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A Checklist of Issues To Be Considered Regarding the Addition of Microcomputer Data Disks to Academic Libraries
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Information Technology and Libraries Volume 5, Number 2, ISSN 0730-9295

Abstract

As college faculty and students become increasingly sophisticated in the use of microcomputers, academic libraries must resolve common issues involved with the decision to add data disks to their collections, including selection policy, hardware and supplies, acquisition and cataloging, location, staffing, level of service, circulation, and copyright and licensing. (EJS)

Citation

Strauss, D. (1986). A Checklist of Issues To Be Considered Regarding the Addition of Microcomputer Data Disks to Academic Libraries. Information Technology and Libraries, 5(2), 129. Retrieved September 29, 2020 from .

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