COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT POLICY
BOB SINGH 2013
INTERPRETER TRAINING PROGRAM
To support the ITP curriculum, materials about sign language and deaf culture will be acquired.
SCOPE OF COVERAGE
Language: English will be the primary language of the collection.
Chronology: Emphasis is placed on the purchase of materials published within the last five years, except in areas covering the history of the subject.
All formats may be considered for purchase. Serials are heavily relied upon for current material. Textbooks provide background information. Audiovisual materials will be reviewed for selective additions. CD-ROMs and DVDs are generally added when accompanying print material, but may be purchased separately when available.
Materials will be identified through recommendations in or from:
Faculty and student recommendations
Publisher’s Discoverys and flyers
Ref. Z1035.1.G89 1996. Guide to reference books.
Ref. Z1039.C65 B67. Books for college libraries.
Ref. Z1035.1.W33. Walford’s guide to reference materials.
American Sign Language Discovery
Superseded editions will be removed from the shelves unless they are listed in a major reference tool. Qualifications for indefinite retention include: Historical information on the subject; local connection; community college connection; listed in standard reference works; out of print. All obsolete materials will be weeded on a regular basis.