Collection Development: The Selection of Materials for Libraries
Discusses the basic principles that govern the collection development process for books, periodicals, films, microforms, recordings, and other media in public, school, and academic libraries
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The Philosophy of Selection
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academic libraries acquisitions adults American Library Association annotated annual audience audiovisual basic bibliographies Book Review Booklist bookstores budget cassettes catalogs censorship Chicago Children's Children's Literature circulation Collection Development College Libraries community analysis copies dealers Directory educational equipment evaluation example F. W. Lancaster fiction film filmstrips Guide guidelines Index individual information explosion interlibrary loan issue jobber larger libraries librarian Library Acquisition lists magazines major media center microform needs nonprint materials novel OCLC pamphlets paperbacks particularly percent periodicals popular PRINT MATERIALS problem programs public libraries Publishers Weekly purchase R. R. Bowker reader recordings Reference Books reports Research Libraries School Library Journal school media SELECTION OF NONPRINT SELECTION OF PRINT selection policy selection process serials smaller libraries sources special libraries standards subject area tapes television tion titles type of library University users usually weeding York