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Developing & Managing a High-Quality Library Collection

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_____ is the practice of removing material from a library collection.

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1. Which is NOT a question to consider when weeding material?

2. How often should a library media specialist weed material in the library?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Our self-assessment quiz/worksheet combo is comprised of multiple-choice questions meant to test your knowledge of managing and developing a high-quality library collection. Topics covered here include questions to consider when removing material from a library, how often the library media specialist should do this and why demand-driven acquisition isn't the only consideration when getting new material for the library.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use this quiz to check how well you understand:

  • What the practice of removing material from a library collection is called
  • The questions to consider when removing material
  • How often a library media specialist should remove material from the library
  • Why demand-driven acquisition is not the only consideration when getting new library material
  • An example of a journal that could be used as a selection tool

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about what the practice of removing material from a library collection is called
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the questions to consider when removing material from the library
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on developing and managing a high-quality library collection

Additional Learning

We've made it possible to easily and quickly study this subject further by putting together an informative lesson called Developing & Managing a High-Quality Library Collection. Work on this lesson at your convenience and learn to:

  • Explain what a library was not designed to be
  • Identify the types of books that can become outdated quickly
  • Discuss what the library media specialist should do with removed library material
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