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Textbooks in Academic Libraries
Textbooks in Academic Libraries
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Textbooks in Academic Libraries
Textbooks in Academic Libraries
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The students' questions usually start at the beginning of the term. Soon interlibrary loans departments will have filled or rejected innumerable textbook requests. It would be unwise if not impossible to buy and circulate every textbook at a college or university. There are good reasons to avoid them altogether. Yet for more than a decade academic libraries have been collecting textbooks, and the practice seems to be gaining momentum. The Association for Library Collections and Technical Servic…
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  • Metai: 20170915
  • Puslapiai: 160
  • ISBN-10: 0838916031
  • ISBN-13: 9780838916032
  • Formatas: ACSM ?
  • Kalba: Anglų

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The students' questions usually start at the beginning of the term. Soon interlibrary loans departments will have filled or rejected innumerable textbook requests. It would be unwise if not impossible to buy and circulate every textbook at a college or university. There are good reasons to avoid them altogether. Yet for more than a decade academic libraries have been collecting textbooks, and the practice seems to be gaining momentum. The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services and editor Chris Diaz have gathered case studies that pull together creative approaches and best practices for print textbook reserve programs, addressing such topics as:Funding sources for starting or piloting a programIdentifying course-related books that are in your collection or fit your collection policy.Using LibGuides and Google Sheets to publicize show textbook holdingsUsing aggregated enrollment, grade and textbook cost data to identify "high impact" coursesResults and analysis from a comprehensive detailed survey on of a state university's core-course textbook reserve program. Workflow for using bookstore data with the ILS and purchasing systems.How a back-end database supports discovery for students and reporting for reserves staff.Analysis of circulation data from the 1-year run of a general education textbook reserve

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The students' questions usually start at the beginning of the term. Soon interlibrary loans departments will have filled or rejected innumerable textbook requests. It would be unwise if not impossible to buy and circulate every textbook at a college or university. There are good reasons to avoid them altogether. Yet for more than a decade academic libraries have been collecting textbooks, and the practice seems to be gaining momentum. The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services and editor Chris Diaz have gathered case studies that pull together creative approaches and best practices for print textbook reserve programs, addressing such topics as:Funding sources for starting or piloting a programIdentifying course-related books that are in your collection or fit your collection policy.Using LibGuides and Google Sheets to publicize show textbook holdingsUsing aggregated enrollment, grade and textbook cost data to identify "high impact" coursesResults and analysis from a comprehensive detailed survey on of a state university's core-course textbook reserve program. Workflow for using bookstore data with the ILS and purchasing systems.How a back-end database supports discovery for students and reporting for reserves staff.Analysis of circulation data from the 1-year run of a general education textbook reserve

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