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Libraries

Stock Policy

The Stock Policy document is concerned with the general policies, objectives and guidelines relating to the selection, revision and presentation of all library materials, and forms a framework within which decisions are made.

Library materials are defined as books, newspapers, periodicals, maps, illustrations, printed music, videos, DVDs, music and audio book recordings, electronic resources and any other print or non-print format which can be made available as a source of learning, enjoyment and discovery for library users.

The Stock Policy document has been prepared within the context of the Swindon Borough Libraries Mission Statement:

“Our libraries aim to provide opportunities and access for everyone to learn, enjoy, discover.”

Please follow the following link to view the stock policy document (252Kb downloadable PDF file)

If you have any comments about the document please e-mail libraries@swindon.gov.uk

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