Guidelines and Criteria for Display Case Exhibits

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Guidelines and Criteria for Display Case Exhibits

Western Libraries Exhibits Guidelines

Western Libraries provides exhibit space to Western Washington University organizations as part of its service to the academic community. Exhibits in the Libraries are created to fulfill two goals:
  • To direct attention to the materials, services, and aims of the Libraries.
  • To reflect the aims and goals of WWU organizations.

Western Libraries Display Team

Display case exhibit spaces are managed by Western Libraries’ Display Team. The Display Team exists to coordinate and facilitate the use of the Libraries’ display cases to direct attention to the materials, services, and aims of the Libraries, and to reflect the aims and goals of WWU organizations. Team members are responsible for coordinating case reservations, providing access to cases for installation and take-down of displays, retrieving books for inclusion in displays, and providing basic supplies and materials for displays (e.g. thumb tacks, book holders, shelves, etc.).

Criteria For Exhibits

Western Libraries has developed the following criteria for the use of display case exhibit spaces in the Libraries. The Libraries reserve the right to refuse to allow any specific exhibit to be placed in the Libraries or to remain on display if it violates the Western Libraries' Guidelines on Display Case Exhibits.
 

Reserving a Display Case

Supplies and Library Materials

Responsibility

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