"It’s easy enough to embrace the general sentiment of collaboration, but more often than not, cooperative instincts are undermined by the crosscurrents of specific circumstances."

Mark Sandler, Director, Center for Library Initiatives, Committee on Institutional Cooperation

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Vol 6, No 1 (2014): Collaborative Librarianship

Table of Contents


How Super-Consortia Saved Our Libraries from the Forces of Evil...and Themselves PDF
Mark Sandler 1-4

Scholarly Articles

Working Together: Joint Use Canadian Academic and Public Libraries Abstract PDF
Rachel Sarjeant-Jenkins, Keith Walker 5-19
Academic Librarians and the Sustainability Curriculum: Building Alliances to Support a Paradigm Shift Abstract PDF
Madeleine Charney 20-35

From the Field

Planning from the Middle Out: Phase 1 of 2CUL Technical Services Integration Abstract PDF
Kate Harcourt, Jim LeBlanc 36-41
Toward Improved Discoverability of Scholarly Content: Cross-Sector Collaboration Essentials Abstract PDF
Mary M. Somerville, Lettie Y. Conrad 42-46
Collaboration in Australian Library Consortia Abstract PDF
Rona Wade, Valerie Horton 47-49

Viewpoints: Technology Matters

RFP Development: Collaborative, Iterative and Empowering PDF
Lori Bowen Ayre 50-51

Viewpoints: Perspectives

Enhancing Collaboration through the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning PDF
Michael Perini 52-55


Review of Collaboration in Libraries and Learning Environments PDF
Rebecca Hedreen 56-57
Review of Digital Humanities in Practice PDF
Josh Honn 58