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University of Connecticut University Libraries

Program Planning for Collection Development and Information Access

For each academic program, the Libraries will prepare and regularly update a plan for collection development and information services, showing how local collections, networked electronic services, and document delivery work together to meet its particular needs. These plans follow the broad guidelines established in Ownership and Access in a Global Information Market: A Framework for the University of Connecticut Libraries, issued by the Chancellor's Library Advisory Committee in March, 1999.

Planning statements for academic programs have been prepared by their respective Library Liaisons in collaboration with faculty and students in the department. If a program lacks a hyperlink, the date beside it indicates the timetable on which a planning statement is scheduled for development with the department or school.

Program Plans for:

Agricultural and Resource Economics
Allied Health
Animal Science
Anthropology
Art and Art History
Business Administration
Chemistry
Classics
Communication Sciences
Dramatic Arts
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Economics
Education
Engineering
English
Family Studies
French
Geography
German
History
Italian
Journalism

Judaic Studies
Latin American & Caribbean Studies
Linguistics
Marine Sciences
Mathematics
Medieval Studies
Molecular and Cell Biology
Music
Natural Resources Management
Nursing
Nutritional Sciences
Pathobiology
Pharmacy
Philosophy
Physics
Physiology and Neurobiology
Plant Science
Political Science
Psychology
Social Work
Sociology
Spanish and Portuguese
Statistics
Urban Studies
Regional Campus Libraries:
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Stamford
Torrington
Waterbury
West Hartford

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