Coordinated Collection Development Aid Program

The purpose of the Coordinated Collection Development Aid (CCDA) Program is to enhance academic library collections thereby strengthening regional collections that are available via resource sharing.

CCDA funding is available to academic libraries that are eligible to receive State aid and that meet certain other eligibility criteria. They must be a member of a reference and research library resources system, and must fully participate in inter-library loan and other resource sharing programs. 

SENYLRC coordinates the collection development plans for the Southeastern region. Participating libraries meet on an annual basis to review subject areas and agree on a plan for the following year. Follow the links below to view the CCDA "Guidelines for Resource Sharing" and the subject areas developed by each participating academic institution.

New York State Department of Library Development Guidelines for Resource Sharing Commissioner's Regulations.
2016-2017 CCD Subject Assignments sorted by subject and Institution (.pdf)