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Learning Resources Commission

Represents the interests of Learning Resources personnel.



  1. What We Do
  2. Executive Board
  3. Bylaws
  4. Operational Plan
  5. Announcements
  6. Awards and Recognition

Learning Resources: Who We Are

The purpose of the Learning Resources Commission is to represent the interests of Learning Resources personnel and those they serve throughout the Florida College System and to promote participation and professional development opportunities relating to all aspects of learning resources.


Officers 2016-2017

Chair: Kendra Auberry, Indian River State College                        Phone: 772-336-6268

Chair-Elect: Claire Miller, South Florida State College            Phone: 239-691-6966

Secretary/Treasurer: Mia Tignor, Indian River State College    Phone: 772-462-7124

Webmaster: Lena Phelps, South Florida State College               Phone: 863-784-7303


Executive Board Meeting Minutes


Commission Reports to the Board



Follow us on Facebook  @ https://www.facebook.com/AFCLearningResources/?fref=ts 

Join our Learning Resources Commission Circle


67th AFC Annual Meeting & Conference November 1-4, 2016 @ Lake Buena Vista


Commission Sessions

Thursday, Nov. 3

@ 8AM-9AM: Learning Resources Board Meeting

@ 9:15AM-10:15AM: Exemplary Practice for Learning Resource Center - Slaying the Monster: Implementing Integrated and Stand-Alone Plagiarism Workshops

@ 3:45PM-4:45PM: Exemplary Practice for Learning Support Services - Don't Cancel That Class!


Recognizing the need to establish procedures and guidelines as they reflect the rights, responsibilities, and objectives of its membership, the Learning Resources Commission hereby adopts these Bylaws: Click here to view the Bylaws

Operational Plan

AFC has a mission statement, value statement and goals. Each organizational unit (chapter, commission, region, committee) in turn has its own operational plan that aligns with the goals and objectives of the organization as a whole. Click here for the Learning Resources Commission's operational plan.


Awards and Recognition

Exemplary Practice Award Winners

2016: Library Services


(Juanita Scott, Kenda Auberry, Claire Miller, Michael Brawer)

Claire Miller, Librarian, South Florida State College, Slaying the Monster: Implementing Integrated and Stand-Alone Plagiarism Workshops

Our college, like many others, had a plagiarism problem. But maybe  out students didn't know how to avoid it. Miller designed and delivered a stand alone workshop specifically targeting plagiarism. Preliminary results show a drop in plagiarism rates among students who took the workshop, and the faculty LOVE it. See preliminary results and learn how to slay your own dragons of plagiarism!

2016: Learning Support Services


 (Juanita Scott, Montez Bates, Kendra Auberry, Amanda Forth, Michael Brawer)

Montez Bates, Manager, Learning Support Services & Amanda Forth, Tutorial Center Support Specialist, Valencia College, West Campus, Don't Cancel That Class!

The Valencia College, West Campus offers the program “Don’t Cancel That Class!” to professors who have to attend conferences, meetings or attend to personal matters and have no other option but to cancel a class during the semester. This program is offered through the Learning Support’s Tutoring and Writing Centers, the library and other departments. The support center offers 4 different packages based on the professor’s needs, but are willing to accommodate if notified ahead of time. The first package, “Test Anxiety and How to Deal With It” offers students different techniques to decrease stress when taking tests. The second package, “Sustainability” provides an overview of global environmental, social, and economic challenges and recommend immediate behavioral change actions that individuals can implement to embody the change that is needed. The third package, “Library Scavenger Hunt” is utilized in emergency situations and is a self-guided tour through the library covering 10 different resources offered by the library. Lastly, “The Learning Resource Tour” is a tailorable option for professors to who would like their students to experience the Writing or Tutoring Centers. 

2015: Library Services


(Alexis Carlson and Kendra Auberry)

Alexis Carlson, Librarian/Assistant Professor, Indian River State College, Optimizing LibGuide Content

2015: Learning Support Services


(Elizabeth Barnes, Dana Davidson & Lena Phelps)

Diane Holmes-Curtice, Senior Learning Specialist; Dana Davidson, Senior Learning Specialist; Elizabeth Barnes, Faculty, Daytona State College, The English Studio: a Collaborative Effort to Ensure Student Success

2014: Library Services


Wendy Dover accepting for Gulf Coast State College Librarians, Assignment Calculator

2014: Learning Support Services


Stacey Brown, Florida SouthWestern State College, "Mental Health Awareness lectures/workshops"

2013: Library Services

2013 Library Services Exemplary Practice

Chipola College, "Why is Amelia Bedelia in a College Library?" (presented by Renee Scott Hopkins)

2013: Learning Support Services

2013 Learning Support Services Exemplary Practice

Daytona State College, "Math Up: Gateway to Success" (presented by Theresa Greenbaum, Rachel Wendt, Michele Pelham, and Brandi Horn)

2012: Library Services

2012 Library Services Exemplary Practice

Santa Fe College, "Library Research Award" (presented by Diana Matthews) 

2011: Library Services

State College of Florida Libraries, Sarasota-Manatee, "Just In Time: Student & User Support Services" (presented by Rhonda Kitchens)

2011: Learning Support Services

Daytona State College, "Under One Roof: Daytona State College’s Learning Commons" (presented by Patrick Love, Diane Holmes Curtis, and Mercedes Clement)

2010: Library Services

Santa Fe College, "Utilizing Online Class Guides to Enhance Information Literacy Instruction" (presented by Jenna Miller and Diana Matthews)

2010: Learning Support Services

Daytona State College, "Partnership for Success: Faculty Involvement in Academic Support" (presented by Judy Campbell and Bob Balsamo)