However, if you haven't done so, could you or someone else in your
library take a few minutes to reply by email to the following questions?
Our media collections have recently been moved into the library. The
questions being raised are Why treat these collections any differently
from books? Shouldn't they be in open stacks and have the same library
policies applied to them as for everything else? This survey is an
attempt to find out what is being done in other academic libraries who
house media and music collections. I will be happy to send a compilation
of all the results to the list once they have been tallied
Thanks very much for your time.
</bold><bigger><bigger>This survey is being conducted by Instructional
Media Services, Mansfield Library, University of MontanaMissoula. For
further information, please contact:
Melisa Nicoud, Mansfield Library, University of Montana, Missoula,
Montana. 59812-9936 or Karen Driessen, Mansfield Library, University of
Montana, Missoula, Montana 59812-4968.
<bold><italic>We would appreciate your valuable input by taking a few
moments to complete the following survey. Please drop into the box
marked</italic> Media Survey at the CCUMC Registration table</bold>.
</bigger></bigger><fontfamily><param>Times</param>1. What type of
library are you affiliated with:
____ Academic ____Special _____Public ______School (K-12)
<bigger><bigger>2</bigger></bigger>. Is your <bold>media</bold>
collection: Is your <bold>music </bold>collection:
_________Open stacks ________Open stacks
______x___Closed stacks ________Closed stacks
_________Combination of open/closed ________Combination
_________Integrated with print collection ________Integrated with print collection
3. If your collections are open, to which formats does this apply? (Check all that apply)
<bold>Open Closed Open Closed
Art prints ______ _______ Phonodiscs ________ _______
Audiocassettes closed__ _______ Slides _open___ _______
CDs ______ _______ Slides/w cassettes ________ _______
Computer files ______ _______ Study prints ________ _______
DVDs ______ _______ Videocassettes __closed _______
Globes ______ _______ Scores ________ _______
Kits ______ _______ Sheet music ________ _______
Maps ______ _______
4</bigger>. Are any of the collections bookable? Available for advanced booking? Yes If yes, are any bookable formats in open stacks? no If yes, please specifiy: ____video________________________
5. How is your <bold>media</bold> collection organized? How is your <bold>music</bold> collection organized?
________Accession Number ________Accession number
6. If your media and music collections are open, what security measures are being used?
_________Browse empty cases
Other security measures, please explain:
7. How do your media and music material circulate: (for Academic and Special Libraries)<bigger><bigger>
____x___</bigger></bigger>On-Site use only
_________Faculty check out only
________Students, faculty and staff only
________Students, faculty, staff and non-university patrons
Other? Please explain:
450,000 slides circulate to staff, assorted faculties, students and the general public.
</fontfamily></excerpt></excerpt> 700 videos are used in the museum
8. Are you satisfied with your current media/music arrangements? Please explain.
Karen C. Driessen, Director Phone: 406-243-2856 Instructional Media Services (MMLAO1) FAX: 406-243-4067 32 Campus Drive #4968 E-mail: email@example.com The University of Montana Missoula MT 59812-4968
Sara Jane Pearman
Cleveland Museum of Art
11150 East Blvd
Cleveland Oh, 44106