Local Studies Collection Management / Edition 1by Michael Dewe
Pub. Date: 09/01/2002
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
A helpful and informative guide for librarians responsible for local studies collections covering the key issues in the twenty-first century. Each chapter is written by a different specialist, covering: resource providers; management of service provision; management of the collection and its materials (from books and pamphlets to microforms, CD-ROMs and websites); information access and retrieval; marketing; dealing with enquiries. Introductory and concluding chapters consider the local collection within its library context, the wider cultural, social, political and economic setting, the international local studies perspective and the future for this specialism in the UK. The guide is aimed principally at public librarians but will be of interest to academic, school and special librarians, library school students, archivists, those working with local history and related societies, and those in charge of private collections.
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Table of ContentsContents: Local studies and libraries, Michael Dewe; Resource providers, Michael Dewe; Management, Elizabeth A. Melrose; Materials, Jill Barber; Collection management, Diana Dixon; Information access and retrieval, Eileen Hume and Alice Lock; Marketing, Jill Barber; Enquiries, Nicola Smith; The international context and the future in the UK, Michael Dewe; Index.
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