Attendees: Celia Brockenbrough (RCC Norco Campus), Gale Burrow (Claremont), Judith Downie (CSU San Marcos), Nancy Getty (UC Riverside), Chad Kahl (CSU Los Angeles), Angelynn King (University of Redlands), Judy Lee (UC Riverside), Sarah McDaniel (USC), Deborah Moore (Glendale Community College), Debbi Renfrow (National University), Amy Wallace (UC San Diego)
Treasury now at $3,300. Judy Lee contacted the CARL President about sCILs future use of the funds once it was turned over to the CARL treasury. The request was acknowledged and agreed to by CARL President John McGinnis. Judy Lee will send a check for the sCIL treasury and letter to Vicki Rosen, the CARL Treasurer, with copies to Gale Burrow, Chad Kahl, and John McGinnis.
Debra Gilchrist is coming 6/21/02. We will cap registration at 70 people. A site for the program needs to be finalized (Chapman? Irvine?). Gale will send a "save the date" message to the listserv. We need to set registration costs and timeline over email. The program should be publicized with fliers at the LAUC Spring Assembly and at the CARL Conference.
In order to avoid redundancy with the Immersion curriculum, Deb proposed that attendees come in "teams" with a project currently in existence, then write objectives and a plan for their project in terms of Information Literacy. We will ask Deb to compose a message to attendees with additional details on the type of materials that would be appropriate.
Deborah Moore has plugged all three sites information into a table and sent each site their own information for corrections and verification. ACRL has two other groups interested in sponsoring regional programs in 2003, and is expecting our proposal but not soliciting further proposals.
Judy Lee discussed insurance for the IIL with the CARL President: insurance needs to be negotiated separately for each event. However, CARL has indicated its willingness to handle this responsibility. ALA takes 20% of registration for administrative costs when they handle registration. sCIL, as well as CARL, would prefer to handle registration locally. ALA may be interested in this proposal as part of a move to "federalize" the regional programs. Well indicate our willingness to pilot a less centralized approach.
Attendees discussed revisions to the proposal and cover letter written by Judy Lee. Judy Lee will forward the latest version of the proposal document to John McGinnis, who will distribute it to selected members of the CARL Board for comments.
The next meeting will be 5/17/02 at Cerritos Community College.