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XJTLU Library Committees

Welcome to the LibGuide for Library Committee!

Library committees are a fairly common entity in the world of libraries, and can be found in various configurations. Committees have been described as “a specialized structure designed to allow people to exchange ideas under constraints of time”. Committees also have been regarded as a tool of library management for library leaders and other librarians to have an idea of what they can accomplish and when they might advantageously be put in place. For the most part, committees in academic libraries tend to address specific questions, or are formed for a particular purpose.

Library Committees

 

University-level 

Library Affairs Committee (LAC)


Planning and Monitoring Level 

Library Management Committee


Operation/Executive Level

Library Collection Development Committee          Library Student Liaison Committee          Library Professional Development Committee

Library Marketing Committee                                Library Assessment Committee                Library Emerging Technology Working Group

Library Operational Meeting