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Friday, November 6 • 9:00am - 9:50am
From the Wild West to Teamwork: Faculty-driven Acquisitions

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An Acquisitions Manager, Liaison Librarian, and Director of Resource Services began their tenure braving the “wild west” of a faculty-driven collection using a twenty-eight year old collection development policy to complete a comprehensive, and overdue, review of a long-neglected collection. Learn how American academic library acquisitions have shifted from exclusively faculty-driven to librarian-driven collections with the rare exception of Kent Library at Southeast Missouri State University. Discover how a faculty-driven collection impacts policy, library engagement, and collection review. As we discuss the struggles and benefits of a faculty-driven collection, you will gain insights into how elements of this dynamic may be implemented in, and benefit, your library.

Speakers
avatar for Randyn Heisserer-Miller

Randyn Heisserer-Miller

Head of Collection Strategies, Colorado State University
Randyn Heisserer-Miller is the Head of Collection Strategies at Colorado State University. Previously, Randyn served as Acquisitions Manager for Kent Library at Southeast Missouri State University. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri, New England Conservatory of Music... Read More →
avatar for Stephanie Hallam

Stephanie Hallam

Education Information Librarian, Southeast Missouri State University
I am the Educational Information Librarian at Southeast Missouri State University. In addition to being a subject liaison, providing reference, and teaching information literacy, I collaborate with faculty and students to locate and use open educational resources (OER).
avatar for Brad Reel

Brad Reel

Director of Resource Services, Southeast Missouri State University
MA Library and Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison


Friday November 6, 2020 9:00am - 9:50am CST