Faculty scholarship collections: Identifying, capturing, archiving, and accessing history

UNCW Author/Contributor (non-UNCW co-authors, if there are any, appear on document)
Andrew Dutka (Creator)
Sherman Hayes, University Librarian (Creator)
Adina L. Riggins, University Archivist (Creator)
Institution
The University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW )
Web Site: http://library.uncw.edu/

Abstract: ABSTRACT. It has long been the mission of faculty to add to the world’s intellectual base. Academic libraries have the opportunity to play a key role in the acquisition, preservation and management of faculty intellectual product. The goal of this article is to address important issues surrounding today’s faculty scholarship collections, including the issues of explosive growth in quantity of product and the emergence of scholarship in newer, machine-readable formats. At the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, the University Archives (UA) has found that the Faculty Scholarship Collection contains valuable resources for researchers and serves to recognize university faculty for their scholarly contributions.

Additional Information

Publication
Lack, A., Dutka, A., & Hayes, S. Faculty scholarship collections: Identifying, capturing, archiving, and accessing history. Collection Management, 26 (2), 57-66.
Language: English
Date: 2001
Keywords
Archives--Collection management, Academic libraries, Academic libraries--Relations with faculty and curriculum, Collection development (Libraries), Collection management (Libraries)
Subjects
Academic libraries
Collection development (Libraries)
Archives--Collection management
Collection management (Libraries)
Academic libraries--Relations with faculty and curriculum

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