Re: Binding of Science - Question David Goodman 23 Jan 2001 22:02 UTC
Our use is so heavy that we bind by the month (3 bd pts per numbered vol.)
In spite of this journal's availability online, use of the printed version
has remained very substantial.
The only safe rule is to have the binder remove nothing at all.
David Weeks wrote:
> Good afternoon folks
> I have a question regarding binding of Science (0036-8075).
> This is a very heavily used title in our library and we bind each
> volume in two parts (as is).
> Does anyone bind this title and remove the numerous classified
> advertisment pages at the back of each issue? Our general rule is that we
> don't have our bindery remove any numbered pages. If there are libraries
> that do remove these pages, have you received any questions re: 'missing
> pages' or experienced any problems associated with their removal.
> DAVID J. WEEKS
> PERIODICALS DEPT., ROBERTSON LIBRARY, U.P.E.I.
> CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. CANADA C1A 4P3
> Voice: (902)-566-0556; Fax: (902)-628-4305; E-Mail: Weeks@upei.ca
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