The Under Graduate Librarians Discussion Group (or UGLi ) was formed to discuss issues relating to the provision of library services to undergraduate students. The group consists of librarians and library staff from undergraduate libraries and other library facilities serving undergraduate students from across North America.
Participation is open to all librarians and library staff interested in the provision of library services to undergraduate students and related issues.
Participation normally includes:
Lucas, Kari. (2006). The Undergraduate library and its librarians in the large research university: Responding to change to remain vital and relevant. In Advances in librarianship (pp.299-323). New York: Elsevier Academic Press.