The Librarians Assembly is an advisory group that works in collaboration with the library administration on matters relating to individuals appointed to librarian faculty-equivalent positions in the Library and Information Technology Services Division of Emory University (LITS). The designation “librarian” applies to individuals with a variety of job titles, including but not limited to Archivist, Curator, Head of, Informationist, Librarian, or Manager.
The members of the Librarians Assembly are librarians employed by the Library and Information Technology Services Division of Emory University including: the Robert W. Woodruff Library; the Rose Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library; the Goizueta Business Library; the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library; the Oxford College Library; the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship; and University Technology Services.
Established to support Emory Librarians' professional development
As part of the Librarians Assembly Mentor Program, a list of librarians is maintained on LibNet, to be updated twice a year.