Ch 6: Selecting, Acquiring & Maintaining Library Resources

About This Chapter

Easily understand the process of acquiring, maintaining and selecting library resources when you review this chapter. In these short lessons, you'll find the resources that you need to access when finishing a challenging homework assignment or preparing for an exam.

Selecting, Acquiring & Maintaining Library Resources - Chapter Summary

Our engaging chapter thoroughly outlines the acquisition, selection and maintenance process involved with library resources. These expertly created lessons and quizzes present information on selection policies, standard review sources, professional literature and more. After finishing this chapter, you should be able to:

  • Understand how to create a selection policy that corresponds to a library media program
  • Manage and develop library collections that are high-quality
  • Discuss standard collection evaluation tools and development for library media programs
  • Describe the standard review sources used in such programs
  • Use bibliographic sources in these programs
  • Outline the trends and resources available in professional literature for teachers
  • Select services and equipment for a library media program

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