models can then be rolled-out across campus. Continue reading
Goal Statement (The What?)
Document and assess ACS’s current student information literacy (IL) efforts and methods and identify areas (if any) needing improvement or alternatives in order to meet or exceed NEASC accreditation standards (especially standard 7: Library and other information resources and standard 4.6) and plan for future initiatives or IL curricular integration. Continue reading