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Strategies for successful collection development and weeding : BNC Library San Jose experience<br />
 BNC Library San Jose <br />Main BNC San Jose branch manages collection development and weeding policies through the catal...
Collection development <br /><ul><li>Experts evaluate the collection
English teaching collection is evaluated by the Curriculum Development Department
 Institutional academic programs and plans
 Depends on budget</li></li></ul><li>
Collection development <br /><ul><li>  Purchase, donation, and exchanges and grants provide by the US Embassy.
 How  is the material selected: user’s survey (students, teachers and library users)
 Suggestion box
Inventory and collection age (10 years) and technology (3 years) </li></li></ul><li>
Collection development <br /><ul><li>Multimedia:</li></ul>	Movies (documentaries – commercial – 	classics)<br /><ul><li>Ne...
English teaching (Curriculum Development)
National English plan (MEP and Costa Rica Multilingue) </li></li></ul><li>Collection development <br /><ul><li>Netlibrary:
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    1. 1. Strategies for successful collection development and weeding : BNC Library San Jose experience<br />
    2. 2.
    3. 3. BNC Library San Jose <br />Main BNC San Jose branch manages collection development and weeding policies through the cataloguing section <br />It has 4 main branches with libraries <br />5 extension branches (partnerships) <br />There are policies for collection development and weeding. <br />
    4. 4. Collection development <br /><ul><li>Experts evaluate the collection
    5. 5. English teaching collection is evaluated by the Curriculum Development Department
    6. 6. Institutional academic programs and plans
    7. 7. Depends on budget</li></li></ul><li>
    8. 8. Collection development <br /><ul><li> Purchase, donation, and exchanges and grants provide by the US Embassy.
    9. 9. How is the material selected: user’s survey (students, teachers and library users)
    10. 10. Suggestion box
    11. 11. Inventory and collection age (10 years) and technology (3 years) </li></li></ul><li>
    12. 12. Collection development <br /><ul><li>Multimedia:</li></ul> Movies (documentaries – commercial – classics)<br /><ul><li>Netlibrary:
    13. 13. English teaching (Curriculum Development)
    14. 14. National English plan (MEP and Costa Rica Multilingue) </li></li></ul><li>Collection development <br /><ul><li>Netlibrary:
    15. 15. Students: E-books (reading and writing BNC English Program </li></ul>E- Audio books (listening, speaking and pronunciation) <br />
    16. 16.
    17. 17. Collection development <br /><ul><li> Weeding procedures:</li></ul> Content<br /> Length of use <br /> Redundancy – superseded <br /> Ability <br /> Physical condition <br />
    18. 18. Collection development <br /><ul><li> Donations procedures:
    19. 19. Meets BNC library collection development criteria
    20. 20. Duplicates are shared with other branches
    21. 21. Books are donated to other institutions
    22. 22. Book sale</li></li></ul><li>Collection development <br /><ul><li> Magazines policy: (31 titles)
    23. 23. At the library for one or two years according to the topic.
    24. 24. Part of the didactic material (for ESL)
    25. 25. Go to other branches
    26. 26. Donated to public universities libraries and government institutions </li></li></ul><li>Thanks for you attention <br />
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