“Nothing changes if nothing changes”: Three User-Centered Collection Development Practices at Carleton University LibraryPublic Deposited
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Since 2014, Carleton University Library has been adding to the ways it practices collection development. In addition to the subject liaison firm order model, we have added 3 successful user-centred ways to acquire material. We ended our approval plan and used its selection framework to create a DDA plan. We started a textbook purchasing program in Reserves, and we instituted print purchase on demand procedures in ILL. This poster provides an overview and key takeaways for each initiative.
- Taylor, Christine, Rumig, Joanne, Neely, C, & Sharp, D. (2016). “Nothing changes if nothing changes”: Three User-Centered Collection Development Practices at Carleton University Library. Presented at the Charleston Conference.
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