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The Internet and Acquisitions: Sources and Resources for Development (Acquisitions Librarian Series)

   by Mary E. Timmons

    Haworth Press
    01 February, 2000


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Editorial description(s):

What roles can the Internet play in library acquisitions? After two articles on using the Internet in readers' advisory services, this volume, originally an issue of The Acquisitions Librarian, reviews the possibilities of Internet use in acquiring such particular kinds of materials as the publications of academic presses, materials for young adults, and materials on classical civilization. One article reviews book publishers' Web sites; another looks at the acquisition of electronic journal resources; and another deals specifically with using the Internet in acquisitions in academic libraries. Each article includes in-depth reviews of Web sites relevant to the particular kind of material it treats. Edward Swanson
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