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Visual Arts Library Plans for the Print Materials Collection

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In 2015 (The 2015-2016 Academic Year) Spending on Print Materials by the Libraries Sampled Rose by 1.6%

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Birmingham Museum of Art
  • DePaul University
  • Glasgow School of Art
  • NSCAD University
  • Palm Springs Art Museum
  • University of Auckland
  • MORE
This study looks at how major art, architecture and other visual arts libraries are making plans for their print materials collections, including books, journals, directories, textbooks, artists’ ephemera and artists books, photographs, prints, images, exhibition catalogs, auction catalogs and other print materials. The study relates library plans for print vs digital giving detailed data for different subjects and information vehicles.

Data is broken out separately for museum, college and university libraries. Some survey participants include: the Morgan Library & Museum, Avery Library of Columbia University, Clemson University, the National Gallery of Scotland, the Glasgow School of Art, the University of Auckland, the Birmingham Art Museum, the University of Wisconsin, Madison and the Savannah School of Art & Design, among others.

Just a few of the study’s many finding are that:

- More than 27% of libraries sampled said that their library patrons are highly uncomfortable with eBooks and have many problems using them.

- a majority of about 55% of felt print formats should maintain its share of spending on architectural images; 4.55 percent said they believed print should increase its share of spending while 13.64 percent said they will spend about the same on print but increase their spending on digital representations of architectural images.

- In 2015 (the 2015-2016 academic year) spending on print materials by the libraries sampled rose by 1.6%.

- Fourteen of the survey participants said their overall print collections have grown over the past 5 years.

- None of the museum libraries surveyed have any plans to decrease their spending on their print collections in photographs. Fifty percent of these libraries said print should maintain its share of spending. In contrast, 11.11 percent of college libraries said they will decrease their spending on print and another 11.11 percent said they will significantly decrease their spending on their print photograph collections. Twenty percent of research university libraries also said they will be significantly decreasing their spending on print photograph collections.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Birmingham Museum of Art
  • DePaul University
  • Glasgow School of Art
  • NSCAD University
  • Palm Springs Art Museum
  • University of Auckland
  • MORE
THE QUESTIONNAIRE

PARTICIPANTS LIST

Characteristics of the Sample

SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS

Characteristics of the Sample

Role of Inter-Library Loan in Culling Practices

Substituting EBooks for Print Titles

Print Material Spending 2015

Print Material Spending 2016

Print Material Spending 2017

Areas of Elimination of Paper Materials

Recent Changes in Trends in Print Materials Collections

Projected Changes in Print Collections

Patrons’ Use of Collection of Prints, Drawings, Painting and Photographs

Size of Print Collection of Prints, Drawings, Painting and Photographs, 2015

Size of Print Collection Size of Print Collection of Prints, Drawings, Painting and Photographs, 2016

Size of Print Collection of Prints, Drawings, Painting and Photographs 2017

Potential for Growth: Sculpture

Potential for Growth: Painting

Potential for Growth: Architecture

Potential for Growth: Decorative Arts

Potential for Growth: Design

Potential for Growth: Prints and Paintings

Potential for Growth: Scholarly Journals

Potential for Growth: Books

Potential for Growth: Photographs

Potential for Growth: Reference Books

Potential for Growth: Exhibition Catalogs

Potential for Growth: Maps

Potential for Growth: Scrolls and Rare Books

Potential for Growth: Artist Book Collections

Potential for Growth: Auction Catalogs

Percentage of Titles Culled

Uses of Space Gained through Elimination of Print Titles

Changes in Space Use over the Past 5 Years

Art/Architecture Journals 2015

Art/Architecture Journals 2016

Art/Architecture Journals 2017

Future of Print Files of Artist’s Ephemera

Number of Print files on Artists and Other Personages Maintainied

Use of Artists’ Print Format Files

Survey of Library Patron Preferences for Print vs. Digital

Measuring Use of Different Formats

Studying the Use of Different Formats: Results

Strongest Constituency for Paper Based Materials

EBook Spending 2014

EBook Spending 2015

EBook Spending 2016

Future of Print Directory Subscriptions

Spending on Print Subscriptions to Newspapers and Magazines 2015

Spending on Print Subscriptions to Newspapers and Magazines 2016

Spending on Print Subscriptions of Newspapers and Magazines 2017

Restoring Access to Culled Print Copies

Disciplines or Subjects Resistant to Reducing Print Materials

Mistakes in Collection Development

What role has your inter-library loan capabilities and relations with consortia and other partners played in your print materials culling practices? Does the library maintain particularly vigorous print materials sharing arrangements with any other institutions?

Table 1.1 How comfortable would you say your library patrons are with the substitution of eBooks for print titles? Of the same title?

Table 1.2 How comfortable would you say your library patrons are with the substitution of eBooks for print titles? Of the same title? Broken out by US and non USA

Table 1.3 How comfortable would you say your library patrons are with the substitution of eBooks for print titles? Of the same title? Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 1.4 How comfortable would you say your library patrons are with the substitution of eBooks for print titles? Of the same title? Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 2 What has been the library's total spending on print materials in each of the following years: (In US $)

Table 2.1.1 What has been the library's total spending on print materials in 2015 (this is the 2014-15 academic year)? (In US $)

Table 2.1.2 What has been the library's total spending on print materials in 2015 (this is the 2014-15 academic year)? (In US $) Broken out by US and non USA

Table 2.1.3 What has been the library's total spending on print materials in 2015 (this is the 2014-15 academic year)? (In US $) Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 2.1.4 What has been the library's total spending on print materials in 2015 (this is the 2014-15 academic year)? (In US $) Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 2.2.1 What has been the library's total spending on print materials in 2016 (this is the 2015-16 academic year)? (In US $)

Table 2.2.2 What has been the library's total spending on print materials in 2016 (this is the 2015-16 academic year)? (In US $) Broken out by US and non USA

Table 2.2.3 What has been the library's total spending on print materials in 2016 (this is the 2015-16 academic year)? (In US $) Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 2.2.4 What has been the library's total spending on print materials in 2016 (this is the 2015-16 academic year)? (In US $) Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 2.3.1 What has been the library's total spending on print materials in 2017 (this is the 2016-17 academic year)? (In US $)

Table 2.3.2 What has been the library's total spending on print materials in 2017 (this is the 2016-17 academic year)? (In US $) Broken out by US and non USA

Table 2.3.3 What has been the library's total spending on print materials in 2017 (this is the 2016-17 academic year)? (In US $) Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 2.3.4 What has been the library's total spending on print materials in 2017 (this is the 2016-17 academic year)? (In US $) Broken out by FTE librarians

In which areas has the library been most aggressive in eliminating print titles and why in these areas?

What has happened to your library's print materials collection over the past five years? If it larger than it was five years ago, in what areas has it grown? If it is smaller, in what areas has it diminished?

In your view what will happen to your library's print materials collection over the next five years? Will it become larger or smaller? If so, what areas will be most affected and why? Will spending remain the same? Increase or decrease?

Table 3.1 Which phrase best describes your library patrons use of your library's print collection of drawings, paintings, photographs and other objects of art?

Table 3.2 Which phrase best describes your library patrons use of your library's print collection of drawings, paintings, photographs and other objects of art? Broken out by US and non USA

Table 3.3 Which phrase best describes your library patrons use of your library's print collection of drawings, paintings, photographs and other objects of art? Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 3.4 Which phrase best describes your library patrons use of your library's print collection of drawings, paintings, photographs and other objects of art? Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 4 How large is your library's print collection of photographs, drawings, prints, paintings and other objects of art?

Table 4.1.1 How large is your library's print collection of photographs, drawings, prints, paintings and other objects of art in 2015?

Table 4.1.2 How large is your library's print collection of photographs, drawings, prints, paintings and other objects of art in 2015? Broken out by US and non USA

Table 4.1.3 How large is your library's print collection of photographs, drawings, prints, paintings and other objects of art in 2015? Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 4.1.4 How large is your library's print collection of photographs, drawings, prints, paintings and other objects of art in 2015? Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 4.2.1 How large is your library's print collection of photographs, drawings, prints, paintings and other objects of art in 2016?

Table 4.2.2 How large is your library's print collection of photographs, drawings, prints, paintings and other objects of art in 2016? Broken out by US and non USA

Table 4.2.3 How large is your library's print collection of photographs, drawings, prints, paintings and other objects of art in 2016? Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 4.2.4 How large is your library's print collection of photographs, drawings, prints, paintings and other objects of art in 2016? Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 4.3.1 How large is your library's print collection of photographs, drawings, prints, paintings and other objects of art in 2017?

Table 4.3.2 How large is your library's print collection of photographs, drawings, prints, paintings and other objects of art in 2017? Broken out by US and non USA

Table 4.3.3 How large is your library's print collection of photographs, drawings, prints, paintings and other objects of art in 2017? Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 4.3.4 How large is your library's print collection of photographs, drawings, prints, paintings and other objects of art in 2017? Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 5 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in each of the following areas

Table 5.1.1 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in sculpture

Table 5.1.2 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in sculpture Broken out by US and non USA

Table 5.1.3 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in sculpture Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 5.1.4 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in sculpture Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 5.2.1 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in painting

Table 5.2.2 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in painting Broken out by US and non USA

Table 5.2.3 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in painting Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 5.2.4 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in painting Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 5.3.1 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in architecture

Table 5.3.2 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in architecture Broken out by US and non USA

Table 5.3.3 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in architecture Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 5.3.4 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in architecture Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 5.4.1 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in decorative arts

Table 5.4.2 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in decorative arts Broken out by US and non USA

Table 5.4.3 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in decorative arts Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 5.4.4 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in decorative arts Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 5.5.1 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in design

Table 5.5.2 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in design Broken out by US and non USA

Table 5.5.3 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in design Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 5.5.4 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in design Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 5.6.1 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in prints and paintings

Table 5.6.2 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in prints and paintings Broken out by US and non USA

Table 5.6.3 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in prints and paintings Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 5.6.4 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in prints and paintings Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 5.7.1 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in scholarly journals

Table 5.7.2 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in scholarly journals Broken out by US and non USA

Table 5.7.3 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in scholarly journals Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 5.7.4 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in scholarly journals Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 5.8.1 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in books

Table 5.8.2 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in books Broken out by US and non USA

Table 5.8.3 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in books Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 5.8.4 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in books Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 5.9.1 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in photographs

Table 5.9.2 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in photographs Broken out by US and non USA

Table 5.9.3 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in photographs Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 5.9.4 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in photographs Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 5.10.1 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in reference books

Table 5.10.2 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in reference books Broken out by US and non USA

Table 5.10.3 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in reference books Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 5.10.4 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in reference books Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 5.11.1 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in exhibition catalogs

Table 5.11.2 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in exhibition catalogs Broken out by US and non USA

Table 5.11.3 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in exhibition catalogs Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 5.11.4 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in exhibition catalogs Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 5.12.1 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in maps

Table 5.12.2 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in maps Broken out by US and non USA

Table 5.12.3 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in maps Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 5.12.4 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in maps Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 5.13.1 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in scrolls and rare books

Table 5.13.2 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in scrolls and rare books Broken out by US and non USA

Table 5.13.3 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in scrolls and rare books Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 5.13.4 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in scrolls and rare books Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 5.14.1 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in artist book collections

Table 5.14.2 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in artist book collections Broken out by US and non USA

Table 5.14.3 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in artist book collections Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 5.14.4 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in artist book collections Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 5.15.1 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in auction catalogs

Table 5.15.2 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in auction catalogs Broken out by US and non USA

Table 5.15.3 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in auction catalogs Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 5.15.4 Rate the potential for the growth of print collections vs. digital collections in auction catalogs Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 6.1 Approximately what percentage of titles in your print book collection do you cull each year?

Table 6.2 Approximately what percentage of titles in your print book collection do you cull each year? Broken out by US and non USA

Table 6.3 Approximately what percentage of titles in your print book collection do you cull each year? Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 6.4 Approximately what percentage of titles in your print book collection do you cull each year? Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 7.1 If the library has reduced the size of its print collections in recent years, has this led to an increase in space that the library can use for other purposes?

Table 7.2 If the library has reduced the size of its print collections in recent years, has this led to an increase in space that the library can use for other purposes? Broken out by US and non USA

Table 7.3 If the library has reduced the size of its print collections in recent years, has this led to an increase in space that the library can use for other purposes? Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 7.4 If the library has reduced the size of its print collections in recent years, has this led to an increase in space that the library can use for other purposes? Broken out by FTE librarians

If space has been freed-up over the past five years how much space and how is this space now being deployed?

Table 8 How many subscriptions to print forms of art/architecture journals in print formats has the library maintained in each of the following years (include journals available in both print and joint print/online formats)

Table 8.1.1 How many subscriptions to print forms of art/architecture journals in print formats has the library maintained in 2015 (include journals available in both print and joint print/online formats)

Table 8.1.2 How many subscriptions to print forms of art/architecture journals in print formats has the library maintained in 2015 (include journals available in both print and joint print/online formats) Broken out by US and non USA

Table 8.1.3 How many subscriptions to print forms of art/architecture journals in print formats has the library maintained in 2015 (include journals available in both print and joint print/online formats) Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 8.1.4 How many subscriptions to print forms of art/architecture journals in print formats has the library maintained in 2015 (include journals available in both print and joint print/online formats) Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 8.2.1 How many subscriptions to print forms of art/architecture journals in print formats has the library maintained in 2016 (include journals available in both print and joint print/online formats)

Table 8.2.2 How many subscriptions to print forms of art/architecture journals in print formats has the library maintained in 2016 (include journals available in both print and joint print/online formats) Broken out by US and non USA

Table 8.2.3 How many subscriptions to print forms of art/architecture journals in print formats has the library maintained in 2016 (include journals available in both print and joint print/online formats) Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 8.2.4 How many subscriptions to print forms of art/architecture journals in print formats has the library maintained in 2016 (include journals available in both print and joint print/online formats) Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 8.3.1 How many subscriptions to print forms of art/architecture journals in print formats has the library maintained in 2017 (include journals available in both print and joint print/online formats)

Table 8.3.2 How many subscriptions to print forms of art/architecture journals in print formats has the library maintained in 2017 (include journals available in both print and joint print/online formats) Broken out by US and non USA

Table 8.3.3 How many subscriptions to print forms of art/architecture journals in print formats has the library maintained in 2017 (include journals available in both print and joint print/online formats) Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 8.3.4 How many subscriptions to print forms of art/architecture journals in print formats has the library maintained in 2017 (include journals available in both print and joint print/online formats) Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 9.1 Does the library maintain print files of ephemera on individual artists that include items such as news clips, artists notebooks, correspondence, personal papers, auction and gallery catalogs and other information on particular artists?

Table 9.2 Does the library maintain print files of ephemera on individual artists that include items such as news clips, artists notebooks, correspondence, personal papers, auction and gallery catalogs and other information on particular artists? Broken out by US and non USA

Table 9.3 Does the library maintain print files of ephemera on individual artists that include items such as news clips, artists notebooks, correspondence, personal papers, auction and gallery catalogs and other information on particular artists? Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 9.4 Does the library maintain print files of ephemera on individual artists that include items such as news clips, artists notebooks, correspondence, personal papers, auction and gallery catalogs and other information on particular artists? Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 10.1 If so how on how many individual artists and other personages does the library maintain files for?

Table 10.2 If so how on how many individual artists and other personages does the library maintain files for? Broken out by US and non USA

Table 10.3 If so how on how many individual artists and other personages does the library maintain files for? Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 10.4 If so how on how many individual artists and other personages does the library maintain files for? Broken out by FTE librarians

What is the future of these artists’ files in print format? Are they used as much as they have been in the past? Have they been digitized? Are such plans in the works?

Table 11.1 Has the library surveyed its patrons on their preferences for print vs. digital resources as a prelude to decision making on reducing the size of print collections?

Table 11.2 Has the library surveyed its patrons on their preferences for print vs. digital resources as a prelude to decision making on reducing the size of print collections? Broken out by US and non USA

Table 11.3 Has the library surveyed its patrons on their preferences for print vs. digital resources as a prelude to decision making on reducing the size of print collections? Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 11.4 Has the library surveyed its patrons on their preferences for print vs. digital resources as a prelude to decision making on reducing the size of print collections? Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 12.1 Has your library measured use of print versions and digital versions when it maintains access to both forms of a particular resource?

Table 12.2 Has your library measured use of print versions and digital versions when it maintains access to both forms of a particular resource? Broken out by US and non USA

Table 12.3 Has your library measured use of print versions and digital versions when it maintains access to both forms of a particular resource? Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 12.4 Has your library measured use of print versions and digital versions when it maintains access to both forms of a particular resource? Broken out by FTE librarians

If you have studied the use of print and digital forms of the same resource, what have you learned and how have your studies informed your collection decision making?

Among your library end users what is the strongest constituency for print materials?

Table 13 What was your spending on eBooks in each of the following years? (In US $)

Table 13.1.1 What was your spending on eBooks in 2014? (In US $)

Table 13.1.2 What was your spending on eBooks in 2014? (In US $) Broken out by US and non USA

Table 13.1.3 What was your spending on eBooks in 2014? (In US $) Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 13.1.4 What was your spending on eBooks in 2014? (In US $) Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 13.2.1 What was your spending on eBooks in 2015? (In US $)

Table 13.2.2 What was your spending on eBooks in 2015? (In US $) Broken out by US and non USA

Table 13.2.3 What was your spending on eBooks in 2015? (In US $) Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 13.2.4 What was your spending on eBooks in 2015? (In US $) Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 13.3.1 What was your spending on eBooks in 2016? (In US $)

Table 13.3.2 What was your spending on eBooks in 2016? (In US $) Broken out by US and non USA

Table 13.3.3 What was your spending on eBooks in 2016? (In US $) Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 13.3.4 What was your spending on eBooks in 2016? (In US $) Broken out by FTE librarians

What are the library's future plans for its print directory subscriptions?

Table 14 How much has the library spent on print subscriptions to newspapers and magazines that are not research or professional journals in each of the following years? (In US $)

Table 14.1.1 How much has the library spent on print subscriptions to newspapers and magazines that are not research or professional journals in 2015? (In US $)

Table 14.1.2 How much has the library spent on print subscriptions to newspapers and magazines that are not research or professional journals in 2015? (In US $) Broken out by US and non USA

Table 14.1.3 How much has the library spent on print subscriptions to newspapers and magazines that are not research or professional journals in 2015? (In US $) Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 14.1.4 How much has the library spent on print subscriptions to newspapers and magazines that are not research or professional journals in 2015? (In US $) Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 14.2.1 How much has the library spent on print subscriptions to newspapers and magazines that are not research or professional journals in 2016? (In US $)

Table 14.2.2 How much has the library spent on print subscriptions to newspapers and magazines that are not research or professional journals in 2016? (In US $) Broken out by US and non USA

Table 14.2.3 How much has the library spent on print subscriptions to newspapers and magazines that are not research or professional journals in 2016? (In US $) Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 14.2.4 How much has the library spent on print subscriptions to newspapers and magazines that are not research or professional journals in 2016? (In US $) Broken out by FTE librarians

Table 14.3.1 How much has the library spent on print subscriptions to newspapers and magazines that are not research or professional journals in 2017 (anticipated)? (In US $)

Table 14.3.2 How much has the library spent on print subscriptions to newspapers and magazines that are not research or professional journals in 2017 (anticipated)? (In US $) Broken out by US and non USA

Table 14.3.3 How much has the library spent on print subscriptions to newspapers and magazines that are not research or professional journals in 2017 (anticipated)? (In US $) Broken out by Type of Institution

Table 14.3.4 How much has the library spent on print subscriptions to newspapers and magazines that are not research or professional journals in 2017 (anticipated)? (In US $) Broken out by FTE librarians

Mention some incidents, if any, in which the library was forced to back track and restore access to print copies of materials that had been culled in printed form.

Are particular disciplines or subjects in your view particularly resistant to the culling of, or reduced purchasing of print materials? If so which ones?

What is the greatest mistake that the library has made in its print materials collection development decision making in recent years?

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- Birmingham Museum of Art
- Clemson University Gunnin Architecture Library
- Columbia University, Avery Library
- DePaul University
- Glasgow School of Art
- Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester
- Museum of Contemporary Art
- National Galleries of Scotland
- Navy Experimental Diving Unit
- New School of Architecture and Design
- NSCAD University
- NYIT Art & Architecture Library
- Palm Springs Art Museum
- Savannah College of Art and Design
- Sheffield Hallam University
- The Morgan Library & Museum
- University of Auckland
- University of Cumbria
- University of Kansas
- University of Wisconsin, Madison
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