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Joan Grant discusses the Bobst Library’s approach to collection development including the selection of print resources, CD‐ROMs and electronic resources. Of particular interest are the faculty liaison programme and the cooperative collection development activities, as well as the integration...
There is a general lack of information on how to acquire materials in African languages outside the countries of origin. However, there are some very well‐established mechanisms in collecting this material. Notes the standard current reference sources, blanket and approval plan dealers,...
Following the automation of the reserve system, Kent Library at Southeast Missouri State University decided to ascertain student use of the reserve collection via a survey. Reports the findings of that survey, which asked questions such as how students know items are on reserve, how they request...
Provides a bibliography of nursing and nursing‐related reference sources available in The Henry Birnbaum Library at Pace University. Lists bibliographies, biographical sources, dictionaries, directories, encyclopedias and guide and handbooks as well as statistical sources and various online...
Provides an introduction to the job hunting resources available on the Internet. Gives details of basic Internet navigation from the home page of The New York Public Library Internet site.
Examines the use of Choice , a selection tool for academic libraries, at the Gelman Library at George Washington University, Washington DC. Describes a survey into the value of Choice, the methods used and the results obtained. Looks into issues such as publisher group, acquisition of series...
Libraries have experienced dramatic adjustments during the past decade as new directions have impacted the role of librarians, the users they serve, and the product they provide. While attempts have been made to deal with the forces of change at the workflow level through implementation of...
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