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Advances in Serials Management Vol: 7

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20 Dec 2000
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
208 pages - 156 x 234 x 12mm
Advances in Serials Management
Change has always been characteristic of serials, and now the nature and speed of that change have altered with the development of electronic technology. Inflation, automation, and changes in publishers' practices and vendors' services all make their mark on serials librarianship. "Advances in Serials Management" presents essays on current issues in various topics, emphasizing the response to change and clear communication among those who work with serials as producers, processors and users.
Preface (C. Hepfer et al.). Using serials vendors in academic libraries, revisited: an ARL survey (F. Wilkinson, S. Bordeianu). Aggregator services for electronic journals (S. Cline McKay). Influencing the serials arena: EBSCO subscription services and EBSCO information services (T.J. Mitchell). Coffee at a virtual Carolina inn: an Internet interview with Michael Markwith (M. Markwith et al.). Serials pricing trends in the nineties: a report on the Aqueduct benchmark title survey (M.J. Crump). Lessons learned from four decades in the document delivery business and a vision for the new century: an ISI perspective (J. O'Neill). Preservation of serials: a brief review of options (J.A. Hedberg). Are we having fun yet? Motivating staff in times of change (J.B. Williamson).

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