Curriculum mapping is a process for evaluating the curriculum's cohesiveness, proper sequencing, and goal achievement. Academic libraries use it to assess connections and overlap between information literacy and the program curriculum to identify library instruction opportunities.
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Weeding the library's collection is a vital piece of collection development because it provides a more accessible and attractive collection to patrons. Gain techniques for collection assessment, evaluation criteria, weeding policies, and best practices for weeding the collection in "Let It Go: Weeding Your Library's Collection".
Libraries often must justify collection decisions or find creative ways to remove barriers to access. Develop a broad understanding of intellectual freedom as a professional value to navigate challenges and implement effective policies.