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Re: delays in publication Koveleskie, Judith 19 Feb 2004 20:18 UTC

I agree.  Fortunately, EBSCO will delay reordering until these publishers catch up, but I think some of them never will.  I like the idea, that some have expressed, of not renewing based on the title being "nonproductive".  I think we will take a look at this too.

Judith A. Koveleskie
Periodicals Librarian
Seton Hill University
Reeves Memorial Library
Greensburg, PA 15601

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-----Original Message-----
From: Steve Black [mailto:blacks@MAIL.STROSE.EDU]
Sent: Thursday, February 19, 2004 10:31 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 seems
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