Collaboration in Collection Management: A Convergence of Education and Practice
Resource Sharing and Information Networks
Collaboration, collection management, technical services, collection development, education for librarianship, library school curriculum, library schools, academic libraries, practical training, assessment, cooperation, education for catalogers
Library and Information Science
At Kent State University, Libraries and Media Services (LMS) and the School of Library and Information Science (SLIS) have been working closely in the area of collection management. The article explores the multi-faceted way in which the LMS-SLIS collaboration manifests itself and shows how this collaboration goes beyond what might be expected as the normal relationship between a library school and its resident library.
Maurer, Margaret Beecher and Wicks, Don A. (2004). Collaboration in Collection Management: A Convergence of Education and Practice. Resource Sharing and Information Networks 17(1/2), 57-75. doi: 10.1300/J121v17n01_06 Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/libpubs/104