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Share those Stats! Collaboration with Faculty to Make Evidence-Based Serials Collection Development Decisions

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Share those Stats! Collaboration with Faculty to Make Evidence-Based Serials Collection Development Decisions
Presented at the 2014 Charleston Conference
Charleston, SC

Alana Verminski
St. Mary's College of Maryland Library

Abstract:
Although many libraries have involved faculty in journal cancellation projects, the St. Mary’s College of Maryland librarians took a proactive approach and developed a unique collaborative review process before experiencing our severest budget cuts. By starting conversations with faculty early, we were able to make evidence-based collection development decisions that emphasized usage statistics, increased transparency and built faculty trust.

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Share those Stats! Collaboration with Faculty to Make Evidence-Based Serials Collection Development Decisions

  1. 1. Share those Stats! Collaborating with Faculty to Make Evidence-Based Serials Collection Development Decisions Alana Verminski St. Mary’s College of Maryland Charleston Conference 2014
  2. 2. The SMCM Library designs a new renewal process incorporating usage statistics and faculty feedback. Why?
  3. 3. Project Goals: Make the best possible collection development decisions to spend our shrinking budget as wisely as possible Collaboration and transparency
  4. 4. Share those Stats!
  5. 5. Information Sharing
  6. 6. All About Usage Statistics
  7. 7. Journal Review Process
  8. 8. Liaison Support
  9. 9. Lessons learned... The Biology Department journal review
  10. 10. Thank you! Alana Verminski amverminski@smcm.edu
  11. 11. Image Credits Ted Minah and Fred Jones, 1961; Duke University Archives https://www.flickr.com/photos/dukeyearlook/2564082651/ Information; Paolo Martini https://flic.kr/p/p8ERfN Perkins Library Reference Desk, 1970s; Duke University Archives https://flic.kr/p/9nLjde

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