The purpose of the Communications Committee is:
- To coordinate the planning, development, implementation and maintenance of NASIG electronic communication resources.
- To encourage and enable the use of electronic communications throughout the organization -- as a tool for conducting organizational business, as a means of informing the membership about the activities of the organization and as a forum for member communication.
- To educate and inform the membership in regard to the use and potential of electronic communications media in general, and NASIG website, listservs, and social media forums in particular.
- To facilitate professional communication within and beyond the membership through SERIALST.
The committee works with the Database & Directory Committee to coordinate membership and committee information and with various NASIG committees to assist with their web publishing needs.
If you have any questions you may email the Communications Committee.
- Instructions for Committee Members Maintaining Websites (including Private Committee Workspace)
- Instructions for Committee Members Sending Messages to the Membership and other NASIG groups
- CC Training for Committee Chairs recording (starts at 7:40)
- 2015 Training for Committee Chairs slides
- 2018 Introductory Training
NASIG Marketing & Social Media Coordinator Documents
- NASIG Publicity Manual 2013
Information for NASIG Committees
Login. From the Member Center, choose Documents > Publicity Information
- Publicity Guidelines for NASIG Committees (revised 2014)
- NASIG Logos Usage Guide
- General Announcement Template
Profile of the Communications Committee (formerly known as the Electronic Communications Committee) from NASIG Newsletter Vol.9, no.4 (September 1994), p.35.
The responsibility of the archivist is to collect and preserve the papers and electronic documents of the North American Serials Interest Group. The archivist will solicit, develop, organize, manage and provide access by means of an inventory to the NASIG archival records. The archivist will maintain communication with the NASIG Board and committee chairs in order to routinely acquire appropriate documents. The archivist will work with the chair of the Communications & Marketing Committee to determine the scope of and preservation methods for NASIG's automated archival collection. The position of NASIG Archivist is a board appointed position, with a term of appointment not to exceed six years. An Archivist-in-Training may be appointed by the board. You may contact the NASIG Archivist directly.
Archives Policy and Procedures
Final Report on Electronic Archiving Project
Archive content 1984 - 2006 (Boxes 1-9)
Archive content 1993 - 2010 (Boxes 10-11)
Archive content 2011 - 2014 (Boxes 12 and electronic files)
Co-Chair: Rachel Miles (Virginia Tech) 17/19 [Webspinner]
Co-Chair: Treasa Bane (University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County), 17/19 [Listmanager]
Vice Co-Chair: Matthew Jabaily (University of Colorado Colorado Springs), 18/20
Vice Co-Chair: Alexis Linoski (Georgia Institute of Technology), 18/20
Heidy Berthoud (Smithsonian Libraries), 17/19
Melissa Cantrell (University of Colorado Boulder), 17/19
Lisa Gonzalez (PALNI), 17/19
David Macaulay (University of Wyoming), 17/19
Melissa Randall (Clemson University), 18/20 [SERIALST Moderator]
Rebecca Tatterson (East Carolina University), 18/20
Peter Whiting (University of Southern Indiana), 17/20
Marketing & Social Media Coordinator:
Eugenia Beh (MIT), 16/18