nonprint

nonprint

(ˌnɒnˈprɪnt)
adj
published in a format other than print on paper
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We come with a built-in skepticism to nonprint sources, particularly ones that don't have rigorous editorial standards and fact-checking processes in place.
The section of resources lists and briefly describes books and book chapters, journal articles, reports of federal agencies, news media reports, reports by private organizations, and nonprint resources.
Digitizing Audiovisual and Nonprint Materials: The Innovative Librarian's Guide.
According to incharge of the Library, Muhammad Umar The library has thousands of print and nonprint materials to provide academic facilities to the students and teachers.
The essays and short entries include lists of print and nonprint information resources; the set also includes a bibliography of general works on each economic downturn.
These types of nonprint materials are particularly vulnerable to loss or damage because they are more susceptible to humidity, water, and light than print materials are.
Chapter 7 is a forty-six-page annotated directory of organizations and government agencies, while Chapter 8 presents a twenty-one-page, thorough and thoughtful annotated bibliography of print and nonprint sources, including the often-overlooked category of documentary films.
ERIC Descriptors: Foreign Countries; Video Technology; Learning Processes; Educational Technology; Handheld Devices; Access to Computers; National Programs; Production Techniques; Nonprint Media; Educational Media; Classification; Learning Activities; Content Analysis; Educational Assessment
This manual, the latest update to Cataloging Nonprint and Internet Resources (2002), provided the information needed to appreciate the application of the new cataloging rules.
In addition, creating content for nonprint media, including compact discs, podcasts, social media, video, and the Web, accounted for an average of 16% of respondents' paying work that year.
And overall time spent using nonprint media was associated with the latter.
School librarians are educated to evaluate curriculum and standards and to use professional resources to select print and nonprint materials that support students of all learning abilities.