Developing collections in hard financial times – IFLA Conference Session 113
10 August 2011
Developing collections in hard financial times: Proactive collaboration, balancing e-resources vs. print, low cost options and alternative resources, free resources
- Shared archiving as a chance to acquire fresh money for collection development – Brigitte Kromp and Wolfgang Mayer (Vienna University Library and Archive Services), Austria.
- Overcoming the barriers to accessing research collections in the developing world: an international collaborative approach – Peter Burnett (INASP), United Kingdom.
- Collection development in Public Libraries Section of the National Library and Libraries Services Autonomous Institute according to changes in the Institute’s budget between 2004 and 2010 – Cesar Alvardo Lopez (IABNSB), Venezuela.
- Skating on thin ice: the resilience of the Zimbabwean libraries during the decade 2000 to 2010 – Sheila Nomathemba Ndlovu (Lupane State University), Zimbabwe.
- National Electronic Information Consortium as a leader of cooperative acquisition of e-resources in Russia – Alexander Kuznetsov (Russian State Library), Natalia Litvinova (Russian State Library) and Irina Razumova (National Electronic Information Consortium), Russia.
- Even cowgirls get the blues: How research libraries are coping with reductions in their collections budgets – Kim Armstrong and Jay Starratt (Committee on Institutional Cooperation, Washington State University), United States.
See you in San Juan!