April 16, 2013
The Affinity Group Heads are seeking your input and perspective on the discussion document “Towards a Collections and Content Development Strategic Plan.”
Proposed recommendations in this discussion document focus on strategies for the development of intellectually coherent collections and content across the Harvard Library, and affirm the continuing importance of librarians, curators, and archivists to work closely with their faculties and other constituencies to address the dynamic changes in the research, teaching, and learning landscape. After consultation with the University community, resulting recommendations will go to the Harvard Library Board for approval.
Towards a Collections and Content Development Strategic Plan: Discussion Document Open Sessions
Each session will be held in Room 021, 90 Mt. Auburn Street, unless indicated otherwise.
This session will focus on research, teaching, and learning (RTL) as it pertains to the collections and content development strategic plan; all are welcome.
This session will focus on collection building, special collections, and archives; all are welcome.
Additional meetings are planned in the next few weeks for Affinity Groups, local libraries and units, and various faculty groups.
We hope that you can join us at an open session, or, if you prefer, please post your comments to the discussion forum or send them to library_leadershipharvard [dot] edu.
Leslie Donnell, Affinity Group 1
Lynne Schmelz, Affinity Group 2
Douglas Gragg, Affinity Group 3
Ann Whiteside, Affinity Group 4
Megan Sniffin-Marinoff, Affinity Group 5