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Holistic Decision-Making Frameworks: Accountability, Transparency, and Communication

  • Author(s): Dundon, Kate;
  • Hughes, Margaret;
  • Jones, Jasmine;
  • Jones, Sarah R;
  • Kim, Christine
  • et al.
Creative Commons 'BY' version 4.0 license
Abstract

Panelists in this traditional session will discuss holistic decision-making frameworks for collection management activities. They will share how to build accountability to their organizational mission and values in these frameworks, as well as transparency in decision-making and strategic thinking to achieve long-term goals. In particular, the panelists will focus on how they are thinking about and embedding principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion in these decision-making frameworks. The panelists represent a variety of institutional perspectives with differing stakeholders, priorities, legacies, and processes in place, as well as a range of collection management functions, which includes prioritizing processing; strategic decision-making related to backlogs, reappraisal, and discovery; ethical and legal responsibilities towards contributors of metadata; and the creation of a DEI interest group to critically examine all areas of collection management.

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