What is LSAC?
The Libraries Student Advisory Committee (LSAC) is a chance for students to get involved in the decision making processes that guide the enhancement of learning spaces and library services.
Libraries advance intellectual discovery and connect people with knowledge. They are interactive, interdisciplinary spaces for scholarship where technology and information come together. We need student help to do it right!
Contacts & Facebook
Contact Anne Davis or Linda Whang with questions about LSAC.
Who is LSAC?
LSAC are undergraduate students from across UW departments and disciplines.
Join us! Undergraduates, contact Anne Davis or Linda Whang.
Members of LSAC
- LSAC helped create an online photo tour of the Libraries for incoming UW freshmen.
- The Director of Libraries Space Planning consulted with LSAC on the design and location of student spaces in Suzzallo/Allen Library.
- The Director of Assessment and Planning consulted with LSAC on the development of the undergraduate portion of the Libraries triennial survey.
- The Head of Web Services took LSAC members' advice on significant changes to the UW Libraries website.
- Undergraduate librarians from across the U.S. asked LSAC members about their library experiences.
- LSAC received an annual sum of money to purchase materials for Odegaard Library—they chose to create a ‘study abroad’ collection that is located on the first floor of Odegaard. Check it out!
How LSAC helps the UW Libraries ....
- Provide student perspectives on policies, services, collections, and spaces.
- Participate in the development of surveys and other assessment tools.
- Serve on panels at library events such as InForum.
- Represent UW Libraries at local meetings and conferences.