The Library Information Technology department supports the mission of the University Libraries by providing robust technology to facilitate search, discovery, and access to knowledge; by producing open access scholarly collections through digitization and repository services; by enhancing productivity through reliable enterprise systems; and by exploring innovative initiatives for advancement.
Library Information Technology department will provide the technology systems, tools, expertise and services to advance Stony Brook University Libraries as a leading research library.
Promote Academic Engagement
Aggressively promote and support open access as the preferred mode of scholarly communication. Engage faculty, researchers, clinicians, and students in all facets of open access.
Build, Preserve, and Provide Access to Rich and Diverse Collections
Promote, foster, and support open access to SBU’s intellectual content and unique collections.
Enhance discoverability and increase awareness of all collections.
Facilitate access to appropriate technologies for Library faculty and staff to build, assess, and preserve collections.
Improve and expand virtual spaces to bring the library to its users.
Create new and develop existing technology spaces to enable faculty and staff to carry out the mission and goals of the Library.
Foster an Innovative Culture of Learning and Assessment
Support and encourage an organizational culture that foster technology as a necessary part of the job.
Investigate, test, implement and train staff on new and innovative technologies.
Actively collaborate and participate with leading organizations and other research libraries to maximize these relationships.
Support a climate of assessment with appropriate technology tools.
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