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Making Cooperative Collection Development A Reality. A Lesson In Patience Paul O. Jenkins College of Mount St. Joseph. Genesis of SWORCS. CBTF membership Lining up the players. Members of SWORCS. College of Mount St. Joseph Xavier University Cincinnati Bible College University of Dayton

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Making cooperative collection development a reality

Making Cooperative Collection Development A Reality

A Lesson In Patience

Paul O. Jenkins

College of Mount St. Joseph


Genesis of sworcs
Genesis of SWORCS

  • CBTF membership

  • Lining up the players


Members of sworcs
Members of SWORCS

  • College of Mount St. Joseph

  • Xavier University

  • Cincinnati Bible College

  • University of Dayton

  • Cedarville College (added)

  • Athenaeum of Ohio (unable to join)

  • Miami University (added upon request)


So now what
So Now What?

  • Serials Union List

  • Budget comparisons

  • Not Bought in Ohio

  • Monographic Series

  • WLN Conspectus


Finding our mission
Finding Our Mission

  • Non-Christian religions

  • Islam

  • Buddhism

  • Judaism

  • Hinduism


How much is enough
How Much Is Enough?

  • Trying to establish acceptable minimum holdings standards


Bringing ybp into the picture
Bringing YBP Into the Picture

  • GOBI Approval Plan

  • Establishing Approval Plan Profiles


Reexamining the mission
Reexamining the Mission

  • to apply cooperative collection development principles in our libraries in order to reduce duplication of titles and better cover peripheral areas of Religious Studies;

  • specifically, to create a shared slip approval plan profile in the area of non-Christian religions (specifics yet to be determined) that can serve as a model for larger OhioLINK groups in other disciplines.


Getting to specifics
Getting to Specifics

  • Begin with retrospective purchases


Dividing up responsibilities
Dividing Up Responsibilities

  • Confucianism—XU

  • Tenrikyo and Shinto—Miami.

  • Taoism—UD.

  • Bahai, Zoroastrianism, Rastafarianism—MSJ.

  • Unitarianism, Scientology, Atheism—Cedarville

  • Sikhism, Jainism—Cincinnati Bible.


Making a financial commitment
Making a Financial Commitment

  • $500 commitment from each school


Next year
Next Year

  • Using the approval profiles for current purchases


Lessons learned
Lessons Learned

  • This is possible but difficult.

  • Be patient.

  • Start small.

  • Be flexible.

  • Be prepared to compromise.

  • Vendor participation essential.


Questions
Questions?


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