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G. Edward Evans defines collection development as the process of assessing the strengths and weaknesses in a collection, and then creating a plan to correct the weaknesses and maintain the strengths. He goes on to describe the collection development policy as the written statement of that plan....
The great majority of academic libraries find themselves in a vast and often unmarked territory between two polar sets of goals and aspirations. These two poles could be represented by the model of the great research library, on the one hand, and the discount store, on the other. In choosing the...
Although educators have written at length about children's attitudes and the implications these have upon their book preferences e.g., Rue and Evard, 1963, Student Evaluations of Newberry Award Books Smith, 1972, The Popularity of Children's Fiction as a Function of Reading Ease and Related...
General and Historical Works, Nevins, Allan. The Gateway to History. Chicago Quadrangle Books, 1963.
Although fewer than 150 years have passed since Jacques Daguerre perfected the first photographic image in 1839, the flood of evolving equipment and applications has already generated a broad and richly varied field. Simultaneously one of the youngest arts and one of the newest technologies,...
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