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Collaborative Collections Lifecycle Project (CCLP) Spring 2024 Public Update Webinar, March 28, 2024

Networks of libraries have a long tradition of working together to expand their resources and provide more comprehensive coverage across all subjects through sharing of resources. As one of these strategies, larger networks of institutions have recently explored wider adoption of cooperative collections management, which this project defines as a process by which networks of institutions work collaboratively to acquire, manage, circulate, and preserve collections across the network. The CCLP seeks to overcome serious barriers to wider implementations, including the lack of available vendor-neutral interoperable systems, adequate governance and decision-making frameworks, and assessment tools. As more organizations test out this model, there is a need for standards and best practices that support cooperative selection, acquisitions, processing and analytics. In August of 2022, NISO, Lehigh University Library, and PALCI, along with more than 25 other partner organizations, received an IMLS National Leadership Grant to support the development of best practices for this lifecycle process and to prototype tools to support elements of the workflow. The Cooperative Collections Lifecycle Project (CCLP) was approved by NISO members in the Fall of 2022 and has been making steady progress toward our three-year goals of producing these best practices and prototypes. Over the past two years, NISO has launched a steering committee and six working groups and has begun research on communities of practice related to cooperative collections management. NISO hosted a free public webinar on March 28th at 1 PM Eastern to update the community on the Collaborative Collections Lifecycle Project (CCLP), its grant from IMLS to support this work, as well as provide information on the current progress of the associated Collaborative Collections Lifecycle Infrastructure Project (CCLIP) and the Working Groups within this project. The CCLP Project and this free webinar was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Grant #: LG-252384-OLS-22.
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Each year, NISO hosts a number of other virtual events, most of which are free and open to all. These include our annual members meeting, updates on NISO standards, online workshops, and more. Recordings are made openly available to the community as soon as possible after the event.
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Bill Maltarich

Head, Collection Development, New York University Division of Libraries

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Boaz Nadav-Manes

University Librarian, Lehigh University


Boaz Nadav-Manes is the University Librarian at Lehigh University. Boaz has broad experience in higher education library administration, most recently serving as Associate University Librarian for Access Services and Collection Management at Brown University, with responsibility for the management of collections budget, as well as oversight of Brown Library collection development, technical services, public services, resource sharing, preservation, and off-site storage. Focused on inclusive leadership, Nadav-Manes strengthens ways by which units and departments can work more cohesively as a unified whole to support the success of students, faculty, staff, and broader community members. Before Brown, he served as a Senior Product Manager in the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) in Leiden, Netherlands, and held several positions of increasing responsibility at the Cornell University Library. He has been active in leadership roles in a number of professional organizations, including in the Ivy Plus Libraries Collection Development, Technical Services, and Resource Sharing groups. Most recently, he served as chair of the The NorthEast Research Libraries consortium (NERL) Program Council Executive Committee. At Lehigh, Nadav-Manes leads the staff and operations at the Lehigh University libraries and oversees the Lehigh libraries’ budget and the university’s participation in the Mellon Foundation-supported Open Library Environment (OLE) library management system and the evolving FOLIO (The Future of Libraries is Open) initiative.
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Filip Jakobsen

UX & Interaction Designer, Samhæng

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Jesse Koennecke

Director of Acquisitions and E-Resource Licensing Services, Cornell University Library

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Jharina Pascual

Electronic Resources Acquisitions Librarian, University of California, Irvine

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Jill Morris

Executive Director, PALCI


Jill Morris is the Executive Director of the PALCI Consortium (Pennsylvania Academic Library Consortium, Inc.), made up of 69 academic and research libraries in PA, NY, NJ, and WV. For the past ten years, Jill has worked for large library consortia where her primary responsibilities have centered around collaborative collections and program design, as well as library content negotiations. Jill became PALCI's Executive Director in January 2019, after previously serving as the organization's Senior Program Officer and Associate Director. Prior to her time at PALCI, Jill held a number of positions with the NC LIVE consortium in North Carolina. Jill currently leads a number of cross-consortial projects, including the CC-PLUS initiative, funded by IMLS, to build an open source platform for the harvest, display and analysis of consortium eResource usage statistics. Jill received her MSLS from UNC Chapel Hill and holds a BA in History from SUNY Geneseo.
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Millicent Fullmer

Acquisitions and Cataloging Librarian, University of San Diego

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Todd Carpenter

Executive Director, Executive Director


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Todd Carpenter

Executive Director - NISO


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