Consortium of National and University Libraries

24th October 2018: Collection Management: Sharing Experiences – Dublin 2018

Royal Irish Academy

24th October 2018: Collection Management: Sharing Experiences – Dublin 2018

Course Description

Course:  Collection Management: Sharing Experiences – Dublin 2018

Course Code:  CONUL T&D 2018:07

Date:          Wednesday 24th October 2018

Description:  A one day seminar, organised jointly by CONUL Training & Development and CONUL Collections, with speakers from Irish and international institutions presenting on collection management issues in their own institutions.

Course Objectives:  This course is aimed at staff who work with collections and it provides an opportunity for staff to share their experiences as well as to learn from international colleagues

Course Outline:         A full programme is attached below.

Audience:                   All staff who work with library collections

Host Library:             UCD Library

Course Location:      Royal Irish Academy, 19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2

Cost:                           €120.00

 

Programme

Application

Presentations

Welcome and Update on the work of the CONUL Collections Group – Eoin
McCarney

The Cooperative Storage Library Switzerland (CSLS): how to build a library
across institutional and regional borders – Daniel Tschirren

From here to posterity: managing low use collections at the University of
Manchester Library – Vanessa McHugh

The Automated Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS) at the University
of Limerick – Ciara McCaffrey

Planning to change: redefining our collections – Hugh Murphy

Collections Management through the ages: how little has changed –
Laura Shanahan

Redefining collections: Collection management and weeding with
GreenGlass in UCD Library- Catherine Ryan