Prospective Collection Development: Impacts on Library Collaboration

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Levine-Clark, Michael, “Prospective Collection Development: Impacts on Library Collaboration,” Building the Collective Collection Pre-Conference, Charleston Conference, Charleston, S.C., November 2, 2011.

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Prospective Collection Development: Impacts on Library Collaboration

  1. 1. Prospective CollectionDevelopment: Impacts on Library Collaboration SHARED PRINT ARCHIVING PRECONFERENCE CHARLESTON CONFERENCE NOVEMBER 2, 2011 MICHAEL LEVINE-CLARK COLLECTIONS LIBRARIAN UNIVERSITY OF DENVER MICHAEL.LEVINE-CLARK@DU.EDU
  2. 2. Monographs Journals are easy  Digital  Shared  Are the few print titles worth considering?
  3. 3. Looking into the Future 5 years  Print/electronic mix – still transitional  DDA predominant for e-books 10 years  Mostly electronic  Mostly DDA  Local POD How actively will we still collect print?
  4. 4. What Do E-Book Collections Mean? Easier cooperation within consortia  Shared access to shared purchases No shared access beyond consortia  Depletion of the collective collection  ILL replaced by STL
  5. 5. Demand-Driven Acquisition Is there a role for consortia?  Tension between shared discount/local needs Immediate access vs. stewardship of the cultural record  Access Better served by DDA  Stewardship of potential acquisitions
  6. 6. And What About Print? Copies for sharing? Copies for preservation?  Bundled with e-book purchases?  Who stores?  Who pays? Some stuff will always be print - opportunities  Specialcollections  Non-English  Small Press
  7. 7. Thank You

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