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HOLY CROSS OF DAVAO COLLEGE, INC.

Sta. Ana Avenue, Davao City

I. Course No. LIS 8

II. Course Title: SELECTION AND ACQUISITION OF LIBRARY MATERIALS

III. Course Description:

Principles and methods of selecting and evaluating different kinds of information sources, the librarian’s role as materials selector, development and maintenance of collections; bibliographic tools and on-line data bases; publishers and publishing; acquisition process.

Rationale: Collection development is the phase of the library work which is responsible for the building of the collection as a process responsive to the information needs of the community and from which all other library process proceed.

IV. Objectives:

Institutional Objectives:

HCDC aims to help students develop themselves into well-integrated Christ-like, Filipino leaders. During their stay in the school, the human relationships, subject, classroom atmosphere, in-campus and off-campus activities shall have nourished and nurtured their body and soul, mind and heart, will and imagination, so that in words and actions they consistently live the teaching and examples of Jesus Christ, as well as the best in the Filipino socio-cultural and spiritual heritage. Thus, becoming whole persons, they shall be leaders whose service contribute to the improvement of life, especially of the less fortunate, both when they humbly hold positions of authority and the responsibility to do the tasks of members in a group of community.

 

 

 

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B. Course Objectives:

Terminal: At the end of the course, the students should demonstrated adequate understanding for application purposes the concepts, theories and principles of collection development.

Enabling: With the knowledge of the principles of collection development the student is expected to:

B.1 Cognitive (Creed)

Apply this principle in the practice of selecting, acquiring and evaluating library materials.

Familiar with the standard selection tools and current reviewing media

B.2 Affective (Moral)

Appreciate the importance of selection

B.3 Psychomotor (Skills)

Formulates selection and acquisition policies.

 

 

 

 

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TIME FRAME

INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES

CONTENT

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Values Desired/ formation of culture

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1. Define the term & other related concepts.

2. Discuss the valuable importance of information & information sources.

3. Describe the collection development.

4. Identify the underlying factors affecting collection development.

5. Discuss the approaches of the collection development.

 

I. INTRODUCTION

1. Definition of terms and other related concepts.

2. Information age and information society.

2.1 nature of information

3. Collection development and the community

4. Factors affecting collection development

5. Approaches to collection management

II. College Management

1.Evaluation/Assesment

2. collection development

3. Budgeting

4. Selection & deselection

5. Preservation & Conservation

- Research

- Reporting

 

- Lecture

 

 

- Group discussion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

- Internet searches

 

- Case Studies

 

Honesty

 

Respect

 

 

Participation

Sincerity

 

 

Diversity

 

 

Integrity

 

- Books

- Internet Files

 

- Transparencies

 

 

- Overhead Projector

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

- Whiteboard

 

 

 

 

- White board pen

- oral recitation

- Group report

 

- assignment

 

 

- Reaction paper

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

- Quiz

 

 

 

 

- Assignment

 

- Evans, p. 7

 

- p. 1 – 7

 

 

- Katz, p. 130 – 180

- Buenrostro, p. 1 – 3

- Katz, p. 170 – 180

 

- Buenrostro, p. 1 – 3

 

 

- Evans, p. 69 - 86

 

 

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6. Explain the collection management.

 

7. Discuss the elements of collection development.

8. Describe & explain the principle selection.

9. Identify & explain the theory of selection

III. Form and Content of Collection Management Policies

1. Selection of Library materials

2. General principles of selection

3. Theory of selection

- Reporting

 

 

- Lecture Discussion

 

 

 

- graded recitation

Oral communication

 

Ability to evaluate

 

 

 

Communication

- Visual Aids

- Transparencies

 

- White board

- White board pen

 

 

- OHP

- Quiz

 

 

- Oral recitation

 

 

 

- Prelim Exam

- Buenrostro, p. 19 – 29

- Katz, p. 14 – 20

- Evans, p. 92 - 93

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1. Discuss the selection of materials.

2. Categorize the selection aids

3. Distinguish each of the selection aids

4. Discuss the advantages and limitations of the selection process

5. Explain the criteria in selection & acquisition of library materials.

I. Selection Aids

1. categories of selection aids

2. characteristics

3. advantages and limitations.

II. II. Selection Process III. Librarian as Selector

III. IV. Criteria for Selection

V. V. Selection of print materials

- Research

 

 

 

 

- Internet search

 

- Reporting

Enumerative ability

Categorization

Differentiation

Swiftness

 

 

Communication

 

Books

Selection aids

Flyers, Handbills

Announcement

 

Internet Files

 

 

Catalog

 

- Research

 

 

 

 

- Reaction paper

 

- Assignment

 

Evans, p. 106 – 121

Katz, p. 109 – 110

p. 88 – 110

p. 123 - 220

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6. Discuss the methods of acquisition.

7. Describe the automated acquisition system.

8. Relate their advantages and limitations of library automated acquisition system.

VI. Selection of non-print materials

1. Media Selection and Evaluation

- still pictures

- moving pictures

- dimensional objects

- androrecording

- electronic resources

VII. Acquisition Process

1. Methods of Acquisition

1.1 BISAC

1.2 SISAC

1.3 B.H. Blackwell Ltd.

1.4 Baker & Taylor

1.5 SWETS

1.6 EBSCO

1.7 TINLIB

1.8 ADVANCE

1.9 TALIS

10 INNOPAC

 

 

- Discussion

 

 

 

 

 

 

- Group Interaction

 

 

 

- Library tour

 

 

 

 

- Interview

 

 

 

Elucidation

 

 

 

 

 

 

Interaction

 

 

 

 

Description

 

 

 

 

Narration

 

 

 

 

Whiteboard

Whiteboard pen

 

 

 

 

 

Transparency

 

 

 

 

Sample of non-print materials

 

 

- Group project presentation

 

 

 

 

Quiz

 

 

 

 

Reaction Paper

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Katz, 225-309

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buenrostro, p. 67 - 75

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- Purchase & Subscription

- Gifts & Exchange

- Loan & Deposits

- Cooperative Acquisition

- Automated Ordering

 

Written communication

 

 

 

 

 

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Mid-term Exam

Evans, p. 326 – 327

Lyle, p. 208 – 209

Katz, p. 79 - 87

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1. Differentiate the Jobber

2. Explains its role played

3. Discuss and explain the different types of order plans

4. Describe the different types of order plan functions.

5. Discuss and explain the ordering process:

5.1 Order

5.2 Records

5.3 Files

I. ORDERING WORK

1. Jobber

1.1 Publisher

1.2 Distributor

2. Ordering Plans

2.1 Approval Plan

2.2 Blanket order

2.3 Standing order

2.4 Rental Plans

2.5 Book Club

2.6 Book Stores

2.7 Remainder

2.8 Remainder and Reprint

2.9 Out of print

3. Forms, Records & Files

- Research

 

 

- Internet surfing

 

 

- Discussion

 

 

 

 

- Reporting

 

Order, Cleanliness, Filing ability, Negotiation skills, Tracking, Making follow-ups

 

Books

 

 

Internet Files

 

 

 

White board

White board pen

 

 

Transparencies

Overhead Projector

- Group work presentation

 

- Recitation

 

 

 

- Quiz

 

 

 

 

- Written report

 

Chapman, p. 66 – 162

 

 

Katz, p. 156 – 193

 

 

 

 

 

Evans, 219 - 230

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6. Discuss the factors affecting acquisition work.

7. Describe their importance in collection development

 

 

 

 

II. Factors Affecting Acquisition Work

1. Institutional Policies

2. Legal issues

3. Regulations

4. Censorship

5. Inventory Property

6. Accountancy,

Reporting and practices

 

 

- Lecture

 

- Assignment

 

- Transparency

 

 

 

- Presentation

Oral discussion, Research, Legal framework

 

 

 

 

White board

White board pen

 

 

 

OHP

Transparency

 

 

CAI RM

 

- Individual project

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Semi-Final Exam

Evans, p. 515 – 566

 

 

 

Katz, p. 313 – 337

 

 

p. 83 - 88

 

 

 

 

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1. Discuss the steps in evaluating library collection

 

 

2. Explain the criteria and procedure of deselection

 

 

 

 

3. Differentiate between conservation and preservation

 

 

4. Discuss the trend and problems affecting the collection development program in the Philippines

I. Evaluation of Library Collection

1. Approaches to collection

2. Reselection

2.1 reasons for deselection

2.2 criteria for deselection

2.3 procedure of deselection

II. Preservation and Conservation of Library Collection

III. Problems and trends in collection development in the Philippines

 

 

- Research

 

- Internet surfing

 

- Lecture

- Discussion

 

 

 

- Reporting

 

 

- Interview

 

- Formulation

Organization of work procedures

Honesty and truthfulness in documentation

 

Separating the desirables from the undesirables

 

 

Value of conservation and preservation

 

 

Observant individual

- Books

 

- Internet Files

 

- White board

- White board pen

 

- OHP

- Transparency

 

- Shelf-list card

- Card catalog

- Accession

- Record

- OPAC

- Research

- Oral recitation

- Term paper

- Quiz

 

- Individual project

 

 

 

- Assignment

 

 

- Reaction Paper

 

 

Semi-Final Exam

Van. Orden, 278 – 300

Evans, p. 429 – 447

p. 406 – 424

Buenrostro, p. 55 – 64

 

p. 85 – 93

 

Evans, 489 – 508

 

 

Buenrostro, p. 99 - 101

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Course Requirements

Quizzes

Reaction Paper

Written Report

Term Paper

Examination

 

Bibliography

Books:

 

 

Journals:

 

 

Encyclopedia:

 

 

Unpublished Documents:

 

 

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

Buenrostro, Juan C., Jr., ed. Collection Management for Libraries and Information Centers. Quezon City: Great Books Trading, 1996.

Cabeceiras, James. The Multimedia Library: Materials Selection and Use. New York: Academic Press, 1978.

Chapman, Liz. Managing Acquisitions in Library and Information Services. London: Library Association Publishing, 2001.

Evans, G. Edwards and Margaret R. Zarnosky. Developing Library and Information Center Collections. 4th ed. Englewood, Colorado: Libraries Unlimited, 1985.

Lyle, Guy R. The Administration of the College Library. 4th ed. New York: the H. W. Wilson Co., 1974.

Orden, Phyllis, Van. The Collection Program in Schools. 2nd ed. Englewood, Colorado: Libraries unlimited, 1995.

Smith, William and Donald A. Rieck. Managing Media Services: Theory and Practice. 2nd ed. Greenwood Village, Colorado: Libraries Unlimited, 2000.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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