Module Identifier IL30510  
Academic Year 2004/2005  
Co-ordinator Mr Raymond E Lonsdale  
Semester Semester 1  
Other staff Ms Susan J Mends  
Course delivery Lecture   15 Hours  
  Seminars / Tutorials   10 Hours  
Assessment TypeAssessment Length/DetailsProportion
Semester Assessment Report on the evaluation of methods used by their Library/Information Service for promoting the collection. 1500 word report.50%
Semester Assessment Essay of 1500 words  50%

Learning outcomes

At the end of this module students should be able to:

Brief description

Transferable skills

This modules encompasses the following skills:

Reading Lists

** Essential Reading
Gorman, G E. Editor (2000) International Yearbook of Library and Information Management 2000: collection managment. London: Library Associaiton Publishing
Gorman, G.E. (2001) Evaluating Library Collections London: Aslib
McCellan, A. W. (1978) The logistics of public library bookstock Association of Assistant Librarieans
(1998) Public Library Stock Management Leeds: NAG
Stephens, A.E. (editor) (1998) Public library collection development in the information age New York: The Haworth Press, Inc
Ainley, P. and Totterdell, B (1982) Alternative arrangement: new approaches to public library stock London : Association of Assistant Librarians
Clayton, P. and Gorman, G. E. (2000) Managing information resouces in libraries London: Library Association
Feather, J. (1996) Preservation and the management of library collections 2nd. London: Library Association
Gorman, G. E. and Miller, R. H. editors (1997) Collection management for the 21st century: a handbook for librarians West Port, Conn: Greenwood Press
Jenkins, C. and Morley, M. editors (1999) Collection Management in academic libraries 2nd. Aldershot: Gower
Bryant, B. Editor (1989) Guidelines for written collection policy statements Chicago: Americal Library Association
Chapman, Liz. (2001) Managing Aquisitions in Library and Information Services 2nd. London: Library Assocaion Publishing
Anderson, J.,S. (1996) Guide for written collection policy statements / Subcommittee to Revise the Guide for Written Collection Policy Statements Administration of Collection Development Committee, Collection Managment and Development Section, Association for Library Collections and Technical Services. 2nd (rev). Chicago, Illinois: Ammeircan Library Association
Futas, E. (1995) Collection development policies and procedures 3rd. Phoenix, Arizona: Oryx Press
Evans, G.E. (1995) Developing library and information centre collections 3rd. Littleton, Colorado: Libraries Unlimited
Baker, S. L (1993) The responsive public library collection : how to develop and market it. Littetion Colorado: Libraries Unlimited
Woodward, H. and Morley,M. (editors) (1995) Endangered species? evolving strategies for library collection management. Witney: UKSG
Spiller, D. (2000) Providing materials for library users 6th. Library Association
Pearce, M. Editor (1992) Non-standard collection management Aldershot:Ashgate

Lonsdale, R. and Wheatley, A. (1991) The provision of audiovisual and computer services to young people by British public libraries: collection management and promotion of services. International review of children's literature and librarianship 6(1) 1991. 31 - 55


This module is at CQFW Level 6