What is the CCL?

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edited August 2018 in Library Services Platform


  • Doug_Achterman
    edited August 2018

    The Council of Chief Librarians (CCL) is a professional organization that exists to support the work of California’s community college librarians and library programs.  Its purpose is to represent, promote and advance libraries in public California community college education; to provide a vehicle for communication, discussion and collaboration among libraries; to provide opportunities for professional development, training and leadership development for library leaders and other librarians; and to support data collection, analysis and dissemination for the purpose of good public policy development.  

    CCL has actively promoted purchase of a statewide LSP for several years and has been an ongoing partner with the CCC Technology Center in the selection and planning for a new LSP.