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The Changing Nature of Collection Management in Research Libraries: New Vistas Thee Years Later ARL Forum on Collections & Access for the 21 st Century Scholar, October 19-20,2001 Joseph Branin, Ohio State University Frances Groen, McGill University Suzanne Thorin, Indiana University

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The Changing Nature of Collection Management in Research Libraries: New Vistas Thee Years LaterARL Forum on Collections & Access for the 21st Century Scholar, October 19-20,2001Joseph Branin, Ohio State UniversityFrances Groen, McGill UniversitySuzanne Thorin, Indiana University


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Presentation Agenda

1. Historic Background: From Collection Development to Knowledge Management (Joe Branin)

2. The Scholarly Landscape: Looking at Needs and Changes by Discipline (Suzanne Thorin)

3. The Future of Scholarly Publishing and Knowledge Management: Some Predictions (Frances Groen)


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“The Changing Nature of Collection Management in Research Libraries”: The Paper

  • ARL Research Collections Committee Report, 1998-1999

  • Web version posted, reviewed, and revised, 1999

  • Published in Library Resources& Technical Services, January 2000

  • Changing Characteristics of Web-based writing


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Development From Collection to Knowledge Management

  • 1950-1975: Collection Development

  • 1975-1990: Collection Management

  • 2000- : Knowledge Management


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1950-1975: Collection Development

  • Major Environmental Factors

    • Rapid Growth of Higher Education and Knowledge

    • Rise of Government Sponsored Research

  • Collection Development

    • Acquisitions

    • Selection

    • Collection building


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1975-1990: Collection Management

  • Major Environmental Factors

    • Budget constraints

    • Commercialization of Scholarship

    • New Digital Technology

  • Collection Management

    • Collection policy development

    • Materials budget allocation

    • Collection analysis

    • Collection use and user studies

    • Training and organization of collection managers

    • Preservation

    • Cooperative collection development


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Knowledge Management

  • Major Environmental Factors

    • New Digital Opportunities and Threats

  • Knowledge Management

    • Information policy

    • Consortia

    • Web Publishing

    • Reforming Scholarly Publishing


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Important Questions in Knowledge Management

  • What are the new boundaries for knowledge management? What does a “collection” mean today?

  • How does one define a “constituency”? What does “local” mean in a networked digital environment?

  • Will scholarship be more restricted or more open and accessible in the digital information system?


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