Community, collaboration, and collections : the writings of Ross Atkinson / Robert Alan and Bonnie MacEwan, editors ; with an introduction by Sarah Thomas
- Uses and abuses of cooperation in a digital age -- Toward a rationale for future event-based information services -- Contingency and contradiction : the place(s) of the library at the dawn of the new millennium -- A rationale for the redesign of scholarly information exchange -- Toward a redefinition of library services -- Managing traditional materials in an online environment : some definitions and distinctions for a future collection management -- Library functions, scholarly communication, and the foundations of the digital library : laying claim to the control zone -- Humanities scholarship and the research library -- Access, ownership, and the future of collection development -- The academic library collection in an online environment -- Crisis and opportunity : reevaluating acquisitions budgeting in an age of transition -- The coming contest -- Networks, hypertext, and academic information services : some longer-range implications -- Mass deacidification in the context of access time reduction -- In defense of relativism -- The acquisitions librarian as change agent in the transition to the electronic library -- The conditions of collection development -- Text mutability and collection administration -- Preservation and collection development toward a political synthesis -- The role of abstraction in bibliography and collection development -- Old forms, new forms : the challenge of collection development -- Preparation for privation : the year's work in collection management, 1987 -- Selection for preservation : a materialistic approach -- The language of the levels : reflections on the communication of collection development policy -- The citation as intertext : toward a theory of the selection process.
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- Includes bibliographical references.
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