Attention NJ Libraries: Call for Volunteers – JerseyClicks Procurement Committee

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The New Jersey State Library currently seeks volunteers to serve on a JerseyClicks Procurement Committee in 2024 and 2025. 

The current JerseyClicks collection of statewide e-resources, comprised of services provided by EBSCO, Gale, Proquest and Data Axle, will be supported by New Jersey Library Network Funding and IMLS funding through June 2025. The JerseyClicks Procurement committee, continuing the work of the 2023-2024 E-Resources Advisory Committee, will support the selection process for statewide digital resources. This committee will operate from summer 2024 through summer 2025. Attendance at up to two virtual meetings per month will be expected; at least one in-person meeting may be scheduled.

Responsibilities of Committee Members will include:

  • Appointment through June 2025
  • Attendance at scheduled meetings
  • Review of usage statistics for current JerseyClicks databases
  • Analysis of data compiled by the 2023-2024 E-Resources Advisory Committee
  • Discussion and feedback on Requests for Quotations drafted by the New Jersey State Library
  • Assistance with solicitation and evaluation of responses to the Request for Quotations
  • Dissemination of information on current and future JerseyClicks offerings

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Representatives from libraries of all types are welcome and encouraged to fill out an application by June 28, 2024 at:


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About Julia Giantomasi

I've had opportunities throughout my career to coordinate marketing and social media for live events and small businesses across various industries. I've enjoyed keeping up with the trends and using social media to not only promote quality services but create a sense of community. As the PR & Marketing Coordinator for the New Jersey State Library I can draw from these experiences in order to provide tips and best practices for libraries handling their own marketing and social media. I hope that I can be a resource to libraries across New Jersey as they engage with their communities.