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Syracuse University Libraries

Student Library Advisory Board (SLAB)

This site provides information on the activities, goals, and application process for the Student Library Advisory Board at Syracuse University.

What is the Student Library Advisory Board?

The Student Library Advisory Board (SLAB) is an open forum for students to voice their concerns, ideas, and feedback regarding library-related issues. We meet over pizza every 3 weeks during the Fall and Spring academic terms. The goal of the Student Library Advisory Board is to engage in and sustain an ongoing dialogue between the student population and the library through participatory design activities.

It’s our way of inviting students to make their voices heard, engage in a community of peers from across the University, and highlight areas for the library to improve.

Submit the SLAB Sign-up Form to get involved, or reach out to Natalie LoRusso, UX Librarian with questions.

Spring Kickoff Information

Join us for the Spring Kickoff to learn more about SLAB!


When? Friday, February 3rd from 12-1:30pm

Where? Bird Library, Room 004 (Spector Seminar Room)

Will lunch be provided? Yes! We always provide pizza and beverages for attendees. We just ask that you register before Wednesday, February 1st so we can order the right amount of food.

 

Why Join?

Here are a few ways that joining SLAB can complement your time (and resumé) at Syracuse University:

  • Make your voice heard by sharing recommendations and experiences with library staff
  • Develop relationships with students from across the University
  • Learn how the Libraries' operate from a bird's eye view
  • Develop real-world skills like decision-making, communication, problem-solving, and collaboration
  • Visit exclusive spaces within the Libraries'
  • Be the first to know about new initiatives before they are announced to campus
  • Help improve the Libraries' for future students
  • Bolster your CV/resume with an additional item of professional experience