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Title(s):

Collection management / edited by G.E. Gorman.

Published/Created:
Lanham, MD. : Scarecrow Press, 2000.
Physical Description:
xvi, 448 p. ; 25 cm.
Holdings:
Reference Library
Z687 .C649 2000 (LC)
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Classification:
Books
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Terms:
Collection management (Libraries)
Contributors:
Gorman, G. E.
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  • The blurring of boundaries: digital information and its impact on collection management / Daniel G. Dorner
  • Policy: politics, power, and people / Frederick J. Friend
  • Economics and collection management / Stephen A. Roberts
  • Information, technology, and diversity: censorship in the 21st century / Susan E. Higgins
  • Electronic publications / Thomas W. Leonhardt
  • Serials management in developing countries: the case of Vietnam / Van Son Vu
  • Access to journal literature in the electronic era / John M. Budd
  • Acquisitions: the emerging electronic paradigm / Liz Chapman
  • Library purchasing consortia: their activity and effect on the marketplace / David Ball and Jo Pye
  • New operating principles for collecting government documents / Kathy E. Tezla
  • Collection management initiatives in Britain / Clare Jenkins
  • Managing national distributed collections: reflections on the British experience / Alicia Wise
  • Library storage facilities and services / Lizanne Payne
  • Changing collections, changing evaluation / G.E. Gorman and Ruth H. Miller
  • Weeding library collections: conundrums and contradictions / Roy Williams
  • Preservation management: something old, something new / Charles F. Thomas
  • Rare book collections in an electronic environment: the Shanghai Library experience / Jieyin Feng
  • Records acquisition and appraisal in the information age / Rachel Lilburn.