Michigan State University

Collection Development Policy Statement: Chemistry

Factors Influencing Collection Policy

A. Anticipated Future Trends

Moving forward, eresources are the preferred access option for this collection for both journals and monographs. Adding research data is a potential step for this subject collection. For guidelines, please see MSU's Digital Research Data Collection Development Policy.​

B. Relationships with Other Resources

1. On Campus, Branch, or Format Collections, if any. The Main Library contains most of the research collection for the study of chemistry, including collection strength in agriculture,  chemical engineering, materials sciences, medicine, and allied sciences, including biotechnology.

2. Regional or Network Resources, if any. The University of Michigan is an important resource for chemistry in the state. Other major collections in the "Big Ten" schools are located at the University of Indiana, the University of Illinois, and Purdue. Wayne State University has several journals that are not held by MSU..

C. Relationships to Resources Treated in Other Policy Statement

Engineering:

Chemical Engineering 

Food Science:

Food Analysis

Geology:

Geochemistry

Environmental Science:

Environmental Chemistry

Digital Research Data

 

   
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