Acquisitions Librarian

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Acquisitions Librarian

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Note: Haworth Press, now part of the Taylor & Francis Group, notes that
its journal, The Acquisitions Librarian, will change title after
publication of Volume 19, Nos. 37/78 (2007).

The journal will continue under the new title of Journal of
Electronic Resources Librarianship, Vol 20, No. 1 (2008) with
ISSN: 1941-126X and EISSN: 1941-1278.
(NJ Editor 2 May 2008)

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(Link active 22 August 2008)

http://www.haworthpress.com/store/product.asp?sku=J540
(Link active 22 August 2008)

Publisher: Haworth Press

Each issue of The Acquisitions Librarian is devoted to one broad,
well-defined, and practical topic of immediate concern to everyone working
in library/information center acquisitions and collection development. The
journal's thematic approach provides a continuing source of
up-to-the-minute, definitive guides to the critical issues that librarians
and information specialists face as collectors and purchasers of knowledge
and information. This journal will help you define and extend your role,
responsibility, and professional status in libraries and information centers
and services of all types.

The Acquisitions Librarian explores many different aspects of locating,
purchasing and attaining material, including:

* finding publishers and distributors
* finding books in other countries
* getting the best price on books
* how to process gifts to the library
* new programs, policies, and projects to make your job easier
* legal issues

This journal uses research results, examples of current practices, and
comparative analyses to offer you the best techniques and strategies to make
the acquisitions process faster, easier, and more profitable for your
library patrons. The Acquisitions Librarian is a vital resource for anyone
who wants to be on the cutting edge of finance and administration,
technological aids, collection policies, order processes, jobbers and
agents, international aspects, and resource-sharing.

Print ISSN: 0896-3576
Electronic ISSN: 1544-435X

Editor:

Sara R Williams
Head, Collection Development
University of Wyoming Libraries
Dept. 3334
1000 East University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Laramie

Email: swilli40@uwyo.edu

Content available by subscription.

Abstracts available online. Articles available in PDF format.

Current Issue: Volume: 18 Issue: 35/36 2006

Date: 16 August 2006

E-ISSN: 
1941-1278
Original posting date: 
Wednesday, August 16, 2006
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