The LITA Board of Directors establishes committees to help manage or address particular concerns of the division.  Each committee is composed of at leasty three LITA members who serve two year terms.   To encourage broad participation, interns may be appointed to committees for a one-year term.  Terms commence and terminate at the adjournment of ALA Annual Conferences.  A board member often serves as liaison to a committee to ensure communication between the board and committee.


Every spring, LITA’s president-elect appoints members to committees. All LITA members are urged to apply. We need the talent and skill of dedicated professionals like you. If you are interested in volunteering to serve on a committee, please go to the committee volunteer form (ALA login required).


Committee Chairs Coordinator

Committee Chairs Coordinator: Lauren Pressley

LITA Bylaws, Article VII: Committees and Representatives, Section 8 stipulates that the Committee Chairs Coordinator will serve as a resource for the chairs of LITA committees and interest groups.  The Coordinator facilitates communication between the leaders of these groups through administering meetings and running the comchair email list.




Virtual Meetings:

  •  Adobe Connect available to LITA Committees to conduct virtual meetings. 
  •  Please contact the LITA Office: Mark Beatty, mbeatty (at); 312-280-4268 to schedule a meeting using Adobe Connect. You may also request time for a practice session.
  •  Please note that LITA staff needs to schedule, set-up, and host all meetings in Adobe Connect.


Submit committee meeting reports on ALA Connect.  Use your ALA login and password to access Connect. Locate your group’s page under the heading “My ALA Groups;” select “Online docs [add]” and use the text editor or upload a document. Make the document public so that all LITA members can view your report. Please direct any questions or problems related to Connect to

Inactive Committees

Information about inactive committees is kept for historic purposes. No updates are made to information on inactive committee pages.