Bibliographic Services SIS Web
Policy and Procedures
The OBS-SIS website is an essential resource for disseminating
information about the section in a widely accessible and
The site is maintained on AALLNET, hosted by Washburn
School of Law.
The primary focus of the website is the OBS-SIS itself
and is not intended to serve as a portal to a wide range
of library automation resources. Any change in the scope
of the website must be approved by the OBS-SIS Executive Board.
Content providers (OBS-SIS Chair, Executive Committee,
and Committee chairs) are responsible for periodic updates
to their materials and for informing the webmaster of changes
that are needed to text or links.
The OBS-SIS Chair is responsible for publicizing the site
to OBS-SIS members periodically, at least twice a year.
New or revised content should be provided to the webmaster
in electronic format
Whenever possible, the webmaster will be notified in advance
if time-critical content is to be added to the website
The site will be designed in such a way that advanced
skills are not required to maintain it.
The webmaster is appointed by the incoming
OBS-SIS chair to serve a 2-year term, which is renewable.
Coordinate with the OBS-SIS Chair and Web Advisory Committee
on the development of the web site
Chair the OBS-SIS Web Advisory Committee
Work with OBS-SIS content providers (Chair, Executive
Committee and committee chairs) as appropriate to develop
and maintain content sections, including additions, revisions
Coordinate or perform periodic updates to the website
at least monthly
At least annually, work with the OBS-SIS Chair and Web
Advisory Committee to evaluate and remove any obsolete or
Submit to the OBS-SIS Chair a brief annual report summarizing
the activity of the Web Advisory Committee and the work
on the website for each year
Attend the forum meeting that AALL organizes for association
webmasters, held during the AALL annual meeting