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eBook Developing Library and Information Center Collections, 4th Edition (Library and Information Science Text Series) ePub

by G. Edward Evans

  • ISBN: 1563088320
  • Category: Writing Research and Publishing Guides
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: G. Edward Evans
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Libraries Unlimited; 4th edition (December 15, 1999)
  • Pages: 595
  • ePub book: 1829 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1810 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 504

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This was exactly the book I needed for my Library and Information Science Class.

Edward Evans is Associate Academic Vice President for Information Resources, von der Ahe Library, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles. Margaret Zarnosky Saponaro, MLS, is head of collection development, University of Maryland Libraries. Series: Library And Information Science Text Series. Paperback: 472 pages. This was exactly the book I needed for my Library and Information Science Class. and it arrived as stated! Thankfully, UNT gives textbook information long before the classes begin.

This was exactly the book I needed for my Library and Information Science Class. Series: Library Science Text Series.

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Start by marking Developing Library and Information Center Collections as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Each chapter has been extensively revised to reflect changing practices, policies, and technologies.

Evans, G. Edward (1987). Developing Library and Information Center Collections. 'Getting Started with Digital Collections: Scaling to Fit Your Organization. Second ed. In "Library Science Text Series".

It provides students and practitioners with a broad understanding of the collection development process. Each chapter has been expanded and updated

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Englewood, Colo: Libraries Unlimited. Gibson-Reading, C. 1998. Marketing in public libraries. The Acquisitions Librarian, 14(28):215–25. 23 Collection development policies STUDY UNIT 3 Collection development policies . WELCOME Welcome to the third study unit of this course – we sincerely hope that the previous study units have been of value to you and that you have gained new insight by working through them. In the previous study unit you were introduced to the concept of community analysis and you learned to differentiate between the different categories in a community. You are also now able to compile a basic community profile.

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Library and Information Center Management (Library and Information Science Text Series). Information Context: Nature, Impact, and Role: 5th International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Sciences, CoLIS 2005, Glasgow, Fabio Crestani, Ian Ruthven. Barbara B. Moran, Robert D. Stueart. Lynn Silipigni Connaway, Ronald R. Powell. 1 Mb. Data Protection for Library and Information Services. Категория: Computer science, Computer Security.

This new work addresses the challenges of electronic publishing and puts issues of collection development into perspective, providing a broad understanding of the collection development process. The book covers all phases of collection development-from needs assessment, policies, and the selection process (theory and practice) to publishers, serials, protection, legal issues, and censorship and intellectual freedom.

This work addresses the challenges of electronic publishing and puts issues of collection development into perspective, providing students and practitioners of library and information science with a broad understanding of the collection development process. The book covers all phases of collection development-from needs assessment, policies, and the selection process (theory and practice) to publishers, serials, protection, legal issues, and censorship and intellectual freedom. Each chapter has been expanded and updated with new material and reading lists. In addition, a chapter that is new to this edition deals with e-serials; and two appendixes contain samples of policies related to electronic concerns. It is an excellent survey of the state of the art of collection development and a comprehensive text.

Comments

Meztisho Meztisho
Evans does a great job of giving the amateur an education in collection topics such as censorship,development policies, serials, electronic resources, government documents and many other pressing issues. I had to read this book for a class and, although, I thought the information he provided was valuable, it was not represented in a very endearing way. To say the least, it was dry!
Manris Manris
I have the 4th Edition and found it very helpful in getting a feel for what collection development is all about. I plan to keep this book as a guide to use in my role as a media specialist. Valuable information of censorship, book reviews, and writing a collection development policy. Written in an easy to understand, "non-techno" way.