Collection Management

The Library manages its collections to support the University’s current and anticipated research, teaching and learning needs.


The Collection Management Plan is produced by the Library to describe and communicate its goals with respect to collections. It provides a general framework for the selection and acquisition of information resources, as well as storage, availability and retention. The plan gives more detail regarding collection management at faculty and subject levels.

Part A:
General
Key principles

Material types

Special material types and collections
Part B:
Faculty and subject plans
Arts Business and Economics Education Science
Engineering
Law
Creative Arts and Industries Medical and Health Sciences
Part C:
Other collection plans
New Zealand and Pacific

Mātauranga Māori

Maps and aerial photographs

Special Collections

Library and Information Science