Current planning and development of collections in the social sciences and humanities for German-speaking Europe, the Netherlands, and Scandinavia reflect the changing needs of research, strict budgetary limits, the prevailing publishing market in those countries, and certain innovations in library automation. Librarians responsible for supporting an area study of Northern Europe may shape the trends to their advantage by careful policy planning, by informed financial choices, by the use of data bases and resource sharing, by privately-nurtured channels of acquisition and support and by a continuing self-education program that might include participation in the activities of the CES and WESS.
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Collection Management, Vol. 5(3/4), Fall/Winter 1983, pp. 69-87. Copyright Haworth Press, Inc.
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Hacken, Richard, "Current Trends in the Planning and Development of Northern European Collections" (1983). Faculty Publications. 1210.
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