CAPPA Information Services Committee
Charge: Promote the free flow of information and communication within the CAPPA community. In addition, the committee provides oversight for all publications and electronic communication functions distributed to the membership, excluding the Annual Report. This includes the CAPPA Newsletter, the CAPPA Website, and membership brochures as well as assist all officers and committees of the association, as requested, to develop and disseminate data and information relevant to the membership.
Requires: 2 reps from Members-at-Large, 1 rep from Membership Committee,
1 rep from Professional Development, 1 rep from Newsletter, 1 rep from Historian
|Newsletter Editor||Jenny Cundiff||OK|
|Professional Development||Ben Boslaugh||MO|
|Communications Coordinator||Peter Palacios||TX|
Charge/Expectations/Responsibilities for Committee Members
The Information Services Committee’s key role is to facilitate communication and increase the visibility of the CAPPA organization. Our charge is to continually evaluate and improve the technology for CAPPA and its offerings. As part of the charge, the members need to think creatively and innovate in the adoption of technology in support of CAPPA
EXPECTATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF COMMITTEE MEMBERS
The Chair of the Committee is responsible for ensuring the Committee charge is executed. The Committee members include two representatives from CAPPA members-at-large, and one representative from each of the following committees: Membership Committee, Professional Development, Newsletter, and Historian.
It is the expectation that committee members will participate in establishing the direction for Information Services in use by CAPPA. Committee members will also assist in maintaining CAPPA websites, mailing lists and applications. Committee members should notify their institutions and colleagues of educational programming timetables and encourage participation.
Each committee member should strive to attend the CAPPA annual meeting and CAPPA technology conference. Each committee member should commit to professional development in the information services area.