Acquiring Online Management Reports

1st Edition

William E. Jarvis

CRC Press
Published October 5, 2000
Textbook - 164 Pages
ISBN 9780789006981 - CAT# HW13263

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Acquiring Online Management Reports offers state-of-the-art information for acquisitions librarians involved in selecting management reports of all types, from fund accounting to decision support systems to usage tracking. Compiling management reports has always been a responsibility of acquisitions librarians. These days, computerized reporting systems have become powerful tools in managing libraries, but they are useful only when the results are accurate, significant, and relevant.

Acquiring Online Management Reports discusses techniques for creating and interpreting reports that will give librarians the information they need in an accessible form. This fact-filled guide explores working with vendors, developing cost-effective collection development methods to suit your library, assessing collection growth, and choosing the best electronic resources to help meet your goals.

In Acquiring Online Management Reports, librarians will find practical, instantly usable information on pertinent topics, including:
  • the problems created by inaccurate data
  • vendor discussions of how new report systems are designed and implemented
  • the surprising differences between journals’online and print editions
  • expanding usage of decision support systems
  • interpreting the fluctuations of fund accounting information
  • using computer technology to form library consortia
  • computerizing serials control

    Acquiring Online Management Reports offers you an array of proven ideas, options, and examples that will enable your library to keep up with changing technologies and client demands.

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