The Role of Charity in Collection Building: Four Models for Cooperative Collection Development. Presented by Sharolynn J. Pyeatt Harold B. Lee Library Brigham Young University Sharolynn_pyeatt@byu.edu June 28, 2008.
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The Role of Charity in Collection Building:Four Models for Cooperative Collection Development
Sharolynn J. Pyeatt
Harold B. Lee Library
Brigham Young University
June 28, 2008
Rather than focus on market niche,libraries should consider their needs and opportunities based upon their position along the maturity continuum.
-- Policies and practices still under construction
-- “Anything is better than nothing.”
-- Sense of tradition
-- Well established and documented policies and procedures
-- “We only value monetary gifts”
-- What terms are negotiable, which are not?
-- How are responsibilities and costs shared/divided between parties?
-- What is the process? What does one need to know to maximize a successful outcome for all parties involved? Who does one need to know?
In comparing the various models presented in my paper, I am looking for answers to the following questions:
In review, the following questions were asked, if necessary.