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Selecting and using a core-reference collection

Margaret Irby Nichols

Selecting and using a core-reference collection

by Margaret Irby Nichols

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Published by Texas State Library & Archives Commission, Library Development Division in Austin, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • Texas
    • Subjects:
    • Reference books -- Bibliography.,
    • Small libraries -- United States -- Book lists.,
    • Public libraries -- Texas -- Book lists.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes indexes.

      Statementby Margaret Irby Nichols.
      GenreBibliography., Book lists.
      ContributionsTexas State Library. Library Development Division.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ1035.1 .N544 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 89 p. ;
      Number of Pages89
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6833926M
      LC Control Number00328738

      Core-reference collections are the small number of sources which meet the basic needs of all libraries, and the purpose of this guide is to assist libraries in the selection, acquisition, and use of these resources. Section I, structured like an annotated bibliography, focuses on the selection of those works which should constitute the main. Use it as a style reference, or just to keep you motivated. You can even use the Dropper Tool to sample colors from your reference palette and use them in your work! In this tutorial you will learn: How to set up a reference image. How to use the dropper tool for color sampling. How to use the magnifier tool.

      Book Guide, the editors keep in mind the original mission of the magazine: to review the best of children’s literature. Within that charge, they attempt to balance genres among picture books, chapter fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and folklore and will often select books with File Size: KB. "For those librarians who believe that quality books, enduring books, great books are still the heart and soul of the library, Carol Alabaster's Developing an Outstanding Core Collection will come as something of a tonic Altogether, this is a book that should be useful to many libraries, both public and academic.".

      Thus, it is very hard to find topics on major concepts within the book as they are presented in pieces throughout the book. I had a difficult time finding for example topics relating to "const". Some material was sparsely covered in the "C Subset of C++" part, but one couldn't see how this relates to classes, e.g. const member functions and data/5(28). reference collections are also now integral parts of a library's collection of reference sources. Typical Reference Sources Although there are many more types of sources in a Reference Collection than is practical to cover here, following are some of the most commonly collected types of reference : Jim Alderman.


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Selecting and Using a Core-Reference Collection, 4th Edition. By Margaret Irby Nichols. Published by Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Library Development Division.

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Author: Nichols, Margaret Irby; Format: Book, Microform, Online; 75 p. Selecting and Using A Core-Reference Collection [microform] / Margaret Irby Nichols |. Book Donation Programs - ALA's Fact Sheet on donating books to US and International libraries Core Reference Collection: Selecting and using a a core-reference collection.

Published by Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Library Development Division. The general methodology for creating a core collection - by Theo J.L. Van Hintum. Summary. Since the introduction of the core collection concept, it has been interpreted and applied in many different ways.

This has resulted in a wide variety of methodologies for creating a core collection. Core Collections are impartial, authoritative guides that help librarians build and maintain well-rounded collections of the most highly recommended reference, nonfiction and fiction books. With documented selection criteria and an unparalleled level of credibility, Core Collections help librarians do their jobs better, faster and with more confidence.

Public Library Core Collection: Nonfiction is a reliable guide to building and maintaining a well-rounded collection of the most highly recommended reference and nonfiction books for adults. The Core Collection is intended to serve the needs of public and undergraduate libraries and stand as a basic or “opening day” collection.

The newer titles help in identifying areas that can be updated or strengthened. Selection Process. Selecting a core collection of reference resources for a rare book collection at an academic library was a challenging task, primarily because it is a subject area in which scholars have been creating reference catalogues and bibliographies for centuries and there is a great quantity of material to sift through.

The Index is a single alphabetical list of all the books entered in the Core Collection. Each book is entered under author; title (if distinctive); and subject. The classification number, displayed in boldface type, is the key to the location of the main entry for the book in the Classified Collection.

This guide is designed to assist librarians in the selection, acquisition, and use of a core-reference collection. Section 1, "Sources," is an annotated bibliography which focuses on the selection of those works that should constitute the main reference holdings in a small library or a desk (ready-reference) collection in a larger.

Selecting and Using a Core Reference Collection PDF By:Margaret Irby Nichols Published on by DIANE Publishing. Identifies a small number of sources which will meet the basic needs of libraries of all sizes.

Designed specifically to help small libraries select a reference collection which will meet their essential needs. Selecting and Using a Core-Reference Collection, 4th 2 copies Handbook of reference sources and services for small and medium-sized 1 copy Guide to Reference Books for School Media Centers (Guide to Reference 1 copy.

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to assist libraries in the selection, acquisition, and use of a core-reference collection. A "core-reference collection" is identified here as a small number of sources which will meetthe basic needs of libraries of all sizes.

Large libraries will, of course, supplement this core with additional materials, selected to meet the needs of their.

CREW Method: Expanding Guidelines for Collection Evaluation and Weeding for Small and Medium-sized Public Libraries is a useful guide for an ongoing weeding program, Selecting and Using a Core Reference Collection identifies essential titles. The Texas State Library and Archives Commission provides these two guides to all public libraries in.

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CO: Libraries Unlimited.Core Reference Collection (). and its revision Selecting and Using a Core Reference Collection, 2d ed. (). The first, which focused on in-print works on the state's history, culture, and geography, attempted to help librarians.