About the Librarians’ Assembly
The Librarians’ Assembly of the Z. Smith Reynolds Library supports and encourages the professional development of and collegial interaction among the librarians of the Z. Smith Reynolds Library. It also seeks to advance the professional welfare of the library faculty. The Assembly provides a forum for the discussion of issues of concern and mutual interest to the librarians, and opportunities for further training and development.
The Assembly is composed of librarians and other professionals appointed to regular library faculty, visiting library faculty, and library lecturer positions. The library faculty are governed in accordance with generally accepted faculty standards and processes. This governance includes peer review for promotion and continued appointment of all regular library faculty and library lecturers. Library faculty are non-tenured, with term employment contract.
Members of the Assembly are active professionally and contribute to librarianship, sharing their knowledge and expertise.
See also the library’s Professional Development blog.
If you have any questions, please Ask a Librarian at 336-758-5475.