Inaugural Meeting of the F.D. Bluford Library Student Advisory Council
Greensboro, N.C. January 19, 2012
F.D. Bluford Library hosted a meeting of its newly formed student advisory board, formally referred to as LSAC, Library Student Advisory Council. LSAC is a part of the vision of F.D. Bluford Library’s new dean, Vicki Coleman.
Upon joining the university last fall, Dean Coleman realized the importance of enlisting the aid of students in helping the library keep abreast of the ever-changing needs of our diverse student body. The LSAC, comprised of both undergraduate and graduate students, will assist in providing insight on our policies, services, procedures, our acquisitions, and on the overall effectiveness of the library as a vital component of N.C. A&T State University. At the first meeting held last October, the students were full of ideas regarding what worked well, in addition to areas that needed improvement. Other topics explored included computer use, security, technology, marketing, and most popular, refreshments in the library.
Students who wish to become a part of LSAC or who want to learn more about the organization can visit the library website, http://www.library.ncat.edu/advise or contact LSAC facilitator, Nastasha Johnson at 336.285.4185.