To achieve the strategic direction for creative and dynamic content management, dedicated staff in the Acquisitions & Collections Services Department acquire online resources, print books, serials, and various materials on behalf of the University of Florida Smathers Libraries, its various branches and the Health Science Center Libraries (HSCL).
The department consists of three units of operations: Print & Media, Accounting & Serials, and Electronic Resources (E-Resources), plus two programs - Gifts and Exchanges. In conjunction with the university libraries' Subject Specialists/Selectors and the HSCL Liaison Librarians, staff in the department manage orders, pay invoices, and track a combined materials budget in excess of 12 million dollars that involves hundreds of funds in Aleph.
Staff also administer several Use-Driven Acquisitions (UDA) plans; maintain thousands of serial subscriptions; oversee monograph approval/slip plans that acquire print and e-books; and establish license agreements and maintain access to several hundred databases and online journals.
Please consult the list below to determine the staff to contact.
Monographs & Media (firm ordering; claiming; budget management; invoicing; YBP approval plan; foreign and special approval plans): Aimee Barrett; Eric Gumbayan; Elaine Needelman; Michelle McClure, Jason Heckathorn
Databases & E-Journals (ordering; licensing; e-res budget management, invoicing; access): Trey Shelton; Jay Wiese; Doug Kiker; Angie Stewart
Resource Budgets (allocations; expenditure; budget transfers; PS-Aleph reconciliation; cost shared resources with colleges & departments): Raimonda Margjoni; Laydene Manning; Verna Bedford
Serials (Print & Print + Online subscriptions and standing orders; order records; payments, ordering-cancellations); Raimonda Margjoni; Mark Allender
Gifts & Exchange: Raimonda Margjoni Bruce Fraleigh
Vendor database questions:
Materials Budget Update
Fiscal year 2016-17 firm order deadlines have been announced. Please continue to monitor your budgets in Aleph or via the Library Materials Budget Reports located here: http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/acqstaff/a_p
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