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Since its founding in 1964, Choice has led the industry in high-quality evaluations of nonfiction academic writing. Choice Reviews and its print companion, Choice magazine, are invaluable sources of bibliographic reference and recommendation for both collection development and individual research. Choice Reviews and Choice publish 4,200 new reviews annually, contain over 200,000 reviews of academic monographs, and serve 2,400 institutions worldwide.
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Keep abreast of trends and best practices in librarianship and academic publishing through Choice-produced podcasts and webinars.
Choice produces regular feature content that examines trends and best practices across the academic library market, such as its popular “Ask an Archivist” interview series, the annual U.S. College Book Price Information study, and the University Press Forum.
Delve into an array of Choice lists! You’ll find Outstanding Academic Title winners, editor selected options, and bestselling titles,
Case studies, reports and white papers, researched by Choice and written by industry experts.
Choice reviews identify worthwhile academic resources, helping librarians make better recommendations. Our print and online products serve up our reviews in a manner most useful to your institution.
The Open Stacks is a moderated blog published by Choice. In it, we bring together a community of librarians, scholars, publishers, and others to discuss issues in contemporary academic librarianship and the interface between the library and society at large.
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