Whether you are building a new collection or expanding an existing one, (y)our Ingram Library Services team will serve as a trusted guide throughout the process—from planning through delivery.
With expertise in collection development, cataloging, and logistics, we are READY to guide you through the journey, share best practices, and ensure that your project is executed on your timeline and within your budget.
By providing a project manager backed by a team of collection development librarians, experienced catalogers, and technical service specialists, (y)our team serves as additional staff to ensure your project goes smoothly from concept to reveal.Get Started
Expansions • Grants • Opening Day Collections • Renovations • Special Collections
Opening day collections
Items curated, processed, & shelved
Custom curated lists
Numbers based on data from 2020.
We understand that the collection is just one part of a building, renovation, or refresh project.
Partnering with (y)our Ingram READY team ensures no detail is missed—from budgeting to allocating shelf space and celebrating milestones—unlocking extensive resources and interactive aids to guide you every step of the way.
The selection and delivery of materials will be the best and most straightforward part of the process.
Placing your trust in Ingram Library Services for a special project ensures a partner that will strive to surpass your expectations, and our Opening Day Collection Handbook can serve as a guide, a reporting tool for your administration and funding partners, and a reminder from (y)our READY team that you do not have to sweat the details alone.
iCurate Coming Soon
Select a topic you’d like to discuss, choose a 30-minute time block, and enjoy a platform demo from your dedicated sales rep.
For most people, springtime marks the end of a long, dark, sometimes brutally cold winter. It represents freshness, renewal, change. The pursuit of these...Read Now
An initial print run is the number of copies a publisher produces for a title’s first release. In the traditional publishing model, the publisher takes...Read Now
While collection development is both an art and a science, analyzing collection data has become a vital part of collection development in modern libraries...Read Now