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Jeff Gima , AMICAL Director. AMICAL Conference 2011. Who are AMICAL’s members? Institutions. Criteria Bachelors degree programs (or higher) Accredited in U.S . Liberal arts curriculum Not for profit Levels: Full Members Affiliate Members Consortial Partner Institutions.

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Jeff Gima, AMICAL Director

AMICAL Conference

2011


Who are AMICAL’s members?Institutions

Criteria

  • Bachelors degree programs (or higher)

  • Accredited in U.S.

  • Liberal arts curriculum

  • Not for profit

    Levels:

  • Full Members

  • Affiliate Members

  • ConsortialPartner Institutions


Who are AMICAL’s members?Individuals

  • Librarians

  • IT and instructional technology staff

  • Faculty members

  • Administrators


Where are AMICAL members located?


When was AMICAL created?

  • 2004

    • initial planning meeting at AUP

    • letter of intent to cooperate


When was AMICAL created?

  • 2006

    • Membership agreement + Operational guidelines


Why was AMICAL created?

AMICAL’s mission: to advance learning, teaching and research through the collaborative development of library and information services and curricular resources at member institutions.


How does AMICAL do its work?

  • Funding

    • Mellon Foundation: core operating expenses + programs

    • Member fees: additional expenses + workshops

  • Administrative work

    • Hosted at American University of Paris

    • 1 grant-funded employee (Director)

  • Collaborative work

    • Annual conferences

    • Workshops

    • Virtual collaboration: email, Skype, etc.


What does AMICAL do?

  • Consortial purchasing (of databases and library services)

  • Staff and faculty development

  • OCLC-RESPOND library services

  • Consulting on library/IT/curricular goals 

  • Collection of comparative data (benchmarking) on libraries, IT services, technology in the curriculum


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