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CMCAB June 2017 Meeting

The Jisc Collection Management Community Advisory Board met on 29th June.  Here is a summary of our discussions: As usual an update on CCM Tools & Copac activity was provided. Highlights included: The CCM Tools pilot with the University of Sydney is progressing. We are working on providing a MARC exchange upload facility.  Once established […]

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CMCAB February 2017 Meeting

Please find below a summary of the Jisc Collection Management Community Advisory Board (CMCAB) meeting held on 3rd February 2017.  We have received some positive responses from the community about these updates, but welcome your comments and suggestions for improvements. The Board welcomed another new member, Dawn Holland from the University of Hull.  The time […]

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Notes from the CMCAB Meeting in November 2016

The Jisc Collection Management Community Advisory Board (CMCAB) met on the 7th November 2016 in Manchester, and welcomed a new member, Mark Hughes, Head of Library Services at Cardiff Metropolitan University.  Details of the other members of the Board are provided in the Board report from July. A brief summary of the meeting follows: Updates […]

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Notes from the CMCAB Meeting in July 2016

As reported in a previous blog post, the CCM Tools Advisory Board broadened its scope and remit following discussions earlier this year and with this came a new name: the Jisc Collection Management Community Advisory Board. As part of this new remit the Board would like to keep members of the community updated with news […]

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A Community Advisory Board for Collections Management

A recent paper circulated to the lis-collection-mgmt@jiscmail.ac.uk email discussion list outlined new developments in the role of the former Copac Collection Management Tools Board. As announced by Ruth Elder at the CM@ Bristol event in February 2016, the Board considered that as a group with a broader remit it could provide a valuable role to […]