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The SLC spring meeting took place in a hybrid environment yesterday (June 7th).

The morning was spent with updates from OLIS and SLS and the SLC Board. In the afternoon there were presentations on the DLE migration and on the Women in Technology initiative from Holly Heller-Ross. The remainder of the afternoon was spent on the topic of whether or not the SLC should continue to be an organization. Sectors met and held discussions and then the whole group reconvened to share back and discuss as a whole. The consensus was that the entire membership would need to come to a vote, but that there should be time and investigation on a few points first. The vote will be called at the fall meeting in November. In the meantime, there will be a special election for one Board position that has been opened up and for one position that will be added - these will be specifically held for Community College/Tech sector and Comprehensive College seats. This is to round out the Board as the current make-up with the new incoming members is all Doctoral campuses from Binghamton and Buffalo.

Minutes from the Board meetings this year can be found at the SLC LibGuide: https://slcny.libguides.com/slc/minutes
Minutes from the spring meeting will be added in the next week.

Respectfully,
Carrie Fishner

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The committee has not met recently.

After the last Council meeting it was decided that the committee would become a sub-committee under the Professional Development committee, and move from a stand alone ad hoc.

The committee will work on redefining our charge and developing a list of priorities and goals for the next year. Those attending the SUNYLA conference may meet in person during the SIG time to start this conversation, however the committee will be convening in August to start this discussion officially. If anyone is interested in joining please reach out to Carrie Fishner (fishnecj@delhi.edu).

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We had our 3rd annual (after a 2 year hiatus due to COVID) Library Con on April 24th. The event was well attended and feedback from attendees was positive, with many asking about our next event. We are already planning for next fall!

Librarians Carrie Fishner and Sarah Meisch-Lacombe partnered with History Professor Terry Hamblin's New York History class to develop an interactive display and exhibit on immigration pertaining to New York and its residents in April and May. Students developed an exhibit, a LibGuide, a poster, and an interactive map for campus community members.

Steve Dixon has a forthcoming article for Library Journal on building a collection around soccer.

Scholarly Communications Librarian Jenny Collins has been working closely with several nursing faculty to develop new OER offerings in the department, including a revised edition of the Death and Dying textbook.

The Resnick Library is excited to welcome Kate Fitz-Henry who will be joining our team in July as the new Electronic Resources & Systems Librarian.

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The SLC Board is planning the spring meeting for June 6 & 7th to coincide with the SUNYLA Annual Conference this year.
A draft agenda is being developed, and will be forthcoming.

There are 3 seats on the SLC board that will be open for new members. A call for nominations will be coming out at the beginning of April, with elections to follow. To find out more about the board and the policies, please see this guide. https://slcny.libguides.com/slc

OLIS and CPD will be rolling out a new Leadership course next year, more information will be coming on that at the spring meeting. It is developed loosely off of the Sienna program and a few others.

The Elsevier/Science Direct Taskforce has been created and is working on the next renewal for the SUNY contract. SUNY Connect Taskforce is working on the EBSCO renewal as well.

Respectfully,
Carrie Fishner

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The Promotion & Tenure ad hoc committee will be looking to meet at the annual conference during the SIG/Committee meeting times, and will not be presenting this year.

We are hoping to gather some more information and ideas on what the membership would like to see from this committee and how we can be of service.

Members are always welcome, just let Carrie Fishner know you would like to be added to the committee list (fishnecj@delhi.edu).

Respectfully,
Carrie Fishner,
Chair

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Delhi's Resnick Library is preparing for our 3rd annual Library Con: "One Library Con to rule them all" to be held on April 24th beginning at 4pm. We had a 2 year hiatus due to the pandemic and are very excited to bring back this event for our students.

A new applied learning partnership with one of our faculty and their New York History course has just begun, to culminate in an interactive library display the week of April 18th. This was conceived after the Resnick Library hosted the SCRLC traveling exhibit, "Immigration in New York State, 1650-1950" which the class came over for with a librarian discussion.

A search is underway to welcome a new Electronic Resources and Systems Librarian to the team at the Resnick Library. We hope to have someone onboard to start over the summer.

Respectfully,
Carrie Fishner, Delegate

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January 21, 2022 Council Meeting @ SUNY Delhi / SLC liaison report
« on: January 20, 2022, 10:02:47 PM »
The Board continues to have regular meetings, discussing items as needed and brought forward by the membership and from OLIS.

The Science Direct contract will be coming up for negotiation, there is a team that has been put together to work on it.

Cori Wilhelm has left Canton to begin working at OLIS as Program Manager. She is currently reaching to library directors and trying to meet with as many as she can to find out how libraries are doing, what they need/what obstacles they are facing, and how OLIS/SLS can best help.

There will be two positions opening up on the board this spring - nominations will open up in March. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to a current Board member and we are happy to discuss the commitment.

Respectfully,
Carrie


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January 21, 2022 Council Meeting @ SUNY Delhi / Delhi Update
« on: January 20, 2022, 09:28:27 PM »
Delhi Campus Update

SUNY Delhi will be losing Librarian Amanda Calabrese in February as she pursues new career opportunities. We wish her all the best!

Delhi hopes to be posting for a new E-Resources and Systems Librarian in the near future.

Library staff are anxiously awaiting the arrival of students this semester, and are busy planning programming and instruction to continue engaging with students in a variety of ways.

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The SLC fall meeting is Wed. Nov 17th 9-noon. The draft agenda is posted, with links

A few highlights: SUNY is moving away from Workplace and the SLC board is supporting the recommendation by OLIS and SLS to move the libraries back to Basecamp for now. SUNY has a few other options for the system they are working on moving forward, but we will wait until the kinks have been worked out.

The Board would like to meet concurrently with the SUNYLA conference again this year, as they were unable to last year.

There will be two spots on the board opening up this year, so please consider running for a position.

Submitted by Carrie Fishner

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No report at this time

-Carrie Fishner, Chair

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September 17, 2021 Council Meeting @ MVCC / Re: Treasurer's Report
« on: September 15, 2021, 10:46:53 AM »
The 2021 conference bank account currently has $7,212.45 in it. I will need to close that and get a check to you, Greg.
-Carrie

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September 17, 2021 Council Meeting @ MVCC / Promotion & Tenure ad hoc
« on: September 15, 2021, 10:43:14 AM »
The Promotion & Tenure Ad Hoc committee hosted another successful pre-conference session during the Annual Conference in June. We had a great turn-out for a late Friday conference session, so thank you to everyone who attended. There was great conversation and questions, and we seemed to really be able to offer a lot of support to our colleagues through this program.

We are currently looking at the next steps we can take as a committee, beyond offering these programs at annual. We have been in talks with the Professional Development Committee and the LIS Student subcommittee of Membership to look at reviving the SUNYLA Mentorship program.

If anyone is interested in joining our small committee, please reach out to me - Carrie Fishner, fishnecj@delhi.edu

Respectfully, Carrie F., Chair

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September 17, 2021 Council Meeting @ MVCC / Re: Campus Updates
« on: September 14, 2021, 09:38:42 AM »
SUNY Delhi has a few staffing updates to share:
Katelyn Baroody has left us to move back to New Orleans, and has taken on a Head Librarian role at Nunez Community College.
We are pleased to announce that we will be welcoming Sarah Meisch-Lacombe to Delhi in October in the role of Outreach & Assessment Librarian.
Jenny Collins will be out on leave for the fall 2021 semester.

The library will be getting a new elevator (yay!), however it will necessitate the old elevator to be non-operational for about 2 months during the semester beginning Sept. 27th (boo!).

Thank you to everyone who attended the 2021 Annual conference, we hope you enjoyed your taste of Delhi, and that one day you get to visit us in person!

Respectfully,
Carrie Fishner

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The Promotion & Tenure ad hoc committee is sponsoring a Workshop during the annual conference on Friday afternoon at 3:30pm.

If anyone would like to join the committee, please email Carrie at fishnecj@delhi.edu. Goals of the committee for the short term will be to identify next steps that will benefit the community, beyond offering the popular annual sessions during the conference.

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June 16, 2021 Council Meeting @ VIRTUAL (Annual) / SLC Update
« on: June 16, 2021, 09:48:32 AM »
The SLC Board is finalizing the agenda for the joint SLC and OLIS meeting to be held virtually on Thursday June 24th from 9am-Noon. There will be a first hour for updates, then sector break out meetings, followed by a third hour of large group discussion. Topics to be discussed include priorities of the SUNY Libraries and creating better lines of communication.

There is currently one open SLC Board position for which we are seeking nominations, due by Friday June 18th. This position is due to a Board resignation, and will be a 2-year seat to fill the remainder of the term. Nominations can be submitted here:
 https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc-vh2vZkK6CrXfwxKhpZrwHDTmLtfacVaNzkE5gDEr4cDApQ/viewform 



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