This page focuses on the Partnership News and Events. See the More Information page for Shared Print in the News.
Susan Stearns (Eastern Academic Scholars’ Trust) and Alison Wohlers (California Digital Library, University of California) have authored and article tracing the history of Shared Print programs and introducing the formation of the Partnership for Shared Book Collections which was published in Collaborative Librarianship on October 21, 2020. Citation: Stearns, Susan and Wohlers, Alison (2020) “Shared … Continue reading Shared Print on the Threshold: Looking Back and Forging the Future
Susan Stearns , Matthew Revitt and Kirsten Leonard have authored an article about the Partnership which was published in the Journal of Library Administration on September 1, 2020.
Rosemont Alliance and Partnership for Shared Book Collections Release New Video on Value of Shared Print
The Rosemont Shared Print Alliance and the Partnership for Shared Book Collections are pleased to announce the release of a new, two-minute video highlighting the importance of shared print collections in libraries. Especially in the present moment. Please see the attached press release for full details. You can view the video here: https://youtu.be/Ie8qm_idkDU.
Officially launched in January of 2020, the Partnership for Shared Book Collections is a federation of monograph shared print programs with a mission of coordinating collaboration among shared print monograph initiatives. As part of the Partnership, the Best Practices Working Group has collaborated on the development of several best practices for shared print programs. This … Continue reading Best Practices Working Group Webinar Recording Available
The University of California Libraries’ Shared Print Program Joins the Partnership for Shared Book Collections. See their Press Release dated May 1st, 2020.
The Partnership is seeking a part time Program Coordinator. See the position description in the pdf below. NOTE: Application deadline of July 1, 2020.
Read the Press Release on the launching of the Partnership for Shared Book Collections.
The Partnership for Shared Book Collections formally launched at the Print Archive Network (PAN) Forum at ALA mid winter in Philadelphia. Read more about the Partnership in the January 2020 PAN report:
The Partnership Outreach and Engagement Working Group, along with the assistance of Micheal Rodriguez, have penned a new Wikipedia page focused on Shared Collections: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collective_collections Kudos to those involved!
Come learn more about the Parntership at the PAN Forum at Midwinter Date: Friday, January 24, 2020Time: 9 AM- 11:30 AMLocation: Pennsylvania Convention Center, Room 103-AProgram: Print Archive Network Forum (PAN)
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