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  • jamesemdy
    Here is text of accaom standard 11. please comment to accaom via previous messages. 30. STANDARD 11 - LIBRARY AND LEARNING RESOURCES The program shall have
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 22 4:31 PM
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      Here is text of accaom standard 11. please comment to accaom via previous messages.

      30. STANDARD 11 - LIBRARY AND LEARNING RESOURCES

      The program shall have adequate learning resources and equipment to support the professional doctoral program. The program shall have a library with sufficient resources to support faculty and student scholarship and research at the professional doctoral level.

      Criterion 11.3 - Library Holdings: The program's library must periodically assess and update its holdings. Holdings must include the following materials in sufficient volume to accommodate students and faculty and must be provided in each language area in which the doctorate is offered: have:

      Current and relevant acupuncture and/or Oriental medicine (AOM) texts;

      Current and relevant biomedicine texts;

      Professional journals covering AOM topics. Journal holdings must extend back three years or to journal inception, whichever is less;

      Biomedical journals. Journal holdings must extend back three years or to journal inception, whichever is less;

      Appropriate number and representation of both AOM Oriental medicine and biomedicine journals and texts in the program’s specialty area(s);

      Minimum holdings of a significant proportion of AOM acupuncture and Oriental medical texts or 1,000 AOM Oriental medical volumes, whichever is greater, in a language or languages accessible to students and faculty;

      Minimum holdings of a significant proportion of professional journals or 12 titles, whichever is greater, per language area covering AOM topics of Oriental medicine. Journal holdings shall extend back three years or to journal inception, whichever is less;

      Minimum holdings of 100 text volumes in biomedicine, which are up-to- date and relevant;

      Minimum holdings of five biomedical journals. Journal holdings shall ex- tend back three years or to journal inception, whichever is less;

      Appropriate number and balance of both AOM Oriental medicine and biomedicine journals and texts in the program's specialty area(s);

      Sufficient holdings, or convenient and ready access to other library resources, covering subject matter in the curriculum other than AOM Oriental medicine and biomedicine, including volumes concerning research, statistics, ethics, languages, counseling skills, and additional foundation areas related to the program;

      Sufficient dictionaries and general reference materials

       

    • Naomi Broering
      This looks fine. I am not proposing any requirements. Naomi Broering ... -- Naomi C. Broering, MLS, MA Dean of Libraries Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 22 4:37 PM
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        This looks fine.
        I am not proposing any requirements.
        Naomi Broering


        On Sat, Mar 22, 2014 at 4:31 PM, <librarian@...> wrote:


        Here is text of accaom standard 11. please comment to accaom via previous messages.

        30. STANDARD 11 - LIBRARY AND LEARNING RESOURCES

        The program shall have adequate learning resources and equipment to support the professional doctoral program. The program shall have a library with sufficient resources to support faculty and student scholarship and research at the professional doctoral level.

        Criterion 11.3 - Library Holdings: The program's library must periodically assess and update its holdings. Holdings must include the following materials in sufficient volume to accommodate students and faculty and must be provided in each language area in which the doctorate is offered: have:

        Current and relevant acupuncture and/or Oriental medicine (AOM) texts;

        Current and relevant biomedicine texts;

        Professional journals covering AOM topics. Journal holdings must extend back three years or to journal inception, whichever is less;

        Biomedical journals. Journal holdings must extend back three years or to journal inception, whichever is less;

        Appropriate number and representation of both AOM Oriental medicine and biomedicine journals and texts in the program’s specialty area(s);

        Minimum holdings of a significant proportion of AOM acupuncture and Oriental medical texts or 1,000 AOM Oriental medical volumes, whichever is greater, in a language or languages accessible to students and faculty;

        Minimum holdings of a significant proportion of professional journals or 12 titles, whichever is greater, per language area covering AOM topics of Oriental medicine. Journal holdings shall extend back three years or to journal inception, whichever is less;

        Minimum holdings of 100 text volumes in biomedicine, which are up-to- date and relevant;

        Minimum holdings of five biomedical journals. Journal holdings shall ex- tend back three years or to journal inception, whichever is less;

        Appropriate number and balance of both AOM Oriental medicine and biomedicine journals and texts in the program's specialty area(s);

        Sufficient holdings, or convenient and ready access to other library resources, covering subject matter in the curriculum other than AOM Oriental medicine and biomedicine, including volumes concerning research, statistics, ethics, languages, counseling skills, and additional foundation areas related to the program;

        Sufficient dictionaries and general reference materials

         






        --
        Naomi C. Broering, MLS, MA
        Dean of Libraries
        Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
        7445 MIssion Valley Rd. Ste 101
        San Diego, CA 92108
        Ph: 619-574-6909 ext 134
        Fax: 619-574-6641
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