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2016 Bonisteel Library Annual Report

2016 Bonisteel Library Annual Report

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2016 Bonisteel Library Annual Report

  1. 1. 2016 Bonisteel Library Annual Report Igniting lifelong passion for the arts Bonisteel Library 9900 Diamond Park Rd. Interlochen, MI 49643 T 231.276.7420 library-help@interlochen.org http://library.interlochen.org
  2. 2. –Bonisteel Library Mission “The Bonisteel Library advances the passion for arts by providing the Interlochen community with a diverse and evolving collection, knowledgeable and responsive staff, comfortable and inviting facilities, and current and emerging technologies.”
  3. 3. Goals Accomplished New Webpage Created Ebsco Discovery Search Initiated LibGuides Introduced
  4. 4. New Webpage Mobile-friendly
  5. 5. 2008 version 2014 version
  6. 6. Ebsco Discovery Search Multiple ways to search…
  7. 7. LibGuides Research Guides, How To’s, Databases, and more…
  8. 8. Teaching & Learning Collaborative projects
  9. 9. Collaborative Projects • Comparative Arts: Library Hosted Exhibit: Bandits & Heroes, Poets & Saints Program for Interlochen elementary students Leo provided research and narration for BOOM production • Liberal Arts: English II— research/citation World history— research/citation History— World of Conflict research/citation ELL— intro to noodletools 1984— research/citation Terrorism—basic resources
  10. 10. • Interlochen 101: Orientation basics • Creative Writing Orientation & Intro to resources • Science Climate change resources • Opera Studio Resources to know • Theatre: Intro to resources • MPA Intro to resources
  11. 11. PD Presentations from Library Staff • ebrary (Beth) • Evernote (Beth) • Library resources for musicians (Eleanor) • iPads for beginners (Sela) • Hosted a LIVE on the Big Screen event in January to promote our new subscription to the Berlin Philharmonic Digital Concert Hall. (Jacey) • Published article: Kepich, Jacey. "Institutional Subscriptions to Met Opera on Demand and the Berlin Philharmonic Digital Concert Hall." Music Reference Services Quarterly 19.2 (2016): n. pag. Web. 26 July 2016. • MLA 2015 Ignite presentation (Beth)
  12. 12. Jacey attended the Music Library Association Midwest Chapter Annual Meeting in Louisville, KY in October. Sela attended Internet Librarian 2015 in Monterey, CA in October. Beth attended and presented at MLA 2015 in Novi, MI in October. Anne attended 2 webinars from MCLS on Library of Congress cataloging in February. Eleanor attended the Music Library Association National Annual Meeting in Cincinnati, OH in March. Leo attended Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC) in Bloomington, ID in May. Jacey and Eleanor attended a webinar for Library of Congress Medium of Performance Thesaurus for music, a new cataloging vocabulary to identify instruments used in musical works. Eleanor attended various webinars for SirsiDynix on various aspects of their system and new products they are rolling out. Libguides training (on-going) (Eleanor, Sela, Jacey, Beth) Sela attended various webinars on DRUPAL. Sela attended various webinars on EBSCO Discovery Services. Library Staff PD
  13. 13. Highlights A well-used library
  14. 14. Year of Light • Headed committee • Library displays/reading lists • Light Shorts • Moderated community meeting panel discussion
  15. 15. Noted New Additions • Magazine/New books display shelving • New York Times Sunday edition • Economist • Met Opera on Demand database • Berlin Philharmoniker database • Drama Online database • Tavern books poetry collection • Visual Arts collection re- catalogued and re-labelled
  16. 16. • Archive grant received A grant from the Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC) was received in the amount of $9,000 to digitize approximately 500 hours of recordings. The grant is in effect for up to 2 years, and will pay for two full time interns for a period of 8 weeks to transfer the audio stored at IPR which is in danger of degradation. ICA will provide $3,200 worth of equipment, as well as room and board for the interns. Work is expected to begin in the Fall of 2016. • Art work on display from VA archives • Continued presentation of high quality displays • 10th year birthday celebration More Highlights
  17. 17. By the Numbers Collection Circulation Budget
  18. 18. Increased Collection 281,061 items 7% increase 262473 281061 236267 253814 **Includes ebrary collectionItems added to the Collection 1655 3324
  19. 19. ARTICA Collection • 260 brass and wind instruments are on display and are included in a new descriptive database. All instruments have been tagged and photographed. • 200+ people have toured the collection. • 2 of the most significant pieces from the collection are the first Sousaphone made by the Conn instrument company, as well as another specially made for the company’s 50th Anniversary. Both of these pieces have been sent to the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, where they will be displayed for two years and seen by approximately one million people during that time. The display placards will indicate that ICA is the loaning institution. Featured: Greenleaf Collection of Musical Instruments
  20. 20. Increased Library Circulation 28,621 (print, music, media checkouts) 13.5% increase 6006 6181 Total 12187 6935 9499 Total 16434 2015-16 2015-16 2014-15 total 25,220 **Excludes large ensemble music loans to academy and camp ** 2014-15 2014-15 +2.6% +23.2% Total 11883 Total 13337
  21. 21. Music Ensembles Prepared parts for: • 24 HS Band Works • 30 HS Orchestral Works • 23 HS Choral Works • 14 HS Opera Scenes • 45 HS Jazz Works • 31 INT Band Works • 31 INT Orchestral Works • 20 INT Choral Works • 8 INT Jazz Works • 16 JR Band Works • 15 JR Orchestral Works • 29 JR Choir Works Loaned Parts to: • 281 HS Instrumentalists • 34 HS Jazz • 84 HS Vocalists • 381 INT Instrumentalists • 13 INT Jazz • 85 INT Vocalists • 153 JR Instrumentalists • 142 JR Vocalists Camp 2015: Prepared Parts for: • 18 Orchestral Works (including 2 world premiere commissions and all new parts, with all new cuts, for the new production of Nutcracker) • 48 Band Works • 30 Academy Choir Works • 43 Chamber Singer Works Loaned parts to: • 148 Instrumentalists • 94 Vocalists Academy Year 2015-2016:
  22. 22. 796 1472 2257 6780 15502 23194 129% increase 50% increase 85% increase 53% increase Increased Ebrary Usage 141,801 items
  23. 23. MelCat Usage ILL Usage (not available through MelCat) 32 114 Lending and Borrowing from Other Collections Usage decreased in 2016 Started Aug 2015 369376 274 180 34% decrease
  24. 24. Usage Views of Top Ten Databases (July 2015-June 2016) *Berlin Philharmoniker Literature Resource Naxos Academic Onefile *Met Opera JSTOR Alexander Street Music Global Issues *Drama Online Oxford English Dictionary 12607 4768 1416 3989 3357 1407 1066 562 362 351 minutes played tracks played tracks played *new database Dec-June Oct-June Jan-June
  25. 25. Budget by Libraries Total: $63,124 Total: $42,324 $5273 $7597 $397 $1001 $5273 $5273 $820 $385 $8357 $8346 $507 $3960 $2125 $29796 $8848 $1185
  26. 26. Total Library Budget $2582 (2.45%) $9234 (8.76%) $15955 (15.13%) $77677 (73.66%) $105,448 Music: 60% Academic: 37% Archive: 3%
  27. 27. Library Staff Jamming with Greenleaf Instrument Collection Eleanor Lange, Head of the Fennell Music Library; Jenny Munten, Music Library Assistant; Karen Sweetman, Housekeeping; Jan Doerfer, Academic & Music Library Assistant; Jacey Kepich, Assistant Music Librarian & Coordinator of Access Services; Beth Gourley, Library Director; Terri McCarthy, Photo Archivist; Anne Richards, Academic Librarian; Sela Constan-Wahl, Technical Services Librarian; Leo Gillis, Archivist. We are also assisted by Summer Interns, Academy Community Service Students, and Volunteers.

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