Friday, September 15, 2006

President Gora Allocates Additional Collection Development Funds

President Gora has approved the University Libraries’ request for an additional $200,000 for University Libraries’ Collections Development.

Dr. Arthur W. Hafner, Dean of University Libraries, requested the funds to allow the University Libraries to provide each academic department with more money to acquire books and other resources for their graduate teaching and research. In his request, he stated that the funds would allow the University Libraries to collaborate with the academic deans and departments to restore a balance between the purchase of subscription and non-subscription items.

Dr. O’Neal Smitherman, Vice President for Information Technology and CIO, confirmed that the University Libraries will work with the Provost’s Office using the regular distribution process for library collection development moneys.

“I am appreciative to President Gora who has found these moneys in a time of tight budgets,” said Dr. Hafner. “I also appreciate the efforts of Dr. Smitherman and several faculty campus leaders who expressed the concern for additional library collection moneys.”

When news about the allocation became public, it was very favorably received the college deans, department heads, and department library representatives, and faculty. Dr. Hafner mentioned that librarians were very pleased, too.


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