SDL Advisory Committee

SDL Advisory Committee Members

Angela Bolam
Program Manager, Washington Learning Source
Puget Sound ESD
800 Oakesdale Ave SW
Renton, WA 98057
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Kate Burton, NBCT
Fort Vancouver High School
5700 E. 18th Street
Vancouver, WA
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Frances Chu, MLIS, MSN
Adjunct Medical Librarian
Gonzaga University
Foley Center Library
502 E. Boone Ave.
Spokane, WA 99258
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Trish Henry

Mead District Librarian
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Library Media Center

Carleigh E. Hill
Services Manager
WA CTC Library Consortium
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Kim Storbeck
Collection Development Librarian – Electronic Resources
Timberland Regional Library
415 Tumwater Blvd SW
Tumwater. WA 98501
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Michael R. Wood, MLIS
Faculty Librarian, Bates Technical College
1101 S Yakima Ave, Tacoma
Tacoma 98405-4895
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Will Stuivenga, Project Manager
Washington State Library
PO Box 42460
Olympia, WA 98504-2460
Toll free: 866.538-4996
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Advisory Committee Responsibilities

The Statewide Database Licensing Advisory Committee includes representatives from all types of Washington libraries. Their responsibilities include the following:

  1. Contribute new ideas and vision for the future of cooperative licensing activities;
  2. Evaluate the project mission statement;
  3. Represent the wishes and opinions of the Washington library community
  4. Make recommendations about which databases to license when central funding is involved, about cost allocation formulas, license terms and conditions, and other such matters related to cooperative licensing;
  5. Assist with the formal procurement process, reviewing and scoring vendor proposals, and making recommendations on awarding and negotiating contracts;
  6. Assist staff with communications, public relations, and all publicity efforts to help promote this project;
  7. Identify groups with which to collaborate, and coordinate the establishment of relationships with them;
  8. Be aware of, and support, other ad hoc cooperative licensing efforts that may arise from special communities of interest;
  9. Represent the Statewide Database Licensing (SDL) Project to other organizations;
  10. Establish subcommittees or new committees and terms of service, recruit members, and provide liaisons to those committees.

Last updated 1/9/2022

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