How UCL streamlined its 18 libraries and prepared to engage with the national collection agenda
With intense pressure for study space in central London, University College London (UCL) chose GreenGlass to develop a shared strategy for rationalizing library collections across its 18 libraries and an off-site storage facility. It would also help prepare for the national collective collection.
GreenGlass helps free up collection stacks for study space for UCL’s large body of students. It also helps UCL deliver an institution-wide collection strategy and prepare for future national collective collection work.
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