30  ·  Survey Results:  Survey Questions and Responses
Position Title Reports to Comments
Director of Planning, Assessment, and
Research
University Librarian Public Services division also has
significant responsibilities related to user
experience design and assessment.
Director of Project Management and
Assessment
Associate Dean of the University Libraries We are in the process of finalizing
an assessment plan, developed in
collaboration with team leaders
(department head equivalents) that will
guide our activities over the next 3 to 5
years.
Director of Public Relations Dean of Libraries At this time, the library does not have a
designated position, but coordination of
much outreach and assessment of those
efforts falls to the above position.
Director, Assessment and Planning Senior Associate Dean of Libraries This position provides support and
coordination as needed but user
experience activities occur throughout
the organization and often are led by
those individuals and/or groups closest to
the specific issue. For example, usability
is under the aegis of our Web Services
person.
Director, Partnerships and Outreach
Programs
Associate Librarian for Library Services
Director, User Experience Associate Dean for Library Technologies
Faculty Director for Library Information
Technology
Associate Director for Administrative
Services
Even though we list this position, there is
not much of a coordinated effort. This is
mostly project-based for us.
First Year Experience Librarian Head, Instructional Services Yes, the effort is shared. The FYE
Librarian leads the effort for freshmen
and for undergraduates more broadly.
Head Library Learning Services Associate Dean of University Park
Libraries
Head of Collection Management Associate Director for Library Services and
Collections
Head of the User Experience Department Associate University Librarian for Library
Information Technology
Head of UX office AUL for Public Services The head of the UX office was formerly
the bibliographer for Physics, Math,
Astronomy, and Statistics, and still
performs those duties.
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