Georgia College's Library and Instructional Technology Center (LITC) prepares inquisitive academics to thrive in an information-intensive and diverse global community by identifying, collecting and providing access to resources, developing learning-centered services and by providing instruction and expert support in a learning-rich environment. By creating a culture of innovation and a space for collaboration and development, LITC faculty and staff seek to impart the skills necessary for success.
Vision Statement: Executive Summary
The Georgia College library seeks to support Georgia College’s vision to secure itself among the ranks of top liberal arts universities in the nation. Focusing on our ongoing collaboration with the student body, the library will continue to develop knowledge and skills of both our faculty and staff in order to enhance our institution's clarity of services offered. We look to reach out not only to our students but also to the community for the fostering of new collaborations and programs which can serve the greater good of both. The Georgia College library will hold dear the mission statement and continue to tirelessly pursue innovative models which optimize sustainability for our future as an entity of the university and community, as we remain flexible and dynamic in the changing world of academia.
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These bylaws shall serve as a guiding governing document for Ina Dillard Russell Library, known as the Library and Instructional Technology Center, referred to hereafter as the Library.These bylaws shall establish the Library’s shared governance system and explain organization of faculty and staff of the Library. These bylaws are established in alignment with the Georgia College & State University Statutes and the policies of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.
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The library is experimenting in an effort to create a new paradigm extending the boundaries of the information ecology by restructuring services and physical and virtual space focused on the learning needs of our students, faculty and staff in order to provide a continuum of services, a blending of staff knowledge and skills, and referral to appropriate areas of expertise.
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