Collection Management: Share the Experience @ Royal Holloway 11th & 12th June 2019

This year’s Collection Management: Share the Experience event, our 5th, was extended to become a two day affair, hosted in the beautiful surroundings of Royal Holloway, University of London.  Thanks to the tireless commitment of David Morgan and his colleagues at Royal Holloway library, and the many presenters who contributed, we were treated to a wide ranging, challenging and fascinating selection of presentations and workshops.

Presenters have been kind enough to share their presentations as follows:

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DAY 1: 11TH JUNE

Making moves – lessons from a library migration David Morgan (Royal Holloway)

Getting the balance right Catherine Parker (University of Huddersfield)

Collection categorisation break out session notes David Morgan (Royal Holloway) and Frances Machell (University of Birmingham),  Plus case studies from Bristol, Leeds, York and RHUL

Collaborative collection management updates: Nick Barratt (Senate House); Jane Daniels (WHELF); Suzy Cheeke (GW4); Lorna Mitchell (SCURL); Diana Massam (Jisc)

Stock management – helping customers find their books Natasha Viner (University of Manchester)

Academic engagement – shall we get engaged? Ann Stairmand-Jackson and Graham Gamblin (Birmingham City University)

DAY 2 12TH JUNE

UKRR – from project to service Andy Appleyard (British Library)

NBK updates Diana Massam, (Jisc)

Breakout – Visualising UKRR for monographs plus padlet summary of inputs Theo Stubbs (Imperial College)

NBK Community Data Groups updates Amy Staniforth (Aberystwyth University) (presented by Jane Daniels)

Metadata Summit: report Jane Daniels (Cardiff Metropolitan University); Suzy Cheeke (University of Bristol)

University of Birmingham’s new library – 3 years on Frances Machell (University of Birmingham)

Integrating collection management Robin Armstrong-Viner (University of Kent)

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