Peter Bae, Scholarly Content Services 609-258-5754
About Acquisitions Services
Acquisitions Services is the branch of Technical Services responsible for acquiring material for the various collections of the Princeton University Library. We perform a wide variety of tasks associated with library acquisitions, including pre-order searching, ordering, receiving, record maintenance, periodical check-in, copy cataloging, initial invoicing, sorting/distributing for cataloging, labeling and/or binding of these materials.
Acquisitions consists of three primary units, each organized either by its function or by the material-type being processed. In addition, the Division manages many approval plans, although some of the production work for these acquisitions takes place in Catalog and Metadata Services.
Serials Acquisitions Team, Shelf Direct and Binding Services Section, Carlos Santos 609-258-3207Processes materials for binding and provides final physical processing of material, such as call number labels, book plates, property stamps, and mylar covered dust jackets. Processes approval plans with purchased cataloging.
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