Whether you are building, managing, or evaluating a reference collection, this practical guide will simplify the process. The first section covers the basics, including identifying users and determining their needs, selection criteria, selection and review tools, budget allocations, and online reference services. The second section provides the building blocks themselves: an annotated list of approximately 300 basic reference sources for all school levels.Compile a list of questions presented this year for which the reference collection could not supply the answers. List these by subject areas. Strive to fill these needs on a priority basis with the number of questions or requests helping to set theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Building the Reference Collection|
|Author||:||Gay D. Patrick|
|Publisher||:||New York : Neal-Schuman - 1992|