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Title: Collection Development in the Context of Library Networks
Authors: S., Bhaumik
Keywords: Library Networks
Implementation in Library Service
Issue Date: 4-Mar-1998
Publisher: INFLIBNET Centre
Abstract: Collection Development (CD) involves the regular addition of information sources in-print and in other forms and weeding out of outdated materials. For developing a good collection, each library has to cooperate with other libraries through Resource Sharing (RS), library cooperatives, etc. The author discusses about the effects of CD-ROM, Networks, Resource sharing, co-operatives etc. on CD and suggests that cooperative Collection Development (CCD) provides benefits to users and information staff. INTERNET, its facilities and types, its implementation in library service are also discussed. INTERNET with its distinctive software and services is trying to provide the right information to the right person at the right time, through the right way
ISBN: 81-900825-1-5
Appears in Collections:CALIBER 1998 : Bhubaneswar

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