Washington State Community and Technical Colleges
Library Media Directors Council
April 13-14, 2006
Thursday, April 13, 2006
PRESENT - Mary Carr (Spokane Community College), Stephanie Carter (Centralia
College); Mindy Coslor (Skagit Valley College), Paula Doherty (Peninsula College), Jennifer
Dysart (Green River Community College), Tim Fuhrman (Big Bend Community College),
Mary Ann Goodwin (Spokane Falls Community College), Stan Horton (Grays Harbor
College), Lauri Kram (Edmonds Community College), Linda Lambert (Whatcom
Community College), Jeanne Leader (Everett Community College), Marji MacKenzie
(College Librarians and Media Specialists/ GRCC), Tom Moran (Shoreline Community
College), Barbara Oldham (Spokane Falls Community College), Eric Palo (Renton
Technical College), J. Carmen Robinson (Lower Columbia College), Phil Roche (North
Seattle Community College), Edward W. Sargent (Lake Washington Technical College),
Myra Van Vactor (Bellevue Community College), Joan Weber (Yakima Valley Community
College), Marie Zimmermann (Highline Community College), Sunny Burns (Pierce College),
Rand Simmons (Washington State Library).
The meeting was called to order at 1:05 p.m. by Chair, Mindy Coslor.
INFORMATION SHARING AND TOOL TALK
Mary Ann Goodwin shared copies of the posters developed by George Suttle for the SFCC
Library MLA workshops. These workshops are offered once per quarter and the posters and the
workshop content are both highly popular with students.
Rand Simmons showed his new, personal technology tool, an IPAC with wireless, that he uses in
place of a laptop.
Jennifer Dysart reported that Green River has subscribed to Noodlebib; they have not yet decided
how they will use this resource.
Joan Weber demonstrated some of the Search Tool links that are on the YVCC library web page.
One link they find particularly helpful is KartOO (a visual mapping tool) http://kartoo.com/ that
links concepts together to find resources about a topic. It keeps track of where you are going and
where the web sites are from and it helps to find information that other search engines don’t get
to. Joan also pointed out a search tool for descriptions of internet search tools that the YVCC
Library has provided www.master.com .
Joan reported that Google and the National Archives have partnered to make a collection of films
(including audio) freely available via the internet http://www.archives.gov/google/ . YVCC is
cataloging each of these films and assigning authorized LC subject headings for them in 650
fields in Voyager. Students will be able to link and to view these through Voyager, and instructors
can bring these into classrooms by accessing them through the library catalog and viewing them
through the campus network. If you download the free Google viewer, you can see the film full-
screen on your computer desktop. Google and the National Archives will also be making a
collection of audio files freely available via the internet which the YVCC Library may also catalog.
This provides visibility to the library catalog, and encourages access to content through the library
catalog rather than through Google.
Marie Zimmermann reported that Highline is moving its media collection from closed to open
stacks, she would be happy to talk with anyone about this if you have questions.
Jeanne Leader reported that Everett is doing a pilot project with the ETS information literacy
assessment test. Currently, they are doing a free test with approximately 100 students. (To
purchase this would cost $35 per student). The set-up is simple. Their biggest concern is that the
time commitment is very long before students actually begin to take the test. A beneficial feature
is that the test uses actual, applied concepts of information literacy as used in real-life settings.
It might be a good idea to have lots of faculty take the test so that faculty could get a better
understanding of information literacy competencies.
Myra Van Vactor reported that the Bellevue CC Library is in process of a remodel. Myra added
that a BCC librarian is currently involved in testing the ETS information literacy test at Princeton.
Eric Palo added that he had evaluated names for the ETS test.
J. Carmen Robinson reported that she is temporarily replacing Pier David at Lower Columbia.
She is also working with faculty on Writing Across the Curriculum, specifically on the research
components using actual examples in the Lower Columbia College Library on how to do research
successfully at the College. There is a lot of cooperation among faculty working across disciplines
and in including an information literacy component in this.
Stephanie Carter is working with Camtasia Studio http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.asp to test
its potential applications for distance education. Funded by the LSTA Information Literacy Grant
and an Assessment Grant, Stephanie is using Camtasia to create an education research site and
is developing information literacy instruction with video and audio clips on how to search a
database, etc. Stephanie reports that the tool is very easy to use.
Ed Sargent reported that he is using Web 2.0 technologies to bring people into the Lake
Washington Technical College Library, such as experimenting with blogs and pod casts of lots of
things the Library is doing, i.e. library instruction classes this summer.
Minutes of the Winter Meeting Lauri Kram
Joan moved and Tom seconded. The minutes were approved as corrected.
Treasurers Report Mary Carr
The balance is $6,798.78 There are currently four institutions that have not yet paid their LMDC
dues, Mary is working on getting those paid.
Election of Officers Linda Lambert and Jeanne Leader
The slate of LMDC Officers for 2006-2007 was announced.
Chair Elect Jane Blume
Secretary Linda Lambert
Treasurer Mary Carr
Incoming Chair Stan Horton
Joan moved that we accept the slate as presented and Paula seconded.
The motion was approved by unanimous vote.
Stan moved that the slate be approved by acclimation and Tim seconded.
The motion was approved by unanimous vote.
REPORTS AND DISCUSSIONS
Nancy Petersen was unable to attend but will send her report electronically.
Instruction Commission Sunny Burns
Sunny’s report was sent electronically. Sunny added that she had provided the Instruction
Commission with brief highlights on what LMDC had accomplished with the House technology
committee at the legislative working session in moving the Digital Library Resources initiative
forward. Mindy thanked everyone who had been involved in this effort for their good work.
Sunny reported that the CTC system is working on Major Ready pathways, and that these have
library resource implications.
CLAMS Marji MacKenzie
The CLAMS conference will be held at Big Bend Community College on May 18-19. The
Conference agenda is available at http://clams.ctc.edu/
ICCL Myra Van Vactor
Representatives from LMDC and ICCL have formed a working group of librarians from 2 year and
four year institutions, to develop common learning outcomes for information literacy. The working
group has met by teleconference and has a process to come up with something by the end of
spring quarter. The ICCL librarians acknowledged that the CTC librarians are already working on
information literacy and outcomes through our LSTA Grant.
Washington State Library Rand Simmons
The WSL was successful in getting a legislative bill for collecting electronic state publications the
same way as print state publications. The WSL has received some funding to do a pre-design for
the new Heritage building, which will be a combination of the library and archives divisions,
located close to campus.
WSL is looking for speakers for the WALE conference, to be held in Bellingham on October 26-
27. If you are interested, information and forms are available from Rand and are due by April 26.
The Library Marketing campaign has introduced thirteen new characters and includes new
posters in Spanish, a limited number are available for free, with the others available at cost.
Posters or bookmarks may be ordered through the State Printer. You will be able add your own
local information on posters or bookmarks, watch for announcements about that. A free media
conference on promoting your library will be offered on April 24 from 10:30-11:00 a.m. and on
May 8 from 10:00 -11:00 a.m.
An announcement asking us to commit to renew Proquest will be coming soon; the cost will be
about the same.
For $332.50, libraries can join the Washington Consortium of QuestionPoint. This would allow full
access to QuestionPoint and the national cooperative through December 2006. A new contract
will begin in January 2007. For information, contact Buff Hirko, VRS, at 360-704-5206 or Laurie at
The project ends in September. WSL has asked to continue to coordinate a statewide program.
Library Council was interested and thought this should be pursued but would like to review it in
two years. One idea is to build a statewide portal; WSL is talking with OCLC about pieces of VRS.
WSL will pay for the license and profiles and libraries will pick up other piece. More information
about this will be coming.
WSL is trying a statewide summer reading blog for public libraries, as part of a collaborative
summer reading program. The blogs will allow kids to talk about their favorite books for summer
A two-day disaster planning workshop is scheduled for May 2 and May 4. There is a possibility of
a speaker on photographic negatives. WSL may contract with Solinet to provide live training from
your own computer. Fifteen seats are available. Statewide Database Licensing
WSL is in negotiation for the transfer of the Talking Book Library from the Seattle Public Library to
the Washington State Library, with a tentative transition date of July, 2007.
Statewide Database Licensing Rand Simmons (for Jane Blume)
(Handout) Proquest has laid off its trainers, but the vendor has a contractual obligation to provide
training. Rand is working on that to ensure that scheduled training continues. There have been
news articles about Proquest’s accounting, but we are not yet sure what is happening there.
WSL has met with Proquest about digitizing the Seattle Times from its beginning but nothing has
been agreed upon yet. They are looking for funding sources and will be meeting at WLA about
this next week.
Rand asked if this is of interest as WSL needs to know what the market for this would be. A show
of hands at the LMDC meeting indicated interest by nearly half of those present. Rand noted that
all we would pay would be an access charge and that the content would probably be delivered
through Proquest’s Historical Newspapers rather than the Washington Newsstand.
OCLC Group Services Task Force Marie Zimmermann
Rand submitted a proposal to Library Council for limited, short-time use of LSTA funding to
provide incentives for people to join OCLC Group Services, e.g. provide the group catalog at no
cost for one year and fund Group Services for small libraries. Council will consider this in May.
Rand will send information about the Group Services Contract to Marie and Mindy. A new cost
estimate will be coming to us.
Library Council of Washington Tim Fuhrman
Tim distributed a new brochure for the Library Council of Washington which includes the mission,
roles, and membership of the Council. Tim will send a message to the Library Directors list about
the projects that have been proposed to the Council and requested the help of LMDC in
Information Technology Commission Mary Carr
Mary reported that the Commission has been discussing the re-hosting project. The Commission
also viewed a Power Point presentation on CALEA (Communications Assistance for Law
Enforcement Act) that Mary will forward to LMDC. ALA is participating in a current law suit about
this legislation. This is an unfunded mandate. For information about CALEA see
Mindy shared a letter submitted to the FCC from the Virginia Community College System, arguing
against this legislation from a fiscal point of view rather than from a privacy concern.
Marie asked whether Washington State should go on record as being against this as other states
have done. After a discussion of various possible approaches, LMDC agreed to develop a motion
about recommended actions at Friday’s meeting when Loretta Seppanen would be present.
Mary reported that now that Internet use by each school can be better monitored, ITC
recommended to WAC that the funding model be changed according to usage. This may have
some implications at our colleges.
Increasingly, four year institutions are requesting that students be evaluated through e-portfolio.
ITC has begun an E-portfolio project, which is the first project out of the joint development
movement. Mary encouraged LMDC to watch what is going on with this project at our campuses.
Distance Learning Council Stephanie Carter (for Charlie Crawford)
Approximately forty RFP’s for funding have been submitted, representing a large variety of
requests. The DLC will begin to evaluate these requests.
Mary Ann reported on the statewide license for Blackboard vs individual colleges licensing
Blackboard or WAOL, noting that all of that is coming to some conclusion. WAOL has a several
year project to evaluate the marketplace.
Stephanie added that the cost is expensive and commented that Angel, the open source program
used at Lower Columbia, is a good product but there is reticence at some schools to change from
Blackboard. Sunny commented that it is also expensive to train faculty on a new product when so
many have already been trained to use Blackboard. Ed Sargent asked whether anyone was
considering using some of the Blackboard investment funds and linking that with open source
DLC Library Matrix Mary Ann Goodwin
Matrix of Online Student Library Resources, Information and Services for 2006
(Draft proposed by Stephanie and Mary Ann)
DLC’s goal is to map these out and update the spreadsheet so schools can compare and contrast
data. LMDC was asked to evaluate what the measures and criteria are and whether these make
sense. Kayeri Akweks looks at each of our websites to see if these elements are there. Stephanie
and Mary Ann pointed out to Kayeri what was possible to measure in that way and what wasn’t,
for example, e-books can’t be measured that way. The purpose of the matrix is to be able to
evaluate across the system how resources and services are being provided to distance learners.
This matrix will give us a students’ view of whether these resources and services are available
from the library web site.
Mary Ann asked how much effort should we put into assessing the criteria or whether we should
accept that this is a DLC tool and take what data we can from this? Jeanne thought that this
matrix is a good vehicle for communication, adding that it is good that libraries are on DLC’s radar
screen. Stan commented that a larger question is what are our services to distance learning
students and why are we, or why are we not. providing it?
It was suggested that a small Group review each item on the 2006 revised draft matrix by email
over the next week. Following that, Mary Ann will submit LMDC’s comments to the DLC.
GUEST SPEAKER Gayle Palmer, OCLC
Based on the book The World is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century by Thomas L.
Friedman, Gayle Palmer developed and presented a Power Point presentation
How Flat is Your Library? Managing Libraries in the Digital Age –
Thriving on Change… Embrace the Possibilities
(Handouts – Outline of the Power Point Presentation and a brief digest of the book The World is Flat)
Briefly summarizing the themes of the book The World is Flat, Gayle Palmer observed that many
of the concepts in this book are familiar to the library community. She sited examples including
how organizations are collaborating to provide services and bringing services to where your client
is; networks or library systems that cross geographic boundaries; remote access to resources;
outsourcing work where possible, such as QuestionPoint where librarians from all over help
respond to questions; and sharing information and infrastructure, and pointed out that libraries
have been doing this and have been meeting users at point of need.
Ms. Palmer asked how libraries can be such good examples of this without having been
mentioned in Friedman’s book. She noted that we talk about these things with each other but we
are not engaging our customers about how well libraries do this, referring to the OCLC study
Perceptions of Libraries and Information Resources www.oclc.org/reports/2005perceptions.htm
as an illustration of this.
Among the many ideas and concepts that Ms. Palmer discussed were
The importance of library branding
Building new delivery models – in the changing world of information delivery, the delivery
model must provide for the liberation of content from its containers
Digital data should be stored in a generic form and not formatted to a particular device
Flow and flattening - the library in the user environment not the user in the library
Need for staff development - new knowledge, skills, abilities, support needed for digital
resources and changing service models
Outcomes and steps to measure for success
Funding strategies and new business models, developing a strategic funding plan that
includes grants, partnerships etc. to implement these changes.
Effective self-management, time management, and planning
Effective planning leads to results
The Meeting was adjourned at 5:30 p.m.
Friday, April 14, 2006
PRESENT - Mary Carr (Spokane Community College), Stephanie Carter (Centralia
College); Mindy Coslor (Skagit Valley College), Jennifer Dysart (Green River Community
College), Tim Fuhrman (Big Bend Community College), Mary Ann Goodwin (Spokane Falls
Community College), Stan Horton (Grays Harbor College), Lauri Kram (Edmonds
Community College), Linda Lambert (Whatcom Community College), Jeanne Leader
(Everett Community College), Marji MacKenzie (College Librarians and Media Specialists/
GRCC), Tom Moran (Shoreline Community College), Eric Palo (Renton Technical College),
J. Carmen Robinson (Lower Columbia College), Phil Roche (North Seattle Community
College), Edward W. Sargent (Lake Washington Technical College), Myra Van Vactor
(Bellevue Community College), Joan Weber (Yakima Valley Community College), Marie
Zimmermann (Highline Community College), Sunny Burns (Pierce College), Loretta
Seppanen (Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges), Rand
Simmons (Washington State Library).
The meeting was called to order at 1:05 p.m. by Chair, Mindy Coslor.
INFORMATION SHARING (continued)
Carmen reported that she became Interim Director at Lower Columbia about a year ago, when
Mark Gabriel had retired until Pier David arrived in September, 2005. After Pier David left at the
end of February, 2006, Carmen again became Interim Director. There has been some discussion
about a Dean position whose responsibilities would include the library as well as other areas, but
nothing has been decided about this yet.
Mindy extended a welcome to all of the new LMDC members and added that all of the LMDC
members are good resources and we contact each other about questions and about how things
are done at another library. Mindy encouraged the newcomers to call their fellow LMDC members
if they have questions or need advice. Mindy also reminded the newcomers about the Library
Directors List and the Closed Library Directors List.
REPORTS AND DISCUSSIONS (continued)
SBCTC Loretta Seppanen
Expanding the role of CTC’s in increasing Bachelor’s degrees in Washington - Four pilot
projects will be funded for CTC Applied Bachelor’s Degrees and three pilot projects for University
Contracts. This is a competitive process. Bellevue, Peninsula, Olympic and South Seattle have
been selected for the CTC Applied Bachelor’s Degree pilots. Funding for these will be available
July 1 to hire faculty and to begin offering classes September, 2007. Start-up funding will also be
provided with a substantial portion of these funds to be used to buy library resources to support
upper division classes.
Edmonds, Pierce Fort Steilacoom, and one of Clark’s proposals have been selected for the
University Contract pilot projects. A proposal submitted by Everett is also going forward.
Sunny commented about the pilot project at Pierce College, noting that they negotiated about the
library first, using the LMDC Position Statement on Partnerships/Collaboration Between
Community/Technical College and Baccalaureate Institution Libraries for Contracted
Baccalaureate Degree Programs . As a result, Pierce now has access to EWU’s databases. EWU
will also provide database training to Pierce library faculty. CWU may do this as well.
Marie provided background on the development of this position statement. Community Colleges
viewed these students as having the Community College as their home campus. The University
partner viewed these students as distance learning students. We had initially drafted the position
statement to share with CWU to help us start conversations from a more philosophical base.
When we came to the pilot projects, it was suggested that we review and rework the CWU
position paper to be a tool for individual schools to use for the pilot university contracts.
Opportunity Grant Pilot Program – This pilot program is designed to move more people faster
and further through the community college system. Eight to ten institutions will receive pilots.
RFPs are due May 1. The funding would provide student grants to help fund education for low
income students. The initial plan is for these to start this fall, but all of the pilots must begin by
Loretta advised LMDC to think about possible library implications for this. Loretta asked whether
community college libraries could play a role in helping students, including high school students,
understand the increasing need to make specific course choices in their first quarter attending
ACTION - Find out if your college is going to apply for one of these pilots. Think about things you
are doing already that might fit within this proposal to help students to succeed.
Loretta also reported briefly on the Major-Related Program statewide agreements and the
Transitions Math Project. A new document, designed for high school math teachers about what
math skills are needed to get into college, is available at www.transitionmathproject.org
Digital Library Resources proposal - What happened with our Digital Library Resources
proposal and what will we do now? The response from the legislature was that our request was
so small that it was easy to ignore. Nothing was wrong with our proposal; the Governors’ staff
were focusing on things that would provide the biggest bang.
We need to come back with a request that puts this in a larger context, e.g. a major capitol
request 6 years out, indicating what would be accomplished each year. We were asked to
develop a vision for multiple biennia, providing very detailed goals for 2007-2009 and more
general goals for years 2010 - 2013. The request will go to the VP for Instruction meeting a
month from now, if IC approves the request it would go to the Presidents meeting scheduled for
the following week. (See 2007-2009 Budget Request Timeline on Loretta’s handout)
Stan, Mindy, Marie had met and drafted a vision To provide 21 century library instruction,
services and resources across the CTC system by 2013. The draft vision identifies goals for each
biennium, organized by each of the three following areas – instruction, resources and services.
Marie clarified that our previous request was only for resources and what could be accomplished
in the initial year. Marie reviewed the draft and asked what we could do to build on the initial
request in successive biennia. Stan will send copies of the draft vision to LMDC.
Marie reviewed the concept of building on the first biennium projects.
First Biennium 2007-2009
Resources - the original digital library resources request
OCLC Group Services Contract, funding for the colleges not yet on OCLC
Instruction – continue with information literacy immersion and Baccalaureate
Institutions, [become?] secondary members ORBIS/Cascade
Services - Connect us to courier system, library classroom,
meeting needs of special needs students.
Resources - build on OCLC Group Services Contract and do a collection analysis of the group
services catalog and maybe focus money on cooperative collection development.
Instruction – Information literacy extend articulation with K-12.
Services - online reference support with links to resources CTC students would have
available, and Patron initiated loans (and self checkout?) and home delivery
of materials. Stephanie suggested adding Federated Searching.
Resources - Ed suggested adding a funding request to ensure that all campuses have the
infrastructure to support remote access to the digital resources. Stephanie suggested also
funding a group Content Server (CONTENT DM from OCLC designed for specialized collections
that don’t work in a book catalog, i.e. Art or biology Slide collections, learning objects, electronic
reserves, etc. This would serve distance learning students better. Jeanne suggested rolling in the
Centers of Excellence and specialized databases related to that.
Instruction - create learning objects, may include training for staff to do this.
Mary suggested possibly write a common information literacy curriculum with the aim of having a
course that would initially be accepted as an academic elective and possibly progress to become
a core requirement.
Jeanne suggested adding evaluation of standardized tests of information literacy skills to
measure outcomes. Sunny and Joan suggested that we request funding to update library
Joan wished we could develop a system wide Information Literacy tutorial i.e. TILT model where
students can submit forms to their instructor or UW model. The CLAMS learning objects forum
will talk about this at spring conference.
Services – available 24/7, 365 days year
United Nations Program Myra Van Vactor
(Handout – The U.S. and the U.N. – A current appraisal, including human rights, treaty
obligations, and the rule of law. A proposed educational outreach to students at colleges and
universities in the state of Washington…)
Myra reported that last year, the Bellevue Community College Library celebrated the United
Nations as part of their Cultural Pluralism Week. Myra had invited Dr. James Maynard, a retired
physician, who now volunteers for the UN Association of Seattle. Students were really interested
and the event was very well attended. The BCC Library displayed books and a poster about the
Dr. Maynard had contacted Myra about an outreach initiative involving community colleges to do
presentations to increase students’ awareness and interest in the UN and its activities, to work
with faculty in incorporating this into the curriculum, and to have the college library serving as a
hub. Political Science faculty at BCC supported this and the Dean for Student Services suggested
having a UN student club.
ACTION –Myra suggested that this could be a part of our information literacy effort. Myra will
send the handout electronically to the closed LMDC list and ask for interest. We could request
permission to do a video tape or pod cast of the presentation. If the UNA could help find funding,
Myra thought that maybe the UNA could do a workshop on the UN for LMDC.
LMDC Strategic Plan accomplishments – IC Work Plan and Technology Plan
[due to a power failure that afternoon, LMDC was unable to review the Power Point of this document at today’s meeting.]
Mindy will email folks about our accomplishments and goals to date in preparation for the May 17
meeting with the Instruction Commission.
Joan reported that she has been asked to be on a panel presentation at ALA in New Orleans,
about last year’s Information Literacy Immersion training. Joan will share the rubric that was
developed and noted that Ann Zahl will be using this rubric at the University of Washington to
Joan reported that Yakima Valley was identified by the Lumina Foundation
http://www.luminafoundation.org/ as one of the ten communities whose demographics indicate
that students in that area would do the worst due to high poverty, a huge migrant population, and
low education levels. Representatives from Lumina visited on April 18-20, to gather information
for their report on ten schools. They looked at what YVCC has done to turn around its enrollment
and looked at best practices to see how YVCC successfully recruits and retains students. Joan
will also share with Lumina how information literacy skills have helped students move from basic
skills into the regular academic program.
Leadership training for Administrators of Library Media Centers M. Zimmermann/M. Coslor
Recognizing the current shortage of community college administrators and how few young people
are moving into librarianship, Marie and Mindy asked whether there would be a way for LMDC to
mentor librarians who might be interested in moving into a library administrative role. There is a
new Washington Executive Leadership Academy and an academy for work force. Marie
suggested that we investigate what Green River Community College’s Center of Excellence in
Careers in Education is doing for WEC. Green River CC may be willing to develop something
that might be more appropriate for us. Loretta suggested contacting L. Heiser at Green River,
who is charge of the Center of Excellence.
Marie commented that LMDC’s past efforts to provide orientations for new library directors have
floundered, adding that it might be worth investigating whether what Green River CC is doing
could possibly serve a dual role, providing an orientation to the system as well as to being a
ACTION - Mindy will get more information about this and will report back at the summer meeting.
Rand mentioned Librarians for the 21 Century, that includes grant programs that might provide
funding opportunities to pay Green River CC to develop something. Other suggestions mentioned
included the Harvard Leadership Institute and the excellent series, Leading From the Middle,
offered by The Association of Washington Community and Technical College Administrators
Set Meeting Dates for Next Year
ORCA Membership meeting is scheduled for the morning of July 27, 2006.
Fall 2006 October 12-13, 2006 Green River
Winter 2007 February 2, 2007 ITV (various sites)
Spring 2007 April 12-13, 2007 Bellevue
Summer 2007 July 12-13, 2007 or Spokane?
July 26-27, 2007
Mindy talked with Loretta during the break. Loretta will look into this and will check with ACC to
see what they would like our system to do in response to this legislation, if anything.
Digital Library Resources Revised Budget Request
A small group will work on the budget request and the draft vision To provide 21 century library
instruction, services and resources across the CTC system by 2013 and will send the revised
document to LMDC.
ACTION – LMDC members should each review this document with your Vice Presidents to
prepare them for the Instruction Commission meeting on May 14.
Mindy officially welcomed Stan as the Incoming LMDC Chair.
The meeting was adjourned at 11:35 a.m.