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 **Microfilm Acquisition Policy** **Microfilm Acquisition Policy**
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 Libraries have developed and provided access to microfilm collections since the early 20th century. Microfilm is a medium with a long shelf life that libraries can use for preserving the scholarly record. With the introduction of digital resources and the conversion of continuing resources to online formats, many libraries have reduced or eliminated their collecting of microform materials. ​ Libraries have developed and provided access to microfilm collections since the early 20th century. Microfilm is a medium with a long shelf life that libraries can use for preserving the scholarly record. With the introduction of digital resources and the conversion of continuing resources to online formats, many libraries have reduced or eliminated their collecting of microform materials. ​
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 We will not bind journals when we receive microfilm We will not bind journals when we receive microfilm
  
-We will not bind magazines, due to the low quality of the paper which does not lend itself to archiving. ​Use PAM boxes for shelving magazines that we want to retain+We will not bind magazines, due to the low quality of the paper which does not lend itself to archiving. ​Instead, we will use PAM boxes.
  
  
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