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Re: Software question (Elinore Krell) ERCELAA@ctrvax.Vanderbilt.Edu 17 Apr 2000 15:18 UTC

Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2000 11:13:34 -0400
From: Elinore Krell <ekrell@MAIL.PRATT.LIB.MD.US>
Subject: Re: Software question (Olga M. Majewski)

We use Microsoft Access for this and it works well.  We keep our most
up-to-date list online on the reference staff computer, and once or twice
a year print out a report so we can hand something to people who have a
long list of citations and want to know whether or not we carry particular
titles.  We put only titles on this list that we can provide fulltext for
(paper issues, microfilm, Proquest, Infotrac, etc.).

We also have an online version accessible to users from our library's Home
Page.  This list is updated about every 2 weeks or so.  If you want to
take a look at it:

Click on State Library Resource Center/Central Library (left side of
screen, under Locations); click Periodicals Department; click Magazines;
click Central Periodicals by Title, 1990 -

> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2000 11:58:11 -0500
> From: Olga M. Majewski <>
> I have what may seem to be an odd request, but our library needs ONE
> alphabetical list of ALL the journals we offer our students and patrons in
> print, in microforms and in electronic format, to be offered in one place,
> a sort of "one stop shopping".  We have and in-house catalog and several
> journals accessible on-line, Ebsco, our agent has supplied us with the
> electronic list of journals, but that comprises only the ones we have on
> subscription with them. Is there a software "out there" that could
> simplify this major task of reuniting some 2000 journals in one easy
> access of all formats at once? Thank you for your help.