- Selector purchases new materials as available.
Developed and Maintained
- Selector purchases new materials as available and keeps existing material
usable and in good repair.
Heavily Developed and Maintained
- Selector actively seeks to purchase new titles and keeps existing
titles usable and in excellent repair.
- Selector keeps collection static, replaces only worn or damaged items.
Does not pursue new titles.
- Selector spends little time and effort on development.
- Selector spends no time and no money on development.
ADDITIONAL TERMS AND DEFINITIONS:
- Materials are not current, but information does not change over time.
Requires regular updating, rather than active development to keep collection
- Organization of library materials into separate collections grouped
by similar characteristics such as Fiction , Nonfiction, Videocassettes,