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CITLAR - Committee on Information Technology, Library and Academic Resources
CITLAR review, discuss and make recommendations concerning strategies, policies and services relating to academic use of technology, information technology, and library services and resources.
Voting members: one representative from each academic unit; Vice Provost for IST & CIO and University Librarian
Non-voting members: 6 professional library staff, 6 professional IT staff, one representative from ITMS, one undergraduate selected by the Student Senate, one graduate student selected by the Graduate Student Association, one faculty representative from the voting membership of the Faculty Senate, appointed by the President of the Faculty Senate. As needed: one representative from the Institutional Research Office.
Vice Provost and Chief Information Officer, Kamalika Sandell
University Librarian, Ann Hoang
Applied Engineering and Technology, David Washington