ACRL-NJ/NJLA CUS seeks nominations for two positions on the Executive Board. Nominees will be selected by the Executive Board.
We want to thank Denise O'Shea for her service. She has served actively in ACRL-NJ/NJLA CUS leadership since 2009 starting in the role of Technology Chair, then serving as Vice President, President, Past-President, NJLA Executive Board Representative, and finally Website Liaison. And thank you to Adriana Mamay, who has served as our Legislative representative since 2013. She will continue her service in a new role as the ACRL-NJ/NJLA CUS Honors & Awards Liaison.
Legislative Representative : Are you an enthusiastic supporter of library legislation? The Legislative Representative informs the membership about relevant library-related legislation happening nationally and in New Jersey. This is done by maintaining and updating the
Legislative Updates section of the ACRL-NJ/NJLA CUS website and sending out email notifications to the ACRL-NJ/NJLA CUS listserv.
Website Liaison: Do you have a passion for improving the usability of sites, helping others with technology, and a knack for figuring out systems? The Website Liaison has the following duties: update ACRL-NJ/NJLA CUS homepage with general news; post the newsletter; manage the Executive Board listserv; set permissions and assign roles for user accounts; assist users with troubleshooting problems with logins, passwords, roles and permissions. The website liaison is a member of the Marketing & Outreach Committee and collaborates with members to improve our marketing & outreach efforts via the ACRL-NJ/NJLA CUS website and assists with updating and maintaining our social media accounts and coordinates training led by James Keebhler (NJLA Webmaster).
Self-nominations are welcome. Please send an email to President, Heather Dalal (email@example.com), with nomination in the subject. Include a brief statement of your interest for either position. Both positions would be expected to attend (or send a report to) 5 online meetings and 4 in-person meetings annually