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Faculty Expertise in
Collection Strategies
Building resource sharing workflows
through faculty partnerships
Agenda
•  Claremont Colleges Library
Overview
•  Resource Sharing and Collections
Strategies
•  Teagle Grant: Consortial
d...
Director of User Services and
Resource Sharing
Micquel_little@cuc.claremont.edu
Micquel Little
Claremont Colleges
Claremont, California
Claremont
Colleges Library
7 private colleges:
5 Undergraduate
Colleges
2 Graduate Institutions
Approximately 7,000 Full
T...
Resource Sharing @ CCL
Resource Sharing @ CCL
-  Expands to include Campus
delivery
-  Expands to include
Document Delivery
-  Expands to include...
Resource Sharing @ CCL
-  Staff expand to include
cross-training across
division
-  Collaborations with
Acquisitions begin...
Resource Sharing @ CCL
-  Teaching librarian
collaborations begin for
integrated information literacy
in resource sharing
...
Resource Sharing @ CCL
-  Continued collaborations with
Acquisitions for purchase on
demand of physical books
-  Faculty e...
Collections Strategies @ CCL
Current processes –
traditional buying
auto-ship/slips
Librarian involvement –
traditional bu...
5C Consortial Grant
This project will bring faculty from
across the colleges together, working
collaboratively to engage i...
5C Consortial Grant
Colleagues involved –
Collections
Teaching Librarians
Resource Sharing
Strategy for 3 meeting completi...
Focus Group One
Current Process Challenges
•  Hard to find suggestion
form
•  Expertise difficult to share
•  Easier to bu...
Testing
The combined form
•  One form – easy to find
•  Suggestions vs
Recommendations
•  Buying vs Borrowing
The new
form
Focus Group Two
New Process Opportunities
-  Review book first
-  Option to offer expertise if
difficult to obtain through...
Next Steps
•  Add ISBN Search
•  Communication with more faculty
•  Completed implementation of new changes with
new websi...
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Micquel Little, Claremont College Library, USA Faculty expertise in collection strategies: building resource sharing workflows through faculty partnerships

  1. 1. Faculty Expertise in Collection Strategies Building resource sharing workflows through faculty partnerships
  2. 2. Agenda •  Claremont Colleges Library Overview •  Resource Sharing and Collections Strategies •  Teagle Grant: Consortial development of resources and engagement •  Outcomes and integration •  Next Steps
  3. 3. Director of User Services and Resource Sharing Micquel_little@cuc.claremont.edu Micquel Little
  4. 4. Claremont Colleges Claremont, California
  5. 5. Claremont Colleges Library 7 private colleges: 5 Undergraduate Colleges 2 Graduate Institutions Approximately 7,000 Full Time Students
  6. 6. Resource Sharing @ CCL
  7. 7. Resource Sharing @ CCL -  Expands to include Campus delivery -  Expands to include Document Delivery -  Expands to include absorption of local shared catalog requests
  8. 8. Resource Sharing @ CCL -  Staff expand to include cross-training across division -  Collaborations with Acquisitions begins with ebook requests -  Financial system training for future collaborations and budget management
  9. 9. Resource Sharing @ CCL -  Teaching librarian collaborations begin for integrated information literacy in resource sharing -  Continued collaborations with Acquisitions for purchase on demand of physical books -  Faculty engagement in POD process begins with focus groups and testing
  10. 10. Resource Sharing @ CCL -  Continued collaborations with Acquisitions for purchase on demand of physical books -  Faculty engagement in POD process begins with focus groups and testing
  11. 11. Collections Strategies @ CCL Current processes – traditional buying auto-ship/slips Librarian involvement – traditional buying sporadic Faculty engagement sporadic http://www.sixsigmatrainingfree.com/uploads/2/1/7/9/21795380/just-in-time-jit-manufacturing.png
  12. 12. 5C Consortial Grant This project will bring faculty from across the colleges together, working collaboratively to engage in advising the library in improving its tools and venues of communication to build collections.
  13. 13. 5C Consortial Grant Colleagues involved – Collections Teaching Librarians Resource Sharing Strategy for 3 meeting completion – Focus Group discussion Tool testing Focus Group discussion
  14. 14. Focus Group One Current Process Challenges •  Hard to find suggestion form •  Expertise difficult to share •  Easier to buy themselves •  Not often think of the library and their role in building collections
  15. 15. Testing The combined form •  One form – easy to find •  Suggestions vs Recommendations •  Buying vs Borrowing
  16. 16. The new form
  17. 17. Focus Group Two New Process Opportunities -  Review book first -  Option to offer expertise if difficult to obtain through obscure publishers, etc. -  Option to purchase while traveling and be reimbursed by library upon return -  Easy to access form in multiple places Add this title to the Claremont collection: Yes or No
  18. 18. Next Steps •  Add ISBN Search •  Communication with more faculty •  Completed implementation of new changes with new website •  Routine reports and assessment for librarians and faculty •  Extension to graduate and undergraduate students
  19. 19. Image credit: https://t3.ftcdn.net/jpg/01/30/11/30/240_F_130113095_49KHrPJrPK2hh4ukRfD4AxIedxjkZHrU.jpg

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