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Almost none, but every Library is different. My Library has not received a paper newspaper for some time (I've been here almost 2 years), and we subscribe to 2 general magazines: TIME and (for some reason that escapes me and I have not renewed it) Architectural Digest. As a Medical Library, our budget and focus is such that there is no real money to spare for general reading material, but the demand is not there as well. Hope this helps. 


Eleanor Truex BSN, MLIS
Medical Librarian
St. Joseph's Medical Library
Chicago, IL 60657
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Date:    Sun, 15 May 2011 10:36:40 +0400
From:    "Veronica C. Cacabelos" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Collection Development

Hi,

In collection development,  how much of a priority would you place on the p=
urchase of newspapers and general magazines compared to the health and scie=
nces books and journals?

Your suggestions will be highly appreciated.

Thank you,

Veronica Cruz-Cacabelos
Library Technician
Fatima College of Health Sciences
P.O. Box 3798
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Office No. : +9712-401-8260
Mobile No.: +97155-108-0286
Mobile No.: +97156-790-7791

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