Where is the future of acquisitions expertise written in the future of libraries?

Ray, Ron L.
January 1998
Journal of Academic Librarianship;Jan1998, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p80
Academic Journal
Examines three circumstances likely to alter the organization of acquisitions expertise in libraries. Trends affecting specialized expertise in libraries; Diverging of acquisitions departments and acquisitions expertise; Trends affecting libraries' attitude to vendors concerning acquisitions; Role of acquisitions expertise outside the library.


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