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Re: delays in publication Anne Carroll Bunting 19 Feb 2004 16:48 UTC

Definitely.  They are usually expensive title too.  Most of them will be
behind all year and they get an issue for the year out in December.  They
are getting our money but we aren't getting much for it. The publishers are
still sending the renewal notices out even when they are behind.
Anne C. Bunting
University of Tennessee Health Sciences Library
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Black" <blacks@MAIL.STROSE.EDU>
Sent: Thursday, February 19, 2004 9:31 AM
Subject: [SERIALST] delays in publication

> Our last "Bulletin of Serials Changes" from our vendor EBSCO showed that
> almost 10% of our subscribed titles are delayed in publication.  This
> to be a higher percentage than I've seen before.  Do others share the
> impression that more titles are delayed now than in past years?
> Steve Black
> Reference, Instruction, and Serials Librarian
> Neil Hellman Library
> The College of Saint Rose
> 392 Western Ave.
> Albany, NY 12203
> (518) 458-5494