Examines the use of Choice, a selection tool for academic libraries, at the Gelman Library at George Washington University, Washington DC. Describes a survey into the value of Choice, the methods used and the results obtained. Looks into issues such as publisher group, acquisition of series titles and the frequency with which individual publishers were cited. Concludes that despite its limitations Choice is the best source an academic library can use in maintaining the acquisition program.
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