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- Develop a sense of investment and ownership in the library spaces, services and resources for students
- Develop an ongoing process for feedback from students about specific issues
- Communicate changes in the library in order to progress towards more student-centered service design
Why be involved with the Library Services Review Board (LSRB)?
- Be involved in your library - share your voice and provide feedback
- Learn about upcoming new resources, services, events and changes
- Build community and meet students
- Great for your resume!
How is the LSRB run?
- The LSRB is led by two student facilitators who are library employees. They recruit new board members, design the newsletter, create agendas, facilitate meetings and coordinate with presenters. One library staff member serves as an advisor and is present at the meetings.
How often does the LSRB meet?
- Once per term, three times a school year
What do the meetings look like?
- LSRB meetings typically run for an hour and a half. The agenda varies, but there are frequently presentations or activities led by library faculty/staff on services, resources and the library space.