Found Not feasible. As Learning Center faculty are so diverse, and there is no single "best practice" for such faculty, there is no clear position paper to write. Learning Center faculty are faculty, regardless of where they are assigned or to whom they report.
Whereas Academic Senate resolution 19.03.0 Fall 1996 recognized the importance of learning centers, tutorial centers, and learning assistance faculty, and
Whereas the Academic Senate in resolution 16.1 Fall 1995 directed the Academic Senate to prepare a position paper defining the role of library faculty in California community colleges, and said paper was adopted by resolution 16.1 Spring 1996, and
Whereas the Academic Senate adopted a position paper "The Role of Counseling Faculty in California Community Colleges," resolution 8.1.0 Fall 1994, and
Whereas learning center faculty through their Statewide organization have asked the Academic Senate to address issues relating to their services and professional status,
Resolved that the Academic Senate direct the Executive Committee to develop a position paper on the role of learning center faculty in California community colleges.