Every day, librarians are asked to do more with less—less time, less money, less staff. Save time with collection development resources and tools designed to build the ideal collection for your unique community.
“By partnering with Ingram, it felt like we had more staff.”
— Jennifer Ralston
Harford County Public Library
“I am LOVING these [ipage®] lists! Not only are they helpful with regular collection development work, they're making it easy to put together mini collections for display. LOVE THEM!"
— Katie J.
Adult Collection Development Coordinator
Ingram's MLS-degreed librarians and program administrators work with you to find materials and develop programs for your collections. Utilizing their public library selector experience and tracking trends that affect reading behavior, they identify the titles you need for a well-balanced, relevant, high-circulating collection.
With a diverse set of library experience and backgrounds, (y)our librarians are hard at work behind-the-scenes:
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Complimentary curated lists
Custom ODC lists
Numbers based on data from 2020.
From complimentary lists to gap analysis and special project curation, Ingram’s suite of collection development tools, iCurate, gives you time-saving curation you need from experts you can trust.
Combining the industry’s largest inventory, pre-pub metadata, and complimentary lists, Ingram’s innovative ordering tool, ipage®, offers search, selection, and account management in one easy-to-use platform.
Select a topic you’d like to discuss, choose a 30-minute time block, and enjoy a platform demo from your dedicated sales rep.
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