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Workbook I -- Analyzing Library Capacity
The Faculty Senate Library Committee reviews all proposals for new degree programs, new centers, etc., for
adequacy of library holdings and services. To assist the committee in its deliberations, please address the
topics below in your proposal in collaboration with the librarian(s) responsible for collection development in
your discipline(s). The names of appropriate librarians are available from the Director of Libraries at 335-4558
or from your dean’s office.
1. In specific terms, describe the adequacy of existing capacity:
Questions to ask:
How adequate are the existing library collections for the proposed program
How adequate is the existing library equipment for the proposed program
How adequate are the existing personnel and services for the proposed program
How will this program contribute to the funding of existing serials, given their ever increasing costs
2. What is the need for new library collections:
Areas to consider:
a. Serials (e.g., journals or indexes in print, electronic format, microform, etc.):
1) List new serials titles (and costs) that will be needed.
2) What funds have been designated for these titles and for the ongoing serials subscriptions
3) Can any of your current serials subscriptions be cancelled to purchase the new titles
4) What additional library equipment will be needed and how will it be funded (e.g.,
terminals, CD-ROM readers, etc.)
b. Monographs (e.g., books in print, electronic format, etc.):
1) Will monographs need to be purchased
2) Have continuing funds been designated for these and future purchases
3) What additional library equipment will be needed and how will it be funded (e.g.,
terminals, CD-ROM readers, etc.)
c. Media (e.g., films, videotapes, sound recordings, etc.):
1) Are media materials needed
2) Have funds been designated
3) What additional multimedia equipment will be needed and how will it be funded
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