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Weed Project Kickoff Meeting
Weed Project Kickoff Meeting
Weed Project Kickoff Meeting
Weed Project Kickoff Meeting
Weed Project Kickoff Meeting
Weed Project Kickoff Meeting
Weed Project Kickoff Meeting
Weed Project Kickoff Meeting
Weed Project Kickoff Meeting
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    • 1. WEED Project Kickoff<br />May 20, 2010<br />
    • 2. What are the cohort groups?<br />
    • 3. Sample Collection Guidelines<br />
    • 4. English: This department has a large enrollment and typically over 100 majors. A high number of Gen Ed courses and the timeliness of the subject mean that a book collection that supports scholarship is essential. Focus of weed will be on zero-use, non-essential volumes.<br />
    • 5. Physics: This is a small department with few faculty and about 50 majors. Because information goes out of date quickly, books are less important than journals. Focus of weed will be on outdated and little-used material.<br />
    • 6. Questions for faculty<br />
    • 7. Use Data – Example 1<br /># copies we own<br />Blue = bibliographic information<br />Yellow = circulation information<br />Sorted by “Historical Charges” - descending<br />
    • 8. Use Data – Example 2<br />Blue = bibliographic information<br />Yellow = circulation information<br />Pink = decision data (STRICTLY OPTIONAL!)<br />Info shared between liaisons<br />Circulation over time<br />
    • 9. http://libguides.eku.edu/weed<br />
    • 10.
    • 11. images courtesy of…<br />Sundance Kid <br />flickr.com/32386419@N06/3964765467<br />Caro Wallis <br />flickr.com/carowallis1/4297460415<br />Troy Holden<br /> flickr.com/photos/troyholden/4114564467<br />dgray_xplane<br />flickr.com/davegray/3203786803<br />malik ml williams<br />flickr.com/brothaloveimages/370413613<br />Siebuhr<br /> flickr.com/msiebuhr/987572658<br />

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