Author, Subjects, Keywords

Cited Author

 

 
   » By Author or Editor
 » Browse Author by Alphabet
 » By Journal
 » By Subjects
 » Malaysian Journals
 » By Type
 » By Year
 » By Latest Additions
 
 
   » By Author
 » Top 20 Authors
 » Top 20 Article
 » Top Journal Cited
 » Top Article Cited
 » Journal Citation Statistics
 » Usage Since Sept 2007


 
 
 

Login | Create Account

To receive graciously but stock prudently: the ift and exchange programme of the University of Malaya library.

Lim, Suan Hoon (1990) To receive graciously but stock prudently: the ift and exchange programme of the University of Malaya library. Kekal Abadi, 9 (4). pp. 1-12. ISSN 01272578

Full text not available from this repository.

Affiliations

University of Malaya Library

Abstract

The University of Malaya has a healthy gift and exchange programme through which gifts received from individuals and organizations have enriched existing collections and made available to the academic community specialized materials, which could never have been acquired through the normal booktrade. The exchange programme has helped in the acquisitions of valuable research reports and scholarly publications, which are not made available for purchase.

Item Type:Journal
Additional Information:This note was added by the search_and_modify.pl script.
Keywords:Collection development, solicited gifts in libraries, bequests of books, Special collections.
Subjects:Z Bibliography. Library Science. Information Science
ID Code:654

1. Allardyce, A. Gift and exchange schemes: national schemes. Resource sharing - its impact on serials. Proceedings of the UK serials Group Conference held at the University of Manchester, 30th March - 2nd April 1981. Ed by Margaret E. Graham and Brian Cox. (Serials Monograph no. 4). Published by UK Serials Group, 1981.

2. Archer, H. Richard. Some aspects of the acquisition program at the University of Chicago library, 1892-1928. Ph.D thesis - University of Chicago, 1954.

3. Bonet, Gullayn, ucia. Exchange as a traditional method of acquisition for national libraries with recommendations on behalf of the Venenzuelan National Library, Archive and Information Studies, University College, London, 1980.

4. Chapman, Liz. Donations: the unacceptable face of acquisitions. Library Association Record, 88: 10 (Oct 1986) pp.503-504.

5. Crawfrd, Helen. Treasure or white elephant? Bulletin of Medical Library Association, 58: 3 (Jul 1970) pp. 336-340.

6. DeWitt, Donald L. Unsolicited marinal gift collections: saying no or coping wih the unwanted. Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 12 (1988) pp. 357-362.

7. Diodato, Liose W. and V.P. Diodao. The use of gifts in a medium sized academic library, Collection Management, 5:1/2 (Spring/ Summer 1983): pp. 53-69.

8. Galejs, John. Economics of serials exchanges. Library Resources & Technical Services, 16, 4 (Fall 1972) pp. 511-520.

9. Khoo Siew Mun. Towards regional cooperation: a history of the library, University of Malaya. Libri, 34, 2 (1984) pp. 156-173.

10. Kovacic, Mark. ifts and exchanges in US academic ibraries. Library Resources & Technical Services, 24, 2 (Spring 1980) pp. 155-163.

11. Kruse, Ted. Looking a gift horse in the mouth. The Library Scene (Jul/Aug 1982)p.30.

12. Lane, Alfred H. Gifts and exchange manual. Wesport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1980.

13. Lim, Edward Huck Tee. Libraries in West Malaysia and Singapore. Kuala Lumour: University of Malaya Library, 1970.

14. Mohd. Razali Agus. Koleksi Malaysia fi John Echols Collection on Southeast Asia Perpustakaan Universiti Cornell, Kekal Abadi, 8, 2 (Jun 1989) pp 17-21.

15. Novak, Victor. Lets exchange profitably. Library Resources & Technical Services, 9, 3 (Sum 1965) pp. 345-350.

16.Rogers, Rutherford D. and D C Weber. University Library Administration, New York: H.W Wilson, 1971.

17. Schenck, William Z. Evaluating and valuing gift materials. Library Acquisition: Practices and Theory 6 (1982) pp. 33-40.

18. Syed Salim Agha. Assessing resource sharing activities in Malaysia. PPM/LAS Joint Congresson Reassessing resource sharing: meeting the challenges of the economic recession, 16-18 August 1988, Kuala Lumpur: 1988.

19. University of Malaya, Annual Report, 1959/60 to 1987/1987/88.

20. Vanwijngaerden, Frans, ed. Handbook on the International Exchange of publications, 4th ed. Paris: UNESCO, 1978.

itish Library

21. Wood, D.N. Current exchange of serials at the British Library Lending Division. Library Acquisition: Practice & Theory, 3 (1979) pp 107-113.

22. Yu, Pricilla C. Berkeley's exchange program: a case study. Journal of Library History 17, 3 (Sum 1982) pp 241-267.

23. Yu, Priscilla C. Cost analysis: domestic serials exchanges. Serials Review (Fall 1982) pp. 79-82.

24. Yu, Priscilla.Inernational gift and exchange: the Asian experience. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 6, 6 (Jan 1981) pp. 333-338.

.

Repository Staff Only: item control page