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Making a Collection Count: A Holistic Approach to Library Collection Management (Chandos Information Professional Series)

ISBN: 9781843346067
Publisher: Chandos Publishing
Edition: 1
Publication Date: 2010-09-15
Number of pages: 190
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Making a Collection Count connects the various pieces of library collection management, such as selection, cataloguing, shelving, circulation and weeding, and teaches readers how to gather and analyze data from each point in a collection’s life cycle. Relationships between collections and other library services, such as reference, programming, and technology, are also explored. The result is a quality collection that is clean, current, relevant, and useful, and which connects and highlights various library services.Offers practical applications for collection librarians and managers who are practitioners in the field. It is more than just a theoretical discussion of collection quality and collection management because useful, realistic advice is offeredThis is not a book about collection development. It is unique in that the focus is on collection quality: making the most of a library collection budget, performing physical inventory, and gathering/using data and statistics about collectionsBroad, international appeal to various library types: public, academic, school, and special

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