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Collection and Curation provides well-researched and authoritative information on the rapidly-changing conceptions of what collection development is in libraries, archives, museums and galleries. Also its purpose, practice and issues arising.

ISSN: 2514-9326
eISSN: 2514-9334

Aims and scope

Relevant topics include but are not limited to the following: 

  • ‘Collection’ and management of files and data by academic libraries, in the service of  the research and teaching purpose of universities
  • ‘Collection’ of files and data for  wider organisation planning purposes
  • Academic library curriculum mapping
  • Collection assessment as part of wider library assessment
  • Co-operative and collaborative ‘collection’ of cultural heritage artefacts, including where technology enables innovative approaches 
  • Public libraries as centers for civic engagement, digital inclusion, lifelong learning and for health and wellbeing information
  • ‘Collection’ development and the use of space. 

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