|Krasulski, Michael J. and Trevor A. Dawes (eds.) Twenty-first Century Access Services on the Front Line of Academic Librarianship. Association of College and Research Libraries, 2013. ISBN: 978-083898666-0|
Circulation of library materials in academic libraries has evolved into a much broader suite of services known by the terms "access services". Today’s access services departments are expanding their portfolios to include electronic reserves (e-reserves), increased cooperative and shared services, facilities management, assessment initiatives, e-book lending initiatives and copyright management. As noted by James Neal in the book's forward, this book "defines the hybrid qualities that characterize the suite of services that have bridged analog and electronic content, physical and virtual space, and self-sufficient and radically collaborative and collective relationships among libraries."
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