Magazines for libraries

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Bowker, 1992 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1212 pages
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"There is nothing comparable to MAGAZINES FOR LIBRARIES...A valuable tool for collection development, (it) should be considered by academic & public libraries."--BOOKLIST. "Faced with dwindling budgets, soaring subscription rates, & a field of some 70,000 serials from which to choose, librarians can ill-afford not to consult (indeed, to familiarize themselves with) this core collection development tool..."--REFERENCE & RESEARCH BOOK NEWS. With the variety of publications currently available, spiraling subscription rates, & ever-demanding readers, selecting the right magazines has never been more important...or more challenging. For help with this difficult job, turn to MAGAZINES FOR LIBRARIES, 7TH EDITION, edited by Bill Katz & Linda Sternberg Katz. In one convenient volume, this highly acclaimed selection guide: *evaluates more than 6,500 top-rated periodicals, selecting from some 70,000 possibilities *profiles general-interest magazines, research journals, & high-quality commercial publications suitable for a range of libraries in public, academic, special, government, & school settings *indexes titles under 145 subjects, including such new headings as Aquaculture, Classroom Magazines, College & Alumni, Comic Books, Food & Wine, Hospitality/Restaurant, Music Reviews, New Age, & Women: Feminist & Special Interest. And to make it easier to locate the periodicals you need, MAGAZINES FOR LIBRARIES, 7TH EDITION, contains a new detailed Subject Index that helps zero in on even the most specific subject areas.

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