Collection development and assessment in health sciences libraries
Introduces and defines the documentation and decision making processes in collection development, explores organizational models for collection development in health sciences libraries, and describes the rationales and methodologies for assessing health sciences library collections.
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Acquisitions in Health Sciences Libraries, Volume 5; Volume 1996
David H. Morse
Limited preview - 1996
The Context for Collection Development
Roles and Relationships in Collection Development
Education and Training for Collection Development
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