Strategic Action Group 2: Access, Discovery & Infrastructure (SAG2)

SAG2 Charge (March 3, 2014) [PDF]

Overview

Strategic Action Group 2 (SAG2) is charged by the Council of University Librarians to make decisions for the University of California Libraries’ shared services and collaborative activities in the functional areas defined below. SAG2 is a component of the advisory structure of the University of California Libraries, established by the Council of University Librarians in July 2013.

Key Responsibilities

SAG2 proposes projects and services in support of the UC Libraries’ systemwide priorities and strategic plan as articulated by the Council of University Librarians’ “Systemwide Plan and Priorities”.

The SAG2 functional portfolio includes strategies, services, and tools in the following areas:

  • Discovery
  • Access
  • Digital assets management
  • User experience research and analysis 

In addition, SAG2:

  • Develops, and/or advises on policy, procedure, and service development within the SAG2 functional portfolio.
  • Charges ad hoc project teams to research, design, develop, and/or implement new shared services or major improvements to existing shared services.
  • Recommends strategies, procedures, and resources for meeting the identified service needs of faculty students and researchers for the functional areas defined above.
  • Determines the optimal allocation and utilization of project resources, and ensures that cost is consistent with the value delivered.
  • Collaborates and/or consults with other SAGs on policy, projects, and services crossing SAG functional areas.
Document Owner: Felicia Poe
Last updated: March 5, 2014