To identify collection development education needs and facilitate meeting those needs through in-service programs; to study issues and trends in collection development programs of schools of library and information science; to create guidelines for improved collection development training and essential skills; to inform the library and information community on collection development education issues and practices.
CompositionSee RUSA or Section Bylaws.
Subcommitees and Task ForcesSee RUSA or Section Bylaws.
OriginSee Committee Charge.
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Staff LiaisonAndrea Hill
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