Library Resources & Technical Services

Articles from Vol. 44, No. 1, January

A Review of the Preservation Literature, 1993-1998: The Coming of Age
Six years have passed since the last review of preservation literature in this journal. The last five years suggest a "coming of age" for the field of preservation, which can be seen both in the emergence of preservation departments and of practices...
Metadata and Authority Control
A variety of information communities have developed metadata schemes to meet the needs of their own users. The ability of libraries to incorporate and use multiple metadata schemes in current library systems will depend on the compatibility of imported...
The Changing Nature of Collection Management in Research Libraries
The contemporary history collection management in North American research libraries began midcentury. Since then, several issues have influenced the evolution of collection management with new forces emerging in the 1980s. In this article, we point...
The Selection Connection: Creating an Internal Web Page for Collection Development
Collection development librarians often use Web resources as they select materials, but only a few libraries have built working Web pages for this purpose. We suggest that a collection development Web page is a valuable asset to an academic library....
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