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Journal back issues will only be retained by the Library in accordance with the University’s Information Resources – Library – Operational Policy and Information Resources – Library Procedure, i.e. they must support the teaching, learning or research needs of staff and students, or relate to the University, its antecedent organisations, or Alfred Deakin. The Library is required to review information resources in the collection, and dispose of them when necessary to maintain a relevant and high-quality collection.
Where possible, the Library will provide web-based access to journal back issues. The Library will review journal back issues when an electronic version is made available, and dispose of them or relocate them to the CARM store. The following guidelines list circumstances in which print back issues may be retained when access to an electronic version is available.
Note: satisfactory downloading is defined as that which is reasonable using the University’s bandwidth (i.e. equivalent access is available when compared with print issues).
Comments or feedback on these guidelines are welcome and should be sent to Janine Epps, Acquisitions Manager, Waterfront Campus (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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