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120 to 12: Reducing Days to Shelf with Vendor Services, Catalog on Receipt, and Automated Bibliographic Overlay Process

Sherle Abramson-Bluhm, University of Michigan

Acquiring Unique Collections: Collaborative Approaches to Metadata

Kira Homo, University of Oregon

Acquisitions for Newbies

Jeff Bailey, Arkansas State University - Main Campus
Linda Creibaum, Arkansas State University - Main Campus
Kirk Gordon, EBSCO Publishing

All Hands on Deck: Creating Subject Guidelines

Maureen James, University of Arkansas - Little Rock
Donna Rose, University of Arkansas - Little Rock

An Evolving Model for Consortial Print and E-Book Collections: Triangle Research Libraries Network, Oxford University Press, YBP Library Services Pilot

Ann-Marie Breaux, YBP Library Services
Lisa Croucher, Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN)
Teddy Gray, Duke University
Cotina Jones, North Carolina Central University
Rebecca Seger, Oxford University Press
Luke Swindler, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Collection Development Policies for the Twenty-First-Century Academic Library: Creating a New Model

Steve Alleman, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Daniel C. Mack, University of Maryland

Creating a New Collections Allocation Model for These Changing Times: Challenges, Opportunities, and Data

Gregory A. Crawford, Penn State University
Lisa German, Penn State University

Data to Decisions: Shared Print Retention in Maine

Becky Albitz, Bates College Library
Deb Rollins, University of Maine

Developing a Statewide Print Repository in Florida: The UCF Experience with FLARE

Michael Arthur, University of Central Florida
Ying Zhang, University of Central Florida

E-Books Down Under

Tony Davies, Swinburne University of Technology
Michelle Morgan, University of Western Australia

From Crisis to Opportunity: A Licensing Audit How-To

Teresa Lee, University of British Columbia
Danielle Watters Westbrook, California Digital Library
Max King, University of British Columbia

Imagine More Space in Your Library! Weeding Bound Periodicals

Susan M. Andrews, Texas A&M University-Commerce
Sandra K. Hayes, Texas A&M University-Commerce

Is the Library Ready for an Emerging Field? The Case of Veterans Studies

Marc D. Brodsky, Virginia Tech
Bruce E. Pencek, Virginia Tech

Is There a Future for Collection Development Librarians?

Thomas A. Karel, Franklin and Marshall College

Less Is More: Origins of University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Collection Assessment Plan

Thomas Reich, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

Managing Journals by Committee

Edith M. Starbuck, University of Cincinnati
Sharon A. Purtee, University of Cincinnati
Charles P. Kishman, University of Cincinnati
Kristen L. Burgess, University of Cincinnati
Leslie C. Schick, University of Cincinnati

Navigating the Flow of Value Streams to the Seas of Collection Management, Acquisitions, and Preservation

Greg W. Voelker, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Richard J. W. Zwiercan, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Michael Frazier, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Revising a Collection Development Manual: Challenges and Opportunities

Joshua M. Lupkin, Tulane University
Tony Bremholm, Tulane University
Eric Wedig, Tulane University

Shared Print on the Move: Collocating Collections

Rebecca D. Crist, Committee on Institutional Cooperation
Sherri L. Michaels, Indiana University

The City University of New York: 24 Colleges, 5 Boroughs, 1 Collection

Curtis Kendrick, City University of New York
Angela Sidman, City University of New York
Susan Vaughn, City University of New York

The Women’s Library Moves: Deeds Not Words

Elizabeth Chapman, London School of Economics and Political Science

This Ain’t Your Papa’s Allocation Formula! Team-Based Approaches to Monograph Collections Budgets

Scott A. Gillies, University of Guelph
Helen Salmon, University of Guelph

Too Little Is Not Enough

Susan Mitchell, University of Wisconsin System Administration
Janet G. Padway, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Joan Robb, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

Transforming a Print Collection

Brian Schoolar, Temple University
Fred Rowland, Temple University