Iowa Admin. Code r. 281-21.5 - Library or learning resource center

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 12, December 15, 2021

(1) Facilities. Community college libraries or learning resource centers shall provide the facilities and resources needed to support the total educational program of the institution and shall show evidence that the facilities and the resources are being used effectively and efficiently. Adequate consideration shall be given to the seating, comfort, setting, and technology of the facility used to house the collection and learning resources.
(2) Staffing. The library or learning resource center shall be adequately staffed with qualified professionals and skilled nonprofessional personnel.
(3) Collection. The library and learning resource center materials collection of a community college shall be accessible and adequate in size and scope to serve effectively the number and variety of programs offered and the number of students enrolled, including distance and satellite sites. The library and learning resource center materials collection shall show evidence of having been selected by faculty as well as professional library or learning resource staff and shall be kept up-to-date through a planned program of acquisition and deletion. The library and learning resource center materials collection shall contain a range and number of print and nonprint materials and appropriate electronic information resources.
(4) Expenditures. The budget of the library or learning resource center shall be appropriate for the programs and services offered by the institution. New programs and new curricula shall be reflected in library or learning resource center expenditures.

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Iowa Admin. Code r. 281-21.5
ARC 8646B, lAB 4/7/10, effective 5/12/10

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