COLLECTION MANAGERS' MANUAL
Table of Contents
  Introduction
see also: First Day Kit For New Collection Managers
I. Current Projects
II. Collection Manager Responsibilities
III. Collection Development Policies
IV. Collection Groups: Organization and Structure
V. UC Systemwide Collection Development Resources and Planning
VI. Order Records Management and Fund Accounting
VII. Approval Plans
VIII. Collection Assessment and Management
IX. Scholarly Communication
X. Cataloging
XI. Gifts
XII. Storage
XIII. Tools
XIV. Preservation
Collection Managers' 
Orientation Program:

Questions and answers from the series of programs on all facets of collection management at UCSB, held during 2000-2001. Dates reflect most recent updates..
10/15/04: Overview: Collection Development
01/31/01: Collections Budget
02/09/06: Acquisitions and Cataloging
12/21/07: Yankee and Gobi
04/18/01: Systemwide Collection Development
05/9/01: Serials and Preservation
12/12/06: Helpful Hints for Developing Subject Expertise and Learning Your Collection
09/26/07: E-Journals cataloging and management
10/10/08: Faculty Liason Best Practices
2010-11: Scholarly Communication


I.  CURRENT PROJECTS


II.  COLLECTION MANAGER RESPONSIBILITIES

III.   COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT POLICIES

IV.   COLLECTIONS: ORGANIZATION AND STRUCTURE

V. UC SYSTEMWIDE COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES AND PLANNING

VI.  ORDERING AND ORDER RECORDS MANAGEMENT

A.  Ordering

B.  Order / Acquisition Records and Budget Reports

C.  Serials

D.  Digital Resources (Databases)

E.  Dissertations

VII. APPROVAL PLANS

VIII. COLLECTION ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT

IX. SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATION

X. CATALOGING

XI. GIFTS

XII.   STORAGE


XIII.   TOOLS

XIV.   PRESERVATION


Comments: Sherri L. Barnes