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Re: dropping serial check-in? Kent Mulliner (04 Aug 2004 15:03 UTC)

Re: dropping serial check-in? Kent Mulliner 04 Aug 2004 15:03 UTC

Also of interest may be the follow, especially given the tenor of
questions raised.  My short take on this, which I was never able
to get buy-in on, is:  do you put over-stressed staff efforts toward
resources that people are using most or those that they are using
least?

Anderson, Rick and Zink, Stephen D.
"How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Give Up Journal Check-In."
<http://www.library.ohiou.edu:2206/bin/gate.exe?f=toc&state=b6vt7r.3.3&expr=ALL&p_s_ALL=%28Serials-Librarian%29.JNBR.&p_op_ALL=ADJ&a_search=Search>The
Serials Librarian. v. 44 no3/4 (2003) p. 255-60
Available electronically for subscribers

At 10:30 AM 08/04/2004, you wrote:
>Here's the citation to the article under discussion.
>It's available online for those who have a access to LCATS.
>
>Implementing the unthinkable: the demise of periodical check-in at
>the University of Nevada
>Library Collections, Acquisitions, and Technical Services, Volume
>27, Issue 1, Spring 2003, Pages 61-71
>Rick Anderson and Steven D. Zink
>
>Ann
>Ann Ercelawn
>Vanderbilt University Library
>phone:615-343-2088
>fax: 615-343-1292
>ann.ercelawn@vanderbilt.edu

K. Mulliner
mulliner@ohio.edu

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