IGeLU Working Groups open positions

August 31, 2014

Call for candidates

The following IGeLU Working Groups have open positions and kindly ask YOU to volunteer:

The SFX Product Working Group is seeking volunteers to serve two-year terms as PWG members. The PWG operates under the auspices of the IGeLU Steering Committee and is charged with organizing the SFX enhancement process, communicating product information to SFX customers and advocating for SFX  users with Ex Libris. Candidates must work at an IGeLU member institution which licenses SFX.
The time commitment typically is less than two hours per month, usually in the form of conference calls. Attendance at the IGeLU conference, while desirable, is not required.
If you want more information or offer to volunteer please contact Bas Vat, the SFX PWG coordinator at b.vat@library.leidenuniv.nl.

The joint IGeLU/ELUNA Special Interest Working Group on product interoperability is soliciting nominations from IGeLU and ELUNA members to fill two open positions in the group.
If you are interested, or know someone who might be, please contact Rich Wenger, the Deputy coordinator of Interoperability SIWG at rwenger@mit.edu by the 10th of September 2014.
More information about the SIWG can be found here.

The Primo/Metalib Product Working Group is searching one MetaLib officer. The MetaLib officer focuses on MetaLib and MetaLib+ enhancements. Candidates must work at an IGeLU member institution which licenses MetaLib.
For more information and expressing your ambitions to volunteer please contact Christian Haenger, the Primo/MetaLib PWG coordinator at christian.haenger@bib.uni-mannheim.de.

According with the IGeLU statute the positions of Aleph Product Working Group Coordinator and one Deputy Coordinator are open for 2014-2016.
Fortunately, Marcus Zerbst has agreed to continue in his role as Deputy Coordinator and Augusto Ribeiro is also available to continue as Coordinator.
If you are interested in standing for one of both positions or would like more information regarding these positions, please contact Augusto Ribeiro, the Aleph PWG Coordinator at augusto.ribeiro@kcl.ac.uk.

The joint ELUNA and IGeLU ALMA Product Working Group continues to look for potential members from non-English speaking countries.
If you want more information or offer to volunteer please contact Betsy Friesen, the ALMA PWG coordinator at b-frie@umn.edu.

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