Library Consumers’ Advisory Council (LCAC)

The GLS Consumers’ Advisory Council (LCAC) is seeking members-at-large at our next general meeting on Monday March 7, 2022, at 11am. The LCAC seeks applications from GLS patrons throughout the state of Georgia who are willing to serve for two- or three-year terms. Meetings are held virtually on the first Monday in March and August.

The purpose of the LCAC is to give advice and make recommendations to GLS on practices, policies, and goals that will aid in the improvement of library service to the blind and print disabled. The Council also serves as an advocate for the promotion and further development of library services to the blind and print disabled.  

If you wish to serve in this capacity and have questions, contact Beverly Williams (bwilliams@georgialibraries.org) or Vanessa Meadows (vmeadows@georgialibraries.org)  You may also call GLS at 1-800-248-6701.

Download LCAC Application (PDF) here.

Download LCAC Application in Large Print (PDF) here.

The Library Consumers’ Advisory Council (LCAC) serves in a consultative capacity to GLS. The primary purpose of the council is to aid in the improvement of library services to people with print-related disabilities by identifying and addressing the needs of the user community, communicating those needs to the appropriate resources and participating in follow up action. Further, the council serves as an advocate for the promotion and further development of library services for all blind and other people with disabilities.

Download the full LCAC bylaws here.