Books on Demand and Collection Building of University Library



Books on demand revolutionizes traditional publishing operations, opens a window to the whole new world, and has an important influence on collection development of the university library. It is an urgent real issue for present-day university libraries to grasp production, transmission, distribution law of prints under books-on-demand model, and build up scientific and reasonable collection development.


Books on demand; University library; Collection building

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