Updated and approved: August 2015 by the Web Advisory Committee.
I. The Web Advisory Committee is a standing Committee of the Library Council
- Communications Librarian
- Head, Faculty and Student Engagement
- Student Engagement Librarian
- Digital Coordinator Librarian
- User Experience Librarian
- Representative from Access and Information Services (1)
- Representative from Collection Development (1)
- Representative from the Instruction in Library Use Committee (1)
- Representative from LibGuides (1)
- Representative from the Map & Data Library (1)
- Representative from OISE/UT Library (1)
- Representative from the Reference Services Committee (1)
- Representative from the Robarts Reference Department (1)
- Representative from the Scholarly Communications and Copyright Office (1)
- Representative from the Science Libraries (3)
- Representative from Social Media (1)
- Representative from UTM (1)
- Representative from UTSC (1)
- Representative from each non-central library wishing to participate
Members are appointed by the head of their library or unit in the fall of each year.
Members shall serve a one year term with re-appointment possible. They shall elect their own chairperson annually.
III. Terms of Reference
- To ensure the University of Toronto Libraries' web presence and library-generated content is consistent with the Libraries' mission statement and current strategic plan, and supports University of Toronto's teaching, learning, and research values.
- To consider, agree upon, and implement strategies, initiatives, and tasks that support the provision of a user-focused, usable, and unified online presence for the University of Toronto Libraries.
- To identify, share, and discuss information related to the management of online spaces, including but not limited to content management, usability, accessibility, design, and/or current trends in the field.
- To provide a venue for communication, collaboration, and knowledge sharing among colleagues on the topic of the Libraries' web presence and library-generated content, and related issues.
- To meet regularly, at least eight times a year.
- To report annually to Library Council.