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2016 | 58 | 119-134
Article title

Floating Collections – an Alternative Concept in Library Collection Management

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Abstracts
EN
The article is about an alternative concept in library collection management – loating collections – very popular in American public libraries nowadays. Selected literature is presented, the history of approach and a case study from Monterey county Free Libraries (McFL) where the author of this article works. potential beneits and challenges of loating collections are presented as well.
Year
Volume
58
Pages
119-134
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Dates
published
2016-12-20
Contributors
  • Monterey County Free Libraries
References
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