Table of contents for Collection development policies : new directions for changing collections / Daniel C. Mack.


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Collection Development Policies: 
New Directions for Changing Collections 
CONTENTS 
Introduction: Changing Collections, Changing Policies 
Pricing and Acquisitions Policies for Electronic Resources: 
Is the Market Stable Enough to Establish Local Standards? 
Subject-Specific Policy Statements: A Rationale 
Daniel C. Mack 
Rebecca S. Albitz 
and Framework for Collection Development 
Glenn S. McGuigan 
Gary W. White 
The End of an American (Library) Dream: The Rise 
and Decline of the Collection Development Policy 
Statement at Berkeley 
Using a Collection Development Curriculum as a Model 
for Developing Policy Documents in Practice 
Collection Development at SJU Libraries: Compromises, 
James H. Spohrer 
Sheila S. Intner 
Missions, and Transitions 
Lois Cherepon 
Andrew Sankowski 
Collection Management Statements on the World Wide Web 
Joseph Straw 
Acquisitions Policy for Contemporary Topics 
in an Academic Library: Managing the Ephemeral 
Ashley Robinson 
Impact of Technical Services' Policies on Access 
and Collection Development 101 
Magda El-Sherbini 
Nicholson Baker Wasn't All Wrong: A Collection 
Development Policy for Remote Storage Facilities 117 
Elka Tenner Shlomo 
131 Collection Development: Curriculum Materials Center 
Justina O. Osa 
Cooperation between Collection Development 
and Cataloging: A Policy for Proposing Projects 
155 to Cataloging Services 
Rebecca L. Mugridge
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Collection development (Libraries)Collection development (Libraries) Policy statements, Academic libraries Collection development