The CILC Advisory Board members provide advice and input on processes, products, and new initiatives. The board functions as a review committee, and members are nominated and selected to ensure a good representation by client type and geography. Schools, content providers, libraries, and consumers in various states are all represented on the board. Rural, urban, and suburban school representatives include administrators, elementary, middle, and high school teachers, and curriculum directors. Content provider members include individuals as well as representatives from large institutions.