Re: Computer Graphics. Gunnarson, Martha 16 Feb 2006 18:11 UTC

>From the ACM Digital Library
ACM SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics
Volume 39 ,  Issue 2  (May 2005)
COLUMN: From the editor
Pages: 2 - 3
Year of Publication: 2005

"The end... and the beginning!"

"The decision to no longer present this
wonderful content in printed form, and offer
it exclusively on our organization's site at, was not an
easy one."

"The End of an Era
The May 2005 issue signals the end of the
ACM SIGGRAPH print newsletter Computer
Graphics. Fondly referred to over the years as
the "quarterly," Computer Graphics now moves
to electronic publication only at
"This change presents a number of new
opportunities, allowing us to bring you additional
and varied content in a much more
timely manner," announced ACM SIGGRAPH
Director of Publications Stephen N. Spencer
in the February issue. "We're looking forward
to providing you information that's important
to you and in a manner that takes full advantage
of the Web."

Martha Gunnarson
Assistant Director, Serials
Gordon Library, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

-----Original Message-----
From: SERIALST: Serials in Libraries Discussion Forum
[mailto:SERIALST@LIST.UVM.EDU] On Behalf Of Christopher Allen Waldrop
Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2006 12:43 PM
Subject: [SERIALST] Computer Graphics.


Does anyone have any information on the status of the Association for
Computing Machinery publication Computer Graphics? We transferred this to a
vendor beginning with 2006, and the vendor has just informed us that this
title is now online-only and restricted to a single user.

Since I couldn't find it in ACM's list of publications I called them and was
told it had "always been" a Springer title and that any questions about it
should be directed to Springer. Springer doesn't have any information about
the title at all.

Thank you very much.

Christopher Allen Waldrop
Serials Coordinator
Order Services Department
Vanderbilt University Library
Ph: 615-343-3831
Fax: 615-343-8834