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Friday, November 6 • 12:45pm - 2:00pm
The Importance of Outreach in Shared Print Projects

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Shared print projects can often be seen from the library perspective as a win-win proposition. They allow libraries to free up limited space for new uses or growing collections, while ensuring continued access to print content for users. Unfortunately, faculty and other stakeholders sometimes see the removal of materials from libraries very differently.

In this session we will explore concerns often raised by campus constituencies related to shared print projects. We will also present two case studies that examine how a large research university participating in multiple journal-based shared print projects and a mid-sized private university participating in a monograph-based shared print project reached out to their campuses to educate them, gather feedback and develop buy-in.

Persons attending this session will be able to:
• articulate common concerns raised about shared print projects
• describe different approaches to engage campus constituencies and gather feedback related to shared print projects.

Attendees will also have an opportunity to discuss challenges at their local institutions and share how they have successfully engaged faculty and other stakeholders in discussions surrounding the management of legacy collections.

Speakers
avatar for Teri Koch

Teri Koch

Head, Collection Management, Drake University
Teri Koch is Head of Collection Development & Professor of Librarianship at Drake University's Cowles Library in Des Moines, Iowa. Teri’s primary responsibilities include oversight of the Collection Development & Management Unit, the Library’s Liaison Program, Budget Administration, and Assessment activities. She was co-founder of the Central Iowa Collaborative Collections Initiative (CI-CCI) in 2013 which brought together five libraries from... Read More →
avatar for Rick Lugg

Rick Lugg

Executive Director, Sustainable Collection Services/OCLC
Decision support for print book collections
avatar for Doug Way

Doug Way

AUL for Collections and Research Services, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Doug Way is the associate university librarian for collections and research services at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he provides leadership for the library's collection development and management, resource sharing, and scholarly communications programs. Doug has written and presented extensively on topics related to collection management, shared print, and the future of library collections. He has a bachelor's degree in history... Read More →
avatar for Heather Weltin

Heather Weltin

Director of Collection Management & Resource Sharing, University of Wisconsin-Madison




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