April 23, 2017

Taking Floating Collections to the Next Level: Asset Management with collectionHQ

SPONSORED BY: collectionHQ and Library Journal
EVENT TIME AND DATE:  Wednesday, September 5, 2012, 1:00-2:00 PM ET/10:00 – 11:00 AM PT

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It’s a fact—floating collections save time, eliminate waste, and increase material usage. Institutions that have implemented floating collections also have found cost-savings as well as relief for shrinking funding for collections. This webcast will feature three expert panelists who will discuss how the implementation of collectionHQ has allowed their institutions to take floating collections to the next level, and how it has introduced a greater level of asset management than they have ever been able to achieve. From the backroom details to top level management, attendees will learn how collectionHQ will increase the efficiency and performance of their floating collections, and how evidence-based stock management positively affects collection development and management.


Aimee Fifarek – Library Technologies & Content Senior Manager, Scottsdale Public Library (AZ)

Miriam Tuliao – Assistant Director, New York Public Library (NY)

Susan Moore – Deputy Director, San Diego County Library (CA)


Ian Downie – Director, International Business Development, collectionHQ

Can’t make it September 5? No problem! Register now and you will get an email reminder from Library Journal post-live event when the webcast is archived and available for on-demand viewing at your convenience!

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  1. This was an excellent broadcast – a huge amount of information. Thanks to all participants. Can anyone tell me if there is a user group for collectionHQ?

  2. pauline preston says:

    Just wondering whether this webcast was archived and available anywhere
    I would love to be able to hear it