Circulation, interlibrary loan, access services
While there is a growing field of literature surrounding demanddriven acquisitions (DDA) for electronic books, libraries have been relatively silent regarding DDA for print books, with the notable exception of using interlibrary loan (ILL). This study will discuss how libraries can examine holds queue demand in conjunction with ILL to make collection development decisions related to print materials. It will also discuss how to work with catalogers to deflect ILL requests for these same high-demand items, so they can stay in the library for local patrons.
Original Publication Citation
Van Dyk, Gerrit. (2014) Demand-Driven Acquisitions for Print Books: How Holds Can Help as Much as Much As Interlibrary Loan. Journal of Access Service, 11:298-308, 2014. DOI: 10.1080/15367967.2014.945120
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
van Dyk, Gerrit, "Demand-Driven Acquisitions for Print Books: How Holds Can Help as Much As Interlibrary Loan" (2014). Faculty Publications. 1342.
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