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Cornell University Library All Staff Meeting Anne R. Kenney Interim University Librarian Feb 26, 2007 9:30-10:30 Feb 27, 2007 1:30-2:30.

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1 Cornell University Library All Staff Meeting Anne R. Kenney Interim University Librarian Feb 26, :30-10:30 Feb 27, :30-2:30

2 What I’ll Cover Interim administrative structure Goals Time for questions and comments

3 Search for University Librarian

4 Interim Administrative Structure Public Services Administration PSEC, chaired by Pat Schafer PSA Cabinet, chaired by Xin Li Asia Curators Council, chaired by Greg Green Library Administration LMT Administrative team UL support group

5 LMT Membership Karen Calhoun Lee Cartmill Joanne Davenport Elaine Engst Claire Germain Anne Kenney Susan Markowitz Ellen Marsh Janet McCue Jean Poland Carolyn Reid John Saylor Ed Weissmann

6 Library Administration Administrative Team Karen Calhoun (chair) Lee Cartmill Anne Kenney Janet McCue Ed Weissman UL Support Group Michelle Eastman Joanne Davenport Susan Markowitz Ellen Marsh Ed Weissman

7 Goals for the Interim Maintain momentum on key initiatives Promote the campaign Champion Olin renovation Connect Ithaca/Weill Medical libraries Engage staff

8 Maintaining Momentum: What is it? LSD P2P WebFeat DPubs Data Mart

9 Maintaining Momentum: What is this? LSD a) Library’s drug rehab program b) New name for Rt. 34 (Lake Shore Drive) c) Large scale digitization

10 Maintaining Momentum: What is this? LSD a) Library’s drug rehab program b) New name for Rt. 34 (Lake Shore Drive) c) Large scale digitization LSD Team: Oya Rieger (chair), Jon Corson- Rikert, Barbara Eden, Peter Hirtle, Jim LeBlanc, Deb Schmidle

11 Maintaining Momentum: What is this? P2P a) Peer to peer b) Something naughty c) Planning to Plan

12 Maintaining Momentum: What is this? P2P a) Peer to peer b) Something naughty c) Planning to Plan P2P Group: Angela Horne (Chair), Eric Acree, Bonna Boettcher, Bethany Silfer, Keith Jenkins, Gordon Law, Jim LeBlanc, and Susette Newberry

13 Maintaining Momentum: What is this? WebFeat a) Vet Library/Lab of O collaboration on mallards b) Internet olympics c) Federated search engine

14 Maintaining Momentum: What is this? WebFeat a) Vet Library/Lab of O collaboration on mallards b) Internet olympics c) Federated search engine WebFeat Implementation Team: Zsuzsa Koltay and Marty Kurth (co- chairs), Adam Chandler, Randi Kepecs, Melissa Kuo, Maureen Morris, Nathan Rupp, Gail Steinhart, Kizer Walker

15 Maintaining Momentum: What is this? DPubs a) German publisher b) Virtual tavern c) Open source publishing software

16 Maintaining Momentum: What is this? DPubs a) German publisher b) Virtual tavern c) Open source publishing software Participants: Terry Ehling, Oya Rieger, David Ruddy

17 Maintaining Momentum: What is this? Data Mart a) Virtual Cornell Library Store b) Kmart’s answer to WalMart c) Proposed CUL data repository for qualitative and quantitative information on library operations

18 Maintaining Momentum: What is this? Data Mart a) Virtual Cornell Library Store b) Kmart’s answer to WalMart c) Proposed CUL data repository for qualitative and quantitative information on library operations David Banush, with assistance from RAU colleagues Ellie Buckley, Rich Entlich, Xin Li, and Linda Miller

19 Maintaining Momentum: Other Initiatives Get It arXiv Blackboard Information Fluency Vision Team Scholarly Communication Vivo Plus Data Curation

20 The Campaign $60 million target for CUL Students Faculty Programs

21 Olin Renovation HVAC and life safety Responding to user needs Schematic Phase design Survey of Olin users CF&PC April meeting Once upon a time I dreamt of a place I could call home. I believe I have found that place. Undergraduate, Physics

22 Connect Ithaca/Weill Med Libraries Data gathering, faculty interviews Issues: license restrictions, Weill/Tri I partnership, 2 catalogs, authentication, funding, coordination Report to Skorton June 1 Steering committee: Janet McCue, Jean Poland, Carolyn Reid, Ed Weissman (chair) Working group: Kris Alpi, Mark Funk, Adam Chandler, Erla Heyns, Bill Kara, Holly Mistlebauer, Leah Solla

23 Engaging Staff Whether in administration, extension, research, teaching or many other areas of our academic and programmatic lives, the staff is critical to the university's foundation. Are we doing what is needed to become the employer we aspire to be? Do our administrative procedures result in fair treatment of all employees, including recognition and rewards, professional development and work/life balance? Do we respond appropriately to the needs of dual-career couples? Does our campus climate support employee diversity? Are our employees' voices clearly heard in the dialogue creating the future of Cornell? David Skorton, Inaugural Address, Sept 7, 2006

24 CUL Excels in Many Categories Excellence in Academic Libraries award, 2002 ACRL 9 th in ARL rankings, st in seniors’ satisfaction, st among peers in LibQual 2005 results 14 th best library, 2007 Princeton Review

25 Cornell Ranked as Best Employer Among 100 top employers for working mothers (Working Mother magazine, 2006) 5 th best for workers over 50 (AARP, 2006) Recognized for individuals with disabilities (NYS Vocational and Educational Services, 2006) 16 th best for post docs to work (The Scientist, 2006) Honorable mention for veteran hiring (GI Jobs Publisher)  Ithaca is No. 1 city for knowledge workers (Expansion Management magazine, 2006)  Wegmans 3 rd in Fortune’s 100 best places to work (Google #1)

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27 Making CUL The Place to Work Create and assess baseline data Innovation without Burnout report Well-Being at Work survey University-wide engagement survey Conduct regular CUL staff engagement survey,evaluate change over time, and adjust accordingly

28 Making CUL The Place to Work Improve two-way communication Clear vision, goals No black holes Inside CUL Monthly brown bags Office hours Feedback/suggestions mechanisms

29 Making CUL The Place to Work Encourage performance excellence KSA Targeted training Succession planning Resource allocation Eliminating barriers Assessment, yearly measures, benchmarks (Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence)

30 Making CUL The Place to Work Have fun, too!

31 Questions? Comments?


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