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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Developing & Managing Reference Collectins & Services TASKS FOR COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT PART IVReference and Information Services: An Introduction by Kay Ann Cassell and Uma Hiremath * Booklist* RUSQ* LJ* SLJ* Choice* ARBA SOURCES OF REVIEWS * Identify* Manage* Ongoing Assessment* Weeding* Writing & Updating* Promoting & Marketing EVALUATION CRITERIA * Scope* Quality of content* Authority of author and/or publisher* Accuracy of content* Currency* East of use* Arrangement of material* Appropriateness* Format* Cost WEEDING- No longer up-to-date/accurate- New edition available- Seldom used- Duplicated- Damaged POLICY- Introduction- Description- Formats- Collecting - Types - Description- Criteria - Sources of funding- External relationships- Policy ASSESSING &IMPROVING Must act &It's ongoing 1939 Code Adopted- High level of service- Intellectual freedom- Confidentiality- Property rights- No private interests- Distinguish personal & professional- Strive for excellence DefinitionPersonal sense ofright and wrong Combined to apply "to the unfamiliar such as the digital age A Reference Manager must...- Deal with an evolving environment- Administer/Manage information delivery systems & staff configurations ETHICS WHAT TO ASSESS- Collection- Staff- Services HOW/TOOLS- Suggestion Boxes- Surveys- Interviews- Observations- Focus groups- Case studies MORALS 4 Most Prominent Patterns Reference 2.0 1. Collaboration2. Social Networking3. Customization4. Seamlessness PAST PRESENT FUTURE According to Cassell and Hiremath, "basic elements of libraries and their services to user [will] remain, but the ways of delivering the services [will] continue to evolve.
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