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Last National Copy Project. Liz Baker – Manager, Resources Clare Job – Metadata Officer. 2012 print items. 9,500 removed. 10,200 added. Collection principles for static state. E preferred over print Actively purchasing electronic format to replace print Deselecting individual titles

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last national copy project

Last National Copy Project

Liz Baker – Manager, Resources

Clare Job – Metadata Officer

2012 print items
2012 print items

9,500 removed

10,200 added

collection principles for static state
Collection principles for static state
  • E preferred over print
  • Actively purchasing electronic format to replace print
  • Deselecting individual titles
  • Removing low use multiple copies
hot tips
Hot tips
  • Decide which records to tag
  • Plan your match points
  • Load barcodes outside opening hours!
uses for tagged lnc data
Uses for tagged LNC data
  • Deselection
  • Keeping Australian published content
  • Retaining unique items in consortias (BONUS+)
  • Identify rare or valuable items (?)
thank you any questions

Thank you – any questions?

Liz Baker – Manager, Resources

Clare Job – Metadata Officer