NC Cardinal doesn’t have a Users’ Group, but we do have a Cataloging Committee 
and Resource Sharing Committee, in addition to working groups as needed. 
Generally suggestions filter up through those bodies, or if received through 
other channels like the NC Cardinal team, are posed to those committees or 
working groups to craft a recommendation. If it is a decision that all of the 
libraries will need to abide by, it is voted on by the Governance Committee.

If you find it useful, our Bylaws are at:


[NC_State_Seal PMS 2955]Benjamin Murphy
Manager, NC Cardinal Program
NC Dept. of Natural and Cultural Resources

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From: Katie Greenleaf Martin []
Sent: Wednesday, July 12, 2017 12:18 PM
Subject: [OPEN-ILS-GENERAL] Members of consortia--how do you give input to your 

Hello Evergreen community!

I'm the newly-elected Vice President of the Users Group of the SPARK 
consortium, which provides Evergreen to over 100 libraries in Pennsylvania. We 
are beginning to write our by-laws and we're wondering:

Are there any other EG UGs out there? And if so, how do they function?
If your consortium doesn't have an UG, how do you give 
feedback/complaints/requests to your leadership?

Thanks in advance for your responses!

Katie Greenleaf Martin, MLIS<> / 814.946.0417x131
Integrated Library Systems Specialist : Blair County Library System
Circulation & Reference: Altoona Area Public Library: Engage - Innovate - Lead

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