Computer Science & Information Technology Collection Development Policy
Computer Science & Information Technology (College of Science & Mathematics) /
Librarian Liaison: Kebede Wordofa
Faculty Representative: Dr. Yingbing Yu
Location of Collection: Woodward Library, Level 3
Overall Collecting Level: Desired level C=study
Purpose/ program description: The collection supports lower and upper division curriculum. Freshman-sophomore courses are general education core. Upper level courses are for majors and minors. Graduate courses are for Masters degree in education with a mathematics concentration. Library user needs are primarily instructional and general reference.
- Accrediting body:N/A
- Degree offered: B.S.
Collection Development Plan
- Targeted Areas: Computer Security Technology
General Collection Guidelines:
Chronological Guidelines: A=pre-1900, B:1900-1960,C=1961 -present
Dates of Publication: 2011-
Geographical Areas: W=World
Reviews: Books in Print
Material Formats Collected: monographs & videos
Material Formats Excluded: workbooks and consumables, review copies, computer software, instructional software, books on CD or tape (library storage/operational constraints)
Other General Considerations:
Statement of Collection Strengths and Weaknesses:
LC Subject Subdivisions: QA Computer Science
- Computer-assisted instruction (QA20.C45)
- Programmed instruction (QA20.P7
- Electronic computers. Computer Science (QA75)
- Electronic data processing. Computer Science ((QA76-QA99)
- Computer Engineering (TK7885)
Related Subject Areas: Education, technology.
Impact of Local, Regional, or National Cooperative Programs: Department answers inquiries from the community at large.
Date Prepared: 11/2005; Last Updated: 8/2013