Re: EBSCONET Betty Murr 24 Nov 2003 18:06 UTC

Our library system has used EBSCONET for several years.  It is not a check
in system for management control, however, we use it to place claims,
orders, and renewals.  We also use many of its other features, including
missing copy bank, pricing, title look up, etc.  We find it extremely easy
and useful.  Hope this helps.

At 01:56 PM 11/21/2003, you wrote:
>Hello everyone,
>I hope I'm not asking something that's been asked a hundred times before,
>but here goes.  I recently took over as serials librarian for our library
>(after the retirement of our department head, who oversaw serials for MANY
>years) and am trying to make sense of everything this entails.  We receive
>most of our print publications through EBSCO, but up to this point dealing
>with management of our subscriptions has been done by paper or
>telephone.  I am thinking about using EBSCONET, but wanted to know if
>anyone here has had experience with the system and what thoughts you have
>about it--strengths, drawbacks, etc.
>You can email to the list or email me personally if you wish.  Thank you
>in advance for your help.
>celia perez
>Celia C. Perez, Librarian
>Harold Washington College
>30 E. Lake St., Chicago, IL 60601
>312-553-5635; fax 312-553-5783

St. Charles City-Co Library
Betty Murr, Deputy Director
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