Developing an Outstanding Core Collection

Developing an Outstanding Core Collection

Developing an Outstanding Core Collection

Presents guidelines to developing a high-quality core library collection, and includes discussions on the philosophy behind core collections, strategies for their implementation, and lists containing selection criteria.

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Publisher : American Library Association
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ISBN : 0838910408
Pages : 191 pages
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