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Head of Collection Development and Management

Lead, manage, and coordinate print and electronic collection development and management for the Smith College Libraries.  Supervise 7-8 staff responsible for the acquisition and cataloging of the library’s general print and electronic collection.   In conjunction with the Director of Discovery and Access, oversee the Libraries’ materials budget of $4 million.  Provide strategic direction for collection decisions based on data collection and assessment, curricular and research needs, and available financial resources.  Coordinate Smith’s collaborative collection efforts within the Five Colle

Strategic Plan

Oberlin Group of Libraries: 

Vision, Mission, Values, and Strategic Directions

Approved May 2020 

 

ARL, ACRL, Oberlin Group of Libraries Urge Library Vendors to Continue Free Access

Jun
05

ARL, ACRL, and the Oberlin Group of Libraries urge library vendors to continue free access and to hold subscription prices steady during COVID-19 Pandemic (June 5, 2020)

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The Oberlin Group of Libraries condemns systemic racism and violence and affirms our commitment to continuous anti-racist work across our libraries and institutions

Jun
03

The Oberlin Group, a national consortium of libraries at liberal arts colleges, stands with people of conscience across the country as we condemn all violence against Black people and People of Color. When one human life is mistreated, we are all diminished. Recent incidents are indicative of deep and systemic patterns of racism and oppression. (June 3, 2020)

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The Oberlin Group of Libraries condemns systemic racism and violence and affirms our commitment to continuous anti-racist work across our libraries and institutions (June 3, 2020)

Jun
03

The Oberlin Group, a national consortium of libraries at liberal arts colleges, stands with people of conscience across the country as we condemn all violence against Black people and People of Color. When one human life is mistreated, we are all diminished. Recent incidents are indicative of deep and systemic patterns of racism and oppression. We further condemn the violence of structural racism evinced in the disproportionate number of deaths and deleterious health and economic impacts People of Color are facing in the current COVID pandemic.

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