The Management of Serials Automation

Overview

Librarianship experts explore all major aspects of automated serials control. The Management of Serials Automation examines major working serials control systems in the United States and Canada, describes their operations, and evaluates their successes and shortcomings.
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Overview

Librarianship experts explore all major aspects of automated serials control. The Management of Serials Automation examines major working serials control systems in the United States and Canada, describes their operations, and evaluates their successes and shortcomings.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780866563109
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc.
  • Publication date: 1/28/1984
  • Series: Serials Librarian Supplement Series
  • Pages: 293
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Contents Introduction: The Management of Serials Automation
  • Automated Serials Control: A Bibliographic Survey
  • Automated Serials Control: A Selected Bibliography
  • The University of California, San Diego, Automated Serials System, 1980
  • Automated Serial Records in the On-Line Catalog: The Northwester LUIS System
  • Serials Automation at the University of Illinois at Urbana: Present Benefits From Inventory Control; Future Plans for Acquisition Control
  • On-Line Serials at Brigham Young University
  • Converting Serial Holdings to Machine-Readable Format: An Account of the University of Illinois-Urbana Experience
  • Conversion of Serial Holdings to On-Line Automated Library Control System at the Ohio State University Libraries
  • A Cooperative Serials Data Conversion Project in California
  • Cataloguing in a Time of Change
  • Computer Cataloguing for Serials: Ramblings of a Curmudgeon
  • Copy Cataloguing of Serials According to AACR2 Using OCLC: The University of Illinois Experience
  • The Availability and Acceptability of Serial Records in the OCLC Data Base
  • OCLC Serial Records: An Update
  • ISSN and NSDP: A Guide for the Initiated
  • The ISSN as Retreiver of OCLC Records
  • A Review of Developments Leading to On-Line Union Listing of Serials
  • In Order to Form a More Perfect Union . . . List of Serials
  • The California Union List of Periodicals
  • The OCLC Serials Control Subsystem
  • The Research Libraries Group, Inc. Programs for Serials
  • Automated Serials Acquisitions in the Washington Library Network
  • Nationwide Networking and the Network Advisory Committee
  • Automation and the Subscription Agency
  • Change or Decay? New Patterns in Serials Publishing
  • Index
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