collection planning

collection planning

A continuous process that coordinates and integrates the efforts of all collection units and agencies. See also collection.
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template is a guide for collection planning that depicts the named areas
Baloga, who has been involved with many facets of organized collection planning, said that the raise in the recovery center rate doesn't change the fact that the negotiated rates under organized collection are better than what residents pay on average across the city.
Part two covers topics in management, financial management, human resources management, evaluation and improvement management, collection planning management, collection technical management, and library space management.
Among the topics are approval profiles from a vendor's perspective, information sources and collection planning for engineering, developing a juvenile literature collection in an academic library, supporting the College of Health Sciences and Human Services and the School of Nursing at Murray State University, and collaborating with faculty to weed an entire science and engineering book collection.
It covers licensing, collection planning, the use of consortiums for purchasing, and the use of tablets, e-readers, and other technologies.
Atkinson (1996), besides citing the local imperative, also mentions "the failure to factor into cooperative collection planning such post-acquisitions functions as processing and storage" (p.
Her teaching and research areas include media resources and services for children, collection development, the instructional role of the information specialist and the application of survey methodoogy and statistical analysis to collection planning and management.
When higher headquarters allocates collection assets during an operation, they are unable to integrate these resources as anything other than security forces because utilizing IC assets as security forces does not require detailed collection planning from the staff.
The final section contains chapters on conservation and discussion of collection planning, record keeping, education and visitor behavior, and reintroductions.
The first part of the book deals with general collection planning, organization, and the basics of licensing.
Haynes Galleries serves clients around the nation by facilitating private transactions for buyers and sellers, and through its expertise in the evaluation and management of fine art collections; collection planning and development concepts; conservation and framing recommendations; and assistance with building clients' fine art collections through discreet consignment or auction representation.
Coverage includes an overview of current trends in libraries in health care settings and the health care environment; management topics such as finances, human resources, evaluation and improvement, collection planning, IT, and library space; and service issues--on-site and web-based information services, educational services, the transformation of librarianship into "information practice," knowledge services, health information for patients and consumers, associated services, and solo librarians.

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