Serials Information from Publisher to User: Practice, Programs, and Progress : Proceedings of the North American Serials Interest Group, NASIG, 3rd Annual Conference, June 4-7, 1988, Oglethorpe University, Atlanta, Georgia
Psychology Press, 1988 - 187 lappuses
The emphasis of this informative book, proceedings of the third NASIG conference, is on serials publishing. By exploring the relationships among the librarian, publisher, and vendor, this book builds a better understanding of these three positions. Discussions include the economics of journal publishing, the challenge of cataloging computer files, and the current developments in the bibliographic control of serials. Technical processing, cataloging, pricing and budgeting, and career development topics are also explored.
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Broadening Our Horizons
Royalty Payments for Photocopying in Companies
Copyright and the Scowling PublisherLibrary Interface
Photocopying and Copyright Problems for Colleges
A Survey of Canadian
Serial Article Identifiers SISAC BIBLID NISO ISO
The Challenge of Cataloging Computer Files
Is There Light at the End of the Serials
An Overview of Current Developments in the Bibliographic
WORKSHOP SESSION REPORTS
Serials Snags or What to Do with Unsolicited Receipts
Libraries Binders and Serial
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Serials Information from Publisher to User: Practice, Programs and Progress ...
Leigh A. Chatterton,Mary Elizabeth Clack
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