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  • Killer Collections: Thinking Beyond the Book Presenters: Amy Calhoun, Lori Easterwood, Patrick Sweeney Thursday, July 21, 2011
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  • Introductions Amy Calhoun Electronic Resources Librarian Sacramento Public Library acalhoun@saclibrary.org Patrick Sweeney Branch Manager San Mateo County Libraries www.pcsweeney.com @pcsweeney facebook.com/pcsweeney Sweeney@smcl.org Lori Easterwood Programming Supervisor Sacramento Public Library leasterwood@saclibrary.org www.altlibrary.com www.meetup.com/altlibrary
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  • Killer Collections - Agenda Do print materials alone meet the diverse needs of your community? How can library staff manage the logistics of non- traditional library materials, like guitars and eReaders? How can partnerships help with funding and/or implementation of these new collections?
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  • Traditional Collections
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  • Non-Traditional Collections
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  • Needs versus Wants
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  • Poll Type your response in the chat box What non-traditional items does your library circulate, if any?
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  • Why eReaders?
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  • How to Circulate eReaders Policy & Procedure Lending rules & agreement Preloaded content Staff time Refreshing Content Results Popularity Holds ratio Losses & Damages
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  • Training Classes YouTube video FAQ Staff & Public
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  • Partnerships California State Library Friends of the Library Barnes & Noble
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  • Seed Library Project History
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  • Seed Library Partnerships and Goals to educate and engage youth and communities in food system change through sustainable programs that impact health, education, and the environment.
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  • Seed Library - Details
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  • Seed Library - Costs Yo, Imma let you finish but the seed library is the lowest cost collection of all time. OF ALL TIME!!
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  • Seed Library - Lessons Learned
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  • Guitar Library - Background
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  • Guitar Library - Partnerships
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  • Guitar Library Goal of Project
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  • Guitar Library - Costs
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  • Guitar Library - Logistics
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  • Guitar Library - Details
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  • Guitar Library Lessons Learned Insert video from here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7W9RDuL0DY
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  • Poll Type your response in the chat box What special collections does your library have for staff?
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  • Programming in a box
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  • Logistics Booking method Delivery schedule Circulation policy Restocking responsibility
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  • Art Packs
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  • Creation First 5 grantCrocker Art Museum Contents selected by museum Library catalogs and circulates Contents Selection of books Activity suggestions Early Childhood interactive toys CD
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  • Ways to measure success Outputs Circulation Turnover Outcomes User surveys Focus Groups Dont forget to take a benchmark
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  • Questions?
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  • Thank You! Amy Calhoun Electronic Resources Librarian Sacramento Public Library acalhoun@saclibrary.org Patrick Sweeney Branch Manager San Mateo County Libraries www.pcsweeney.com @pcsweeney facebook.com/pcsweeney Sweeney@smcl.org Lori Easterwood Programming Supervisor Sacramento Public Library leasterwood@saclibrary.org www.altlibrary.com www.meetup.com/altlibrary