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Academic Library Budgets Bibliography

  1. 1. NELINET Collection Services Conference, Southborough, MA, April 15, 2009 Academic Library Budgets Bibliography Allen, F.R. (1996). Materials budgets in the electronic age: A survey of academic libraries. College and Research Libraries, 57, 133-43. Arora, A., Klabjan, D. (2002). A model for budget allocation in multi-unit libraries. Library Collections, Acquisitions, and Technical Services, 26 no.4, 423. Asantewa, D. (2003). Holistic budgeting: A process. Information Outlook, 7 no.8., 14-18. Birdsall, D.G. (1995). The micropolitics of budgeting in universities: Lessons for library administrators. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 21, 427-37. Bourgeois, E., Cohen, P., Dix, J., Natesan, C. (1998). Faculty-determined allocation formula at Southwest Texas State University. Collection Management, 23 no.1/2, 113-23. Bucknall, C. (1991). Balancing collections, balancing budgets in academic libraries. Journal of Library Administration, 14 no.3, 121-34. Budd, J. (1991). Allocation formulas in the literature: A review. Library Acquisitions, 15, 95- 107. Budd, J., Adams, K. (1989). Allocation formulas in practice. Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory , 13, 381-390. Butcher, K. (1999). Reflections on academic librarianship. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 25 no.5, 350-3. Campbell, J.D. (1989). Academic library budgets: Changing the sixty-forty split. Library Administration and Management, 3, 325-30. Campbell, J.D. (1994). Getting comfortable with change: A new budget model for libraries in transition. Library Trends, 42 no. 3, 448-59. Canepi, K. (2007). Fund allocation formula analysis: Determining elements for best practices in libraries. Library Collections, Acquisitions, & Technical Services, 31 no. 1, 12-24. Clayton, P. (2001). Managing the acquisitions budget: A practical perspective. The Bottom Line, 1, no.3, 145-51. Corrsin, S.D. (1999). Interpreting financial statements and creating and understanding appropriate budgets for your organization. Library Collections, Acquisitions, and Technical Services, 23 no.2, 192-193. Cubberley, C. (1993). Allocating the materials funds using total cost of materials. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 19, 16-21. 1
  2. 2. Dannelly, G.N. (1993). Justifying collection budgets: Indexing materials costs. Journal of Library Administration, 19 no.2, 75-88. Dannelly, G.N. (1994). Indexing material budgets at Ohio State University. In Collection management and development. Chicago: American Library Association. Dean, B.C., Albright, L., Fennessy, E.T., Miraglia, K.J. (1996). Budget allocation changes: A survey of ATG subscribers. Against the Grain, 8, 28. Desmarais, N. (2001). In search of equitable fund allocations. Against the Grain, 13 no.6, 83-86. Dole, W.V. (2003). PBA: A statistics-based method to allocate library materials budgets. In C. Creaser (Ed.), Statistics in practice – measuring & managing: Proceedings of IFLA satellite conference, Loughborough, August 2002 (pp. 98-115). Loughborough University: Library & Information Statistics Unit (LISU). Donlan, R. (2006). How much does biology really need? Determining library budget allocations. Library Issues 26 no. 6, 1-4. Durckheim – Montmartin, M.E., Viljoen, J.H., Human, L., Geldenhuys, G. (1995). Library materials fund allocation: A case study. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 21, 39-42. Evans, G.E. (2001). The in’s and out’s of library budget preparation. The Bottom Line, 14 no.1, 19-23. Evans, M. (1996). Library acquisitions formulae: The Monash experience. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 27, 47-57. Ferguson, A.W. (2002). Back talk—memory lane: it’s budget time. Against the Grain, 14 no.3, 85-86. Fisher, W.H., Leonard, B.G. (1997). Budgeting for information resources: current trends and future directions. In Collection management for the 21st century (pp. 207-17). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Genaway, D.C. (1986). PBA: Percentage based allocation for acquisitions: A simplified method for the allocation of the library materials budget. Library Acquisitions Practice & Theory, 10, 287-292. Genaway, D.C., The Q formula: the flexible formula for library acquisitions in relation to the FTE driven formula. Library Acquisitions, 10 no.4, 293-313. German, L. (ed.). (2001). Guide to the management of the information resources budget. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press. Goudy, F.W. (1993). Academic libraries and the six percent solution: A twenty-year financial overview. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 19, 212-15. 2
  3. 3. Gregory, V.L. (1990). Development of academic library budgets in selected states with emphasis on the utilization of formulas. Journal of Library Administration, 12 no.1, 23-45. Hall, J.T.D. (1992). New methods of top-slicing. British Journal of Academic Librarianship, 7 no. 1, 9-15. Harris, M. (1992). Division of funds within the library: Allocation of the materials budget in the academic library. Australian Library Review, 9, 99-101. Johnson, Peggy. (1995). Preparing materials budget requests. Technicalities, 15, 1 +. Jones, P.A., Keller, C.L. (1993). From budget allocation to collection development: A system for the small college library. Library Acquisitions, 17, 183-89. Kohl, D.F. (2003). Doing well by doing good. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 29 no. 4, 205-6. Kyrillidou, M. (2001). Research library spending on electronic scholarly information is on the rise. Journal of Library Administration, 35 no.4, 89-91. Lafferty, S., Warning, P., Vlies, B. (1996). Foundation resources: Formula-based allocation of an acquisition budget in a university library. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 27, 289-94. Landesman, M. M. (2004). Libraries Investing in the Future First—Some Practical Suggestions. ARL, 234, 10-13. Lowry, C. (1992). Reconciling pragmatism, equity, and need in the formula allocation of books and serial funds. College & Research Libraries, 53 no.3, 121-138. MacEwan, B.J. (1994). Projecting increases needed to maintain the materials budget: One library’s story {from Pennsylvania State University}. In Collection management and development. Chicago: American Library Association. Martin, M.S. (1997). The “new” library budget. The Bottom Line, 10 no.2, 74-76. Martin, M.S. (1995). Collection development and finance: a guide to strategic library- materials budgeting. Chicago: American Library Association. Martin, M.S. (1993). Academic library budgets. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press. Martin, M.S., Wolf, M.T. (1998). Budgeting for information access. Chicago: American Library Association. Materials budgets in ARL libraries, ARL SPEC Kit 166. (1990). Washington: Association of Research Libraries, Office of Management Studies. McGinnis, M. (1990). Stretching the monograph budget in the academic library. In Acquisitions ’90 (pp.317-31). Cornfield, OH: Genaway. 3
  4. 4. Niemeyer, M., Lawson, L. V., Millen, G., Slattery, C. (1993). Balancing act for library materials budgets: Use of a formula allocation. Technical Services Quarterly, 11 no.1, 43-60. Ochola, J.N. (2002). Use of circulations statistics and interlibrary loan data in collection management. Collection Management, 17 no.1, 1-13. O’Connor, S., Lafferty, S., Flynn, A. (1998). The materials acquisition process at the University of Technology, Sydney: Equitable transparent allocation of funds. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 29 no.1, 23-33. Promis, P. (1996). Developing a databased budget allocation strategy: The University of Arizona Library experience. Collection Building, 15 no.3, 5-9. Rein, L.O., Hurley, F.P., Walsh, J.C., Wu, A.C. (1993). Formula-based subject allocation: A practical approach. Collection Management, 17 no.4, 25-48. Rounds, R.S. (1994). Basic budgeting practices for librarians, 2nd ed. Chicago: American Library Association. Ruschoff, C. (1997). What are the most important issues confronting academic librarianship as we approach the 21st century? The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 23, 321-2. Shreeves, E. (1991). Guide to budget allocation for information resources. Chicago: American Library Association. Smith, D.A. (2008). Percentage based allocation of an academic library materials budget. Collection Building, 27 no. 1, 30-34. Snyder, H. (1998). Allocating costs: Is it a program worth keeping? Library Administration & Management, 12 no.3, 166-68. Snyder, H. (2001). Standard costs and flexible budgets: It’s still better to be wrong than ignorant. Library Administration & Management, 15 no.4, 246-48. Snyder, H., Davenport, E. (1997). What does it really cost? Allocating indirect costs. The Bottom Line, 10 no.4, 158-64. Sorgenfrei, R. (1999). Slicing the pie: Implementing and living with a journal allocation formula. Library Collections, Acquisitions, and Technical Services, 23 no.1, 39-45. Sullivan, D. s. (1993). Budgeting for users: Rethinking the materials budget. The Acquisitions Librarian, 3 no. 2, 15-27. Tadasad, P.G., Maheshwarappa, B.S. (1999). Book fund allocation among academic libraries: Views and approaches. Herald of Library Science, 38 no.3-4, 176-86. Tuten, J.H., Jones, B. (1995). Allocation formulas in academic libraries: CLIP note # 22. Chicago: Association of College & Research Libraries. 4
  5. 5. Van Reenen, J. (2001). Library budgets and academic library rankings in times of transition. The Bottom Line, 14, 213. Walters, W.H. (2008). A fund allocation formula based on demand, cost and supply. Library Quarterly, 78 no.3 303-314., Walters, W.H. (2007). A regression-based approach to library fund allocation. Library Resources & Technical Services, 51 no. 4, 263-278. Warner, A.S. (1998). Budgeting: A how-to-do-it manual for librarians. New York: Neal- Schuman. Warner, A.S. (1999). Teaching about library budgets. The Bottom Line, 12 no.1, 19-21. Webster, J.D. (1993). Allocating library acquisition budgets in an era of declining or static funding. Journal of Library Administration, 19 no.2, 57-74. Weston, C.V. (2004). Breaking with the past: Formula allocation at Portland State University. The Serials Librarian, 45 no.4, 43-53. Wiemers, E. (1993). Budgeting methods for collection management. In Collection management for the 1990’s (pp. 105-13). Chicago: American Library Association. Wilder, S.J., Brannon, M.K., Chustz, T.H. (1998). Materials budget management: Good practice, good politics. In Technical services today and tomorrow. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited. Wilkinson, F.C., Lewis, L.K. (1999). Reference materials - - where formats and budget lines collide: librarians speak out! Against the Grain, 11 no.4, 1 +. Wise, K., Perushek, D.E. (1996). Linear goal programming for academic library acquisitions allocations. Library Acquisitions, 20, 311-27. Wu, E.F., Shelfer, K.M. (2007). Material budget allocation: A formula fitness review. Library Collections, Acquisitions, and Technical Services, 31 no. ¾, 171-183. 5
  6. 6. Van Reenen, J. (2001). Library budgets and academic library rankings in times of transition. The Bottom Line, 14, 213. Walters, W.H. (2008). A fund allocation formula based on demand, cost and supply. Library Quarterly, 78 no.3 303-314., Walters, W.H. (2007). A regression-based approach to library fund allocation. Library Resources & Technical Services, 51 no. 4, 263-278. Warner, A.S. (1998). Budgeting: A how-to-do-it manual for librarians. New York: Neal- Schuman. Warner, A.S. (1999). Teaching about library budgets. The Bottom Line, 12 no.1, 19-21. Webster, J.D. (1993). Allocating library acquisition budgets in an era of declining or static funding. Journal of Library Administration, 19 no.2, 57-74. Weston, C.V. (2004). Breaking with the past: Formula allocation at Portland State University. The Serials Librarian, 45 no.4, 43-53. Wiemers, E. (1993). Budgeting methods for collection management. In Collection management for the 1990’s (pp. 105-13). Chicago: American Library Association. Wilder, S.J., Brannon, M.K., Chustz, T.H. (1998). Materials budget management: Good practice, good politics. In Technical services today and tomorrow. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited. Wilkinson, F.C., Lewis, L.K. (1999). Reference materials - - where formats and budget lines collide: librarians speak out! Against the Grain, 11 no.4, 1 +. Wise, K., Perushek, D.E. (1996). Linear goal programming for academic library acquisitions allocations. Library Acquisitions, 20, 311-27. Wu, E.F., Shelfer, K.M. (2007). Material budget allocation: A formula fitness review. Library Collections, Acquisitions, and Technical Services, 31 no. ¾, 171-183. 5

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