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discarding, preservation) of the collection; other statements can be about how complaints are handled what limitations exist - what subjects or areas are intentionally not collected etc.
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COLLECTION MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION RESOURCE I COLLECTION MANAGEMENT & DEVELOPMENT Elements of Collection Development Policy Narrative Statement Statements should be made of special subject or format collections that represent unique materials and for which special guidelines apply, and which formats are excluded. The scope of coverage should be described (languages collected or excluded; geographical areas covered and/or specific areas excluded; chronological periods covered by the collection in terms of intellectual content and in terms of publication dates and specific periods excluded).
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COLLECTION MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION RESOURCE I COLLECTION MANAGEMENT & DEVELOPMENT Elements of Collection Development Policy Narrative Statement Subjects should be described in terms of the library’s classification scheme and subject descriptors. Library unit or selector responsible for the collection(s). Other categories of useful local information, such as interdisciplinary relationships; consortial relationships; policies for acquiring access to information.
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COLLECTION MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION RESOURCE I COLLECTION MANAGEMENT & DEVELOPMENT Elements of Collection Development Policy Subject Profiles This section of the policy is based upon collection assessment (also referred to as collection evaluation) and needs periodic updating to reflect progress towards goals or goal revision due to changing circumstances. Collection assessment is the process of assessing the quality of a library collection, usually in terms of specific objectives, or the needs of the target group of that particular collection; one aspect of collection development
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COLLECTION MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION RESOURCE I COLLECTION MANAGEMENT & DEVELOPMENT Elements of Collection Development Policy
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