Evolution of project CCHILL Out
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CCHILL out: evidence-based collection management (Robertson & Grimmond)

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Collection management processes usually rely on a mixture of the librarian’s expertise, client input and local knowledge. Is this approach efficient enough to ensure the collection is developed appropriately or could it be done in a more systematic and measured way?

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CCHILL out: evidence-based collection management (Robertson & Grimmond)

  1. 1. Evolution of project CCHILL Out Northern Sydney Central Coast Health Inter-library loans Order Unexpected Titles EBCM Model Traditional Model Evidence Based Information Approach Information Need Source Collection Management Data as Local data that is Core standardised relevant to part of needs of .....is a combination of workflow collections staff Librarian and aligned with Local Collection Management Principles (CM) Expertise institutional Knowledge with Evidence-based Practice (EBP) directions Collection EBP process to develop a stronger client driven EBLIP Library literature Innovative CM data Management + local + local model. This will result in a more integration of systematic and measurable assessment measures way to assess clients needs and to build the libraries’ collection. Koufogiannakis, D. (2007, 6-11 May). Establishing a model for evidence based collection Client Input management. Paper presented at the 4th International Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Conference, Durham, North Carolina, US. http://www.eblip4.unc.edu/papers/Koufogiannakis.pdf Match Criteria – ask Acquisitions Innovative Model Why buy? When to buy? •Order title directly from supplier •CCHILL Out •Print monographs •Urgent priority within 5-7 days •Implementation - •Publication date within last 5 yrs NSCCH area Libraries •Expedited delivery •English language only •Using ILLs data to •Received item processed & enhance collection catalogued urgently •$250 price limit development decisions •Hold is activated (email alert •Exclude conference proceedings sent) and placed on hold shelf for collection •Titles requested multiple times Core Model •Tracking statistical data over 12 month period through borrowing statistics and subject areas Predicted Outcome: CCHILL Out becomes a part of the NSCCH libraries’ Core function after 12 months Donna Robertson gosariel@newcastle.edu.au Mary Grimmond mgrimmond@nsccahs.health.nsw.gov.au

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