Choice Reviews Online
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Choice Reviews Online is the internet version of the monthly print magazine, Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. It is published by The Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association.
Choice is directed toward academic librarians and faculty as a resource for collection development and scholarly research. It covers more than 50 sub-disciplines spanning the humanities, science and technology, and the social and behavioral sciences.
Each issue contains approximately 600 reviews of recent books and electronic resources (including websites), a bibliographic essay that explores the literature in a specific topic, and “Feature” articles on current issues in the library field.
Choice Online is searchable by a range of criteria including by academic discipline, CHOICE issue, author, and title. The database is updated mid-month, roughly coinciding with mailing of the print version.
- Sept. 1988-
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