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Title: Selection Methodology in Academic Libraries.
Authors: Edelman, Hendrik
Keywords: Libraries
Collection Development
Issue Date: 1979
Publisher: American Library Association. Resources and Technical Services Division
Citation: Library Resources and Technical Services. Vol.23, No.1 Winter 1979 pp. 33-38
Abstract: An attempt is made to describe the elements of a selection decision model. Definitions are provided and an outline for a classification of library materials by source of origin is developed. There are descriptions of short- and long-term goals for collection development as well as an outline of macro- and microselection decision making.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/646
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