Declining Acquisitions Budgets: Allocation, Collection Development, and Impact Communication
Have the high costs of information and reductions in library budgets put you in a dilemma? Declining Acquisitions Budgets is a key resource in beginning the task of re-thinking traditional methods of collection development and maintenance.
The contributing authors to this volume provide you with thought-provoking chapters which touch on library, business, and societal issues as related to your work as a library administrator. They enable you to take a more economical approach to developing and maintaining a great collection--with a smaller budget.
Specific areas covered by the contributors include:
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This collection of papers, also published as the Journal of Library Administration, Vol. 19, No. 2, grapples with one of the most perplexing problems facing libraries today: the gap between the ... Read full review
Is It Possible to Develop Libraries Without Resources?
Reevaluating Acquisitions Budgeting
Allocating Library Acquisitions Budgets in an
Indexing Materials Costs
What Is Most Cost Effective