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The library also supports the Maine Patent Program. The philosophy behind the collection development policy of the Law Library is to ensure an excellent collection for current use. The selection process includes close interaction with the faculty.
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For library professionals to make informed choices, selection policies for all types of libraries — public libraries, academic libraries, technical school libraries, and school libraries public and private — should include criteria to guide in the resource selection process. The criteria should be a blend of general, specific, and technical to enable library staff to select materials in all subject areas and formats. In addition to criteria such as appropriateness to the age and level of the user, librarians must also consider creating a collection that reflects diversity of ideas and authors as well as being reflective of the population the library serves. Selection policies should include specific criteria to guide professionals in purchasing items.
Library Collection Development Policy
Budget Allocation. Collection Policies -- Sample collection development policies. Digital Rights Management and Licensing. Electronic Collection Development. Selection -- Includes tools and references for selecting in specific areas. Collection Evaluation -- and De-Selection Weeding. Evans, G. Edward, and Margaret Zarnosky Saponaro. Developing Library and Information Center Collections. Library and information science text series.
Westport, Conn: Libraries Unlimited, Hoffmann, Frank W. Good policy, good practice, no. Lanham, Md: Scarecrow Press, Johnson, Peggy. Fundamentals of Collection Development and Management. Chicago: American Library Association, Munroe, Mary Hovas, John M. Haar, and Peggy Johnson.
Collection management and development guides, no. Burgett, James, Linda L. Phillips, and John M. This page lists all the articles that deal with the topic of cooperative collection development. Bishop, Kay. Westport, Conn. Lukenbill, W. Westport, Conn: Greenwood, Totten, Herman L. Culturally Diverse Library Collections for Children. Single source bibliography to help school library media specialists diversify their collections. There are no longer ALA standards in this area; rather, benchmark your collection against current national school library surveys, such as:.
The edition of the survey in the March issue, as SLJ's Spending Survey by Lesley Farmer, does not present a similar benchmark of a number of books per student.
Instead, Table 2: Student Enrollment, Median Library Books, Acquisitions, and Budgets reports the median for books added in that time period. The survey indicates a median of books added for Elementary school, K-8; books for Middle school; and books for High school, K Elementary school LMCs have roughly 12, books on their shelves, middle schools offer around 13, titles, and high schools weigh in with 13, titles.
Public school libraries edged out private, with an average of 12, volumes to 11,, respectively. On the whole, book collections grew slightly, with a net increase of titles each. The average number of books in school library collections increased significantly from to 12,; 13, Buckland, Michael K. Delwiche, Frances A. Fernandes, Maria Isabel. Hellyer, Paul. Kessler, Jane. Lee, Marta. Perez, Alice J. Reference Collection Development: A Manual. RUSA occasional papers, no.
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An informed and literate citizenry is essential to the future of New Orleans. The New Orleans Public Library functions as a major information source for the community and provides a broad and relevant collection of materials for informational, educational, and recreational purposes to people of differing ages, ethnic groups, lifestyles, and points of view, both in English and in other languages. Decisions regarding collection development are made with an understanding of the dynamic and diverse nature of the community. In order to best meet the needs of a changing population, collection development librarians consider such factors as citywide and neighborhood demographics, as well as projected changes for given neighborhoods. The Library further serves the residents of our neighboring communities and beyond through the offering of reciprocal borrowing with nearby parish systems, and our substantial collection of electronic resources.
Specific objectives of this policy include:. The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus Strauss Health Sciences Library links people, reliable health sciences knowledge, and technology in support of effective learning, quality health care, vital research, and engaging community service. In general, resources purchased or leased for the collection are appropriate for individuals studying at a graduate level or above, health care practitioners, and research professionals. The library does not have sufficient funds to purchase both print and online versions of all titles. Only electronic versions of journals are acquired except for a very small number of journals that are not yet available in electronic format. Other health sciences specialties that are not generally collected include, but are not limited to, chiropractic medicine, consumer health, homeopathic medicine, osteopathic medicine, optometry, and veterinary medicine.
Collection development, the process used by librarians to choose items for a particular library or section of a library, can be time-consuming and difficult due to the many factors that must be taken into consideration. Library Collection Development for Professional Programs: Trends and Best Practices addresses the challenging task of collection development in modern academic libraries, which is largely learned on the job. This publication contains practical advice and innovative strategies essential for current collection development librarians and future librarians seeking guidance in this complex position. Collection development is a challenging part of a librarian's job and one that tends to be very situation-specific, making it difficult to teach it effectively most, if not all, practical skills in this area are learned on the job. The purpose of this collection is to provide practicing librarians and students preparing to enter the profession with advice and strategies on how best to navigate the complex processes involved in creating and managing library collections.
Collection Development Policy
Budget Allocation. Collection Policies -- Sample collection development policies. Digital Rights Management and Licensing.
The Holy Cross Libraries the Library steward a vast collection of both print and electronic materials to support the curriculum and the research of our academic community. The current collection includes resources that support the academic curriculum and research needs of a leading liberal arts college in the United States. The Library also collects materials from other academic areas such as interdisciplinary and emerging scholarly fields. The Library supports diverse voices and authors in its collection development strategies. The Library commits to creating and maintaining a well-balanced and fiscally responsible academic collection.
The principal mission of the law libraries in collecting and maintaining library resources is to support the instructional and research needs of our primary patrons: the students, faculty, staff, and alumni of the Boston University School of Law. The mission of the law libraries also extends to the wider Boston University community. Boston University encourages interdisciplinary approaches to scholarship and learning, with many formal and informal bridges between departments and schools. As a result, the law libraries serve not only the law faculty and students but the entire Boston University community. In addition to developing its own electronic and print collections, the law libraries actively participate in campus, regional, and national programs for cooperative collection sharing and development, including various consortia.
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