NLA Web Task Force Committee
The NLA Web Site Task Force is an ad hoc group formed primarily for the purpose of periodic review of NLA’s web site. Members of the committee accept the responsibility of frequent review and participation in discussion, user-contributed resources and comment sections implemented on the NLA website. The NLA Web Site Task Force makes recommendations and provides input on user experience and helps to provide perspective on the prioritization of content and arbitration over controversial content. The NLA Web Site Task Force is a sub-organization of the Communications Committee.
Structure: The NLA Web Site Task Force includes a Chair and/or Co-chair, who are selected by or may be the Chair of the Communications Committee and up to seven (7) additional members with one from each regional Chapter and 2 additional members representing the Board or general NLA membership.
Members of the Task Force should include a cross-section of those with expertise in education issues, practice management, advocacy, membership and other committees that are pertinent to web content and user application in web based or mobile environments.
Term: One (1) year.
- The editorial content, appropriateness and prioritization of material provided by the NLA website at http://www.lipid.org/;
- Provide feedback and suggestions for website/social networking presences improvements;
- Participate in planning meetings that determine the feasibility, approach and timeline for the implementation of any new features;
- Review external requests for partnering on content syndication/delivery with third parties for appropriateness in terms of consistency with the mission of the NLA and the level of quality expectation created by the NLA website.
Staff Liaison: Clark Morgan/Judi Spann