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Managing library collections in an ongoing and ever-changing process. Between monitoring community interests, cataloging print and digital materials, weeding and preserving, the work of catalogers and technical service staff is never complete. This section will connect you with information about materials acquisition, cataloging, circulation, collection development and maintenance, processing and preservation, and digitization.

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You're Not a Real Fan: What Libraries Can Offer Fandom

 News / Last Modified: 10 April 2014

Fandom, enthusiasts surrounding a particular work or interest, is becoming increasingly popular. Members of fandom, as well as those researching this phenomenon, agree that it has a positive impact on individuals including improved social and technic...

Arizona Memory Project

 Webinar / Last Modified: 31 January 2014

Archive and associated resources for February 9, 2010, session with Richard Prouty as part of the Technology Essentials 2010, online conference.

Cataloging Efficiencies That Make a Difference

 Webinar / Last Modified: 31 January 2014

Archive and associated resources for the June 14, 2011, webinar with Daphne Kouretas, Helen Heinrich, and Debbi Dinkins on Cataloging Good Practices for Great Outcomes

Cataloging as Collaborative Librarianship

 Webinar / Last Modified: 31 January 2014

Archive and associated resources for the June 2, 2011, webinar with Rebecca L. Lubas, Amy Jackson and Sever Bordeianu on cataloging partnerships.

An Introduction to Digital Preservation

 Webinar / Last Modified: 31 January 2014

Archive and associated resources for December 15, 2010, webinar with Lisa A. Gregory, Jennifer Ricker and Amy Rudersdorf presenting on digital preservation.