SILS News - June 28, 2018

Date: June 28, 2018
Title: SILS project team completes phase 2!

The SILS Working Group is very pleased to announce we have successfully completed phase 2 (Exploration) of the Systemwide Integrated Library System (SILS) project and have approval from the Council of University Librarians (CoUL) to proceed with phase 3.

In phase 3 of the SILS Project, we will identify a systemwide ILS for the UC Libraries. Expertise groups to work on RFP requirements will form this summer; calls for participation will be managed by the Direction and Oversight Committee (DOC) and will go out shortly.

Phase 2 Final Report [PDF]
Phase 3 Charge [PDF]

You can read more about the project and phases on the SILS website: https://libraries.universityofcalifornia.edu/sils 

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Best,
The SILS Working Group

Chris Shaffer, University Librarian & Assistant Vice Chancellor, UC San Francisco (Co-Chair) 
Günter Waibel, Executive Director & Associate Vice Provost, California Digital Library (Co-Chair) 
Donald Barclay, Deputy University Librarian, UC Merced 
Christine Barone, Collections Project Coordinator, Southern Regional Library Facility (Project Co-Manager) 
John Bono, Associate University Librarian, UC Santa Cruz
Peter Brantley, Director of Online Strategy, UC Davis
Lynne Grigsby, Head of Library IT, UC Berkeley
Cathy Martyniak, Director, Southern Regional Library Facility 
Erik Mitchell, Audrey Geisel University Librarian, UC San Diego
Aislinn Sotelo, Program Director for Metadata Services, UC San Diego 
Virginia (Ginny) Steel, Norman and Armena Powell University Librarian, UCLA 
Lena Zentall, Project & Product Manager, California Digital Library (Project Co-Manager)

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