The Collaborative Work Expertise Working Group assists the Collaborative Workforce Team in developing and populating a skills inventory of Alliance members.
The goals of the working group are:
- To develop a skills level list using an assessment rubric (e.g. beginner/intermediate/advanced vs. can-teach/can-do/want-to-learn)
- Create a skills area list (e.g. acquisition, administration, analytics, assessment, discovery configuration, ERM, fulfillment, general area, instruction, resource sharing, resource management, training, etc...)
- Develop a one-stop database for those looking for advice and/or training on a particular skill.
- Create a system of periodic evaluation of the assessment rubric, skills area list, and database
Up to one year, potentially implementing at 2017 summer meeting.
Chair: Michele Reilly, Central Washington University
The Collaborative Workforce Expertise Working Group Chair serves as a member of the the CWT and brings issues to the broader team as appropriate. CWT will evaluate the group’s work after a year and determine if the working group will continue and in what capacity.
Seeking members who possess experience, knowledge, or an interest in:
- Understanding or experience in building taxonomies
- Hands-on experience and understanding of workflows in Alma and/or Primo
- Developing requirements for workflows and systems
Time commitment: We anticipate members will spend an average of 1-3 hours a week on working group activities.
| Michele Reilly, Chair
||Central Washington University|
| Morag Stewart
|| University of Washington
| Laura Tucker
|| Lewis & Clark College
|Lihong Zhu|| Washington State University
|Cassie Schmitt||Orbis Cascade Alliance||ex officio|