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Library, Archival, and Information Studies

A guide for researcher at UBC iSchool, and others interested in the disciplines.

What is Collection Developement

Collection development is the process in which libraries meet the information needs of their users through the selection, purchasing, and management of resources. 

Collection Development Reports

The following reports outline key considerations in developing a collection development plan. 

Review Sources

The selection of resources comes from a combination of user needs and source review.  The following resources assist provide reviews for selecting resources. 

For additional book review sources, go to the Books, Theatre, and Film Reviews guide.