- 200 pages
- Managing Electronic Resources and Serials: Evolving Issues and Practice
- Steven J Oberg
- 07 December 2017 Steven J Oberg
The Tremendous Growth Of Electronic Resources Such As Online Databases And E Books, The Expansion Of Open Access Venues For Scholarly Communication, And The Transition Of Vast Numbers Of Serials To Electronic Formats Mean That Management Of Library Collections Must Change Many Librarians Need Specific Guidance In Working With These New Resources And Effectively Managing New Portals Of Knowledge Managing Electronic Resources And Serials Evolving Issues And Practice Meets The Critical Need Of LIS Students And Library Practitioners Who Specialize In Collection Development And Serials E Resources Management To Learn How To Handle The Growing Convergence Of Serials And E Resources The Book Supplies Up To Date Best Practices, Covering Topics Such As Collection Development, Acquisition, Evaluation, And Intellectual Access Issues Including Discovery Systems Readers Will Better Understand The Evolution That Is Happening In Scholarly Communication And, By Extension, See How These Changes Necessitate Extensive Improvements In Practice.