Notes from the November 18, 2004 Staff Meeting to Review the CUL Priority Objectives for 2005-2006
Staff, Cornell University Library
This is a PDF Web Archive of the November 18, 2004 Staff Meeting to review the CUL Priority Objectives for 2005-2006. The objectiv es covered are: Objective 1. Develop an Integrated Framework for CUL's Digital Collections. Objective 2. Build an OAIS-Compliant System for Managing Cornell's Digital Assets. Objective 3. Work with faculty and librarians to develop strategies to incorporate information fluency competencies into the curriculum at all levels. Objective 4. Effectively market the library's products and services and expand outreach and communication to new and underrepresented constituencies. Objective 5. Secure the resources to meet CUL's goals and objectives. Objective 6. Expand and coordiante document delivery services to facilitate use of both digital and analog information. Objective 7. Operate an electronic publishing program capable of systematic production and distribution of journals, monographs, and multimedia compositions and foster alternatives to conventional publishing. Objective 8. Respond to the crisis in scholarly communication by clarifying alternatives for publishing outlets for faculty and others at the University. Objective 9. Identify the skills and resources needed for library innovation and develop new competencies by training and recruiting.
Cornell University Library
priority objectives; discussion groups; Cornell University Library; digital collections; oais; information fluency; marketing & outreach; secure resources; document delivery; electronic publishing; scholarly communication; identify skills
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