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Tuesday, February 24 • 10:45am - 11:30am
Collaborative Collection Development: Engaging Users in Acquiring and Describing Collections Using Artstor's Shared Shelf, Sponsored Session from Artstor

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The Association of Research Libraries has stated that a “collaborative future for collections” is crucial to ensuring the continued growth of libraries’ print and digital collections. Shared Shelf, Artstor’s web-based digital media management system, was created to allow librarians to easily collaborate with faculty, students and peers at their own and other institutions to build and manage collections of varied scope, media type, and subject focus.

This session will introduce Shared Shelf and highlight the work of librarians who use the platform to successfully engage users in hands-on collection building and collaborative cataloging. Speakers will discuss how they facilitate collaboration, ways to build partnerships with their users, as well as the tools that can be harnessed to support these processes.

The use cases presented are intended to prompt attendees to consider the ways in which they might develop collaborative collection building efforts on their own campuses.


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avatar for Caroline Caviness

Caroline Caviness

Senior Implementation Manager, Artstor
Caroline Caviness is Assistant Director of Strategic Services at Artstor where she helps leading a team that provides implementation, support, training, and migration services to institutions that subscribe to Shared Shelf, Artstor’s web-based media management software.  She studied visual arts at the University of California, San Diego where she began her library career making slides for departmental teaching. She has a... Read More →
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Brooke Cox

Systems Librarian, DePauw University Libraries
Brooke Cox is the Systems Librarian at DePauw University in Greencastle, IN where she oversees the ILS, web site and digital library program, which includes the institutional repository and a variety of image collections from the University Archives and Art Galleries.  Having transitioned from managing the visual resource center in the art department to overseeing library systems more broadly her passion remains images and making them both... Read More →
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Xiaoli Ma

Metadata Specialist, Artstor
Xiaoli studied English literature, art history and information science. She works as a visual resources professional and an archivist in libraries, museums, archives and artists’ studios. Her research covers major aspects of building sustainable digital collections in various settings and her specialty lies in establishing the local rules of using metadata standards to facilitate the data sharing across platforms. Her goal is always to... Read More →



Tuesday February 24, 2015 10:45am - 11:30am
Room 104

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