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Assessing the FLITE Strategic Plan: 4.3 Investigate how some positions should change (i.e. using ACRL Standards, library trends, SWOT analyses, university priorities, faculty experience, student needs)
This is in progress now (ties with 4.2). Examples include the Optometry and Life Sciences Librarian, the Technology Integration Web Services Librarian, and now that we have finished the staff conversations, we’ll work on the vacant CT position in CAS.
NO MEASURES HAVE BEEN DECIDED ON YET
Library employees understand and can articulate their own and others’ roles.
Library employees have an annual work plan as part of their major functional teams.
Library employees understand and can articulate how their position furthers teams’ plans and the library’s strategic plan, helps the library meet or exceed user expectations, etc.
Library employees understand and can articulate how decisions get made in the library.
Library employees report feeling engaged in and valued for their work and valuable to the library.
Library employees have an annual professional development plan.
Statistics from RIS (can inform workload)
Statistics from CAS (can inform workload)
Top trends in academic libraries
Use the May 2017 Committee Report-Outs about the work being done in FLITE.
Have a discussion at the August 2017 All-College Meeting about library top trends
Rubrics/Questions Used to Determine Score
Were library personnel engaged in conversations about these issues?
How useful/informative were they?
What feedback was gathered?
How many positions changed as results of this analysis?
Duty roster developed for the vacant CAS position
Data Collector & Frequency
[Note: Scott Garrison and Carrie Donovan are no longer employed by FLITE. March 2019]