Patron-Driven Acquisitions: History and Best Practices by David A. Swords

Part of the series Current Topics in Library and Information Practice just published, Berlin: Walter De Gruyter, 2011. 280 pages. 978-3110253016. Includes essays by many noteworthies — Rick Lugg, Bob Nardini, Michael Levine-Clark, Kari Paulson, Rex Steiner and Ron Berry, Tim Corbett, Sue Polanka and Emilie Delquie, Doug Way and Julie Garrison, Dennis Dillon, and David Swords. Pretty impressive!!

 

2 Responses to ATG Book of the Week: Patron-Driven Acquisitions: History and Best Practices

  1. Please stop by Booth #77 at the Charleston Conference Vendor Showcase for more information on this brand new title, as well as a look inside the book!

  2. [...] by David A. Swords Released by De Gruyter at Frankfurt Book Fair last week, and already named ‘Book of the Week’ by Against the Grain, this book is a must read for librarians and publishers alike.  With [...]

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