Prospective Collection Development: Impacts on Library Collaboration
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
Monographs Journals are easy Digital Shared Are the few print titles worth considering?
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?
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
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
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