Strategies for collaboratively maintaining A- Z lists
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This article discusses a project to integrate the management expertise of an Electronic Resources Librarian with the experiences of users, including students and Research & Instruction Librarians, to create a more user-centered A-Z database list. The authors analyzed the database lists of 10 peer institutions that use the Springshare A-Z Database List, gathered data about their own database list, surveyed colleagues, and developed an assignment for two library classes to understand how students and librarians use database lists. The article summarizes their findings and includes recommendations for collaboratively maintaining database lists that can be implemented at any library.
McKelvey, Hannah, and Star Bradley. “Strategies for Collaboratively Maintaining A-Z Lists.” Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship 33, no. 4 (October 2, 2021): 239–251. doi:10.1080/1941126x.2021.1988442.