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Electronic Collection Management: Completing the Cycle--Experiences at Two Libraries
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Acquisitions Librarian Volume 17, Number 33, ISSN 0896-3576

Abstract

The development of the Internet and the online collections accessed by it has created major adjustments in all library functions, including collection management and budgeting. The authors share how two public libraries have come full circle in electronic collection management, beginning with early selection, followed by current weeding programs and developing plans for future collections. (Contains 3 tables and 3 charts.)

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Hiott, J. & Beasley, C. (2005). Electronic Collection Management: Completing the Cycle--Experiences at Two Libraries. Acquisitions Librarian, 17(33), 159-178. Retrieved November 30, 2021 from .

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