Posts Tagged 'collection development'

Readers browsing books in bombed London library after WW2 air raid

London readrs browsing a WW2 bombed out library @HistoryinPix The library: Holland House, Kensington, London. Photo: 1940 ©English Heritage

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…a philosophical exploration of weeding

Why weeding can be so heartbreaking, difficult, and miserable… @Lead Pipe

Rights reserved

Starting a textbook reserve – essentially a library from which students can borrow required texts – to help students avoid having to buy high-priced textbooks. Read more @InsideHigherEd

Thoughts on weeding

Weeding (or “deselection”) can be controversial and anxiety provoking. But it’s also a necessary reality for academic librarians who manage an infinitely growing body of information while faced with limited resources … there are several reasons why weeding may be a particularly important learning activity for new librarians. @ACRLog Read more …


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