Are you a JCU undergraduate student interested in your JCU Library?
Can you attend 3 meetings per year?
If so, complete the online form: Library Advisory Committee Student Representative Expression of Interest by 5pm on Friday 8 March 2013.
The Library Advisory Committee is an advisory committee to the Director, Library and Information Services and provides a forum for open discussion of matters relating to the Library and its services to the University community.
TESTIMONIAL – From the JCU Undergraduate Student Representative 2011-2012
“Serving on the Library Advisory Committee gave me an insight into how a professional organisation plans, coordinates and considers its budget and responsibilities. Completing your degree is one thing but being part of this kind of committee is supplementary, offering experience of professional negotiations and conduct. Additionally the library is the central cog in university life which all students will use one way or another. So having insight into your own library and having the opportunity to raise any relevant questions or issues from a student perspective is an excellent way of becoming part of the wider university community. The Library Advisory Committee is not a huge commitment only meeting three times a year but it is an excellent supplement to any undergraduate’s experience.”
Any questions, contact Carolyn Tredrea, Committee Secretary.