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Collections & Facilities
March 4, 2011 - 11:48am — lauralee
Every library, whether it serves a school or a municipality, is responsible for developing local collections which meet the needs of that community. On the Build your Collection page we've gathered some great tools that will help you build better collections using best practices in material selection, acquisition, and weeding.
Visit the Manage your Space page to find guidelines and worksheets that will help you plan or improve your library space. If your community is planning to renovate or build a new library, the Library Funding page lists government grants you may be able to access.
And don't forget to take advantage of the expertise available from Parkland's library consultants. These professional librarians can help you plan and reorganize library spaces. They can also assist with collection development by providing an assessment of your library collections, advice on selecting and purchasing new material, and assistance with weeding existing collections.
Dec 25-Jan 1 - Parkland office closed
Dec 27-31 - Emergency helpdesk support available to libraries from 10 am to 4 pm
Jan 17 - Workshop - Annual Report & iPac Attack at Parkland, all day
Jan 20 - Workshop - Annual Report & iPac Attack at Parkland, all day