Collection Management and Development is one of the top-level categories in the Professional Knowledge and Skills Base (PKSB). It involves knowledge and skills such as the process of planning, delivering, maintaining and evaluating a programme of stock acquisition and management which meets current objectives and builds a coherent and reliable collection to allow for future development of the service. Includes collection management, resource selection and acquisition and planning for continued future use.
The PKSB is your map of the knowledge and skills in the library, information and knowledge professions. Use it as a self-assessment tool for professional development and to demonstrate your unique skill set to employers. It is also a framework for skills analysis, staff training and development plans.
On 28th July this year the repeal of Section 52 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (CDPA) came into force.
With thousands of special collections around in the British Isles covering 550 years and a vast range of topics, how does one choose one’s favourit
This post is part of a series of blogs we are publishing about the role of libraries in times of crisis.