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Automated Acquisitions: Issues for the Present and Future, edited by Amy Dykeman (No. 1, 1989). ¡§This book should help librarians to learn from the experience of colleagues in choosing the system that best suits their local requirements . . . [It] will appeal to library managers as well as to library school faculty and students.¡¨ (Library Association Record)1 7 21 37 55 75 Integrating Print and Digital Resources in Library Collections CONTENTS Introduction: Integrating Print and Digital Resources in Library Collections Audrey Fenner ISSUES AND OPINIONS Signing Away Our Freedom: The Implications of Electronic Resource Licences David Ball Integration in Academic Reference Departments: From Print to Digital Resources Bethany R. Levrault RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS Debunking the Computer Science Digital Library: Lessons Learned in Collection Development at Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology James Andrew Buczynski What Do Libraries Really Do With Electronic Resources? The Practice in 2003 Jay Shorten The Changing Format of Reference Collections: Are Research Libraries Favoring Electronic Access over Print? Sarah Robbins Cheryl McCain Laurie Scrivener 97 Revolution or Revelation? Acquisitions for the Digital Library Kathleen Morris Betsy Larson The Decline of Print: Ten Years of Print Serial Use in a Small Academic Medical Library 107 Karen Thompson Rosati HISTORIES AND PROJECTS The Integrated Library System: From Innovation to Relegation to Innovation Again 119 Tracy Primich Caroline Richardson Shifting Priorities: Print and Electronic Serials at The University of Montana 135 Michelle S. Millet Susan Mueller The Library and the Faculty Senate: Legitimizing the Serials Evaluation Process Using the Department of Biology 149 Subscriptions Sandhya D. Srivastava Pamela Harpel-Burke 21st Century Shell Game: Cutting Serials in the Electronic Age 161 Richard P. Jasper 167 The Ames Library: A Model for Collection Integration Julia B. Dickinson Sarah E. George Integrating Resources in the Education Library: Trends, Issues, and Reality 181 , Justina O. Osa
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Collection management (Libraries).
Libraries -- Special collections -- Electronic information resources.
Academic libraries -- Collection development -- United States -- Case studies.
Serials librarianship -- United States -- Case studies.