Re: Angewandte Chemie change in 2007 Cynthia Young (24 Jan 2007 21:17 UTC)
Re: Angewandte Chemie change in 2007 Cynthia Young 24 Jan 2007 21:17 UTC
I'm inputting the issues as the volume & number (assuming there are both)
and simply inputting the dates as Jan. 2007 <--- for each January issue.
I'm simply going with what information I'm given.
University of Maine
Orono, ME 04469
On 1/24/07, Ken Siegert <email@example.com> wrote:
> I wanted to know how others are treating the title, Angewandte Chemie?
> The first issue arrived without an exact publication date (normally
> found in the lower left corner of the cover). The only real
> indication of date was "1st & 2nd January Issues", located in the
> upper right corner of the cover. Prior to 2007, both dates were
> listed on the cover and the exact publication date was always about 2
> weeks prior to the more generic date in the upper right corner.
> What I have found is that the exact date is provided when you look on
> the publisher's web-site. For the "1st & 2nd January Issues", the
> exact date is December 18, 2006. I emailed the publisher and was
> told that my observations were correct --
> "The print issue will no longer have a publication date, because the
> issue (and the article itself) is published days or weeks before the
> version and that's the relevant publication dates. On the print issue we
> have the additional information" First January issue", "Second January
> issue", and so on...."
> Our Science Librarian would like to have the online "exact"
> publication date used, which will mean that we must look-up the title
> each time a new issue is received. We will also be hand-writing the
> exact date on the issues. What are others doing?
> Ken Siegert
> Acquisitions Assistant
> Electronic Resources & Periodicals / U.S. Documents
> Shadek-Fackenthal Library
> Franklin & Marshall College
> P.O. Box 3003
> Lancaster, PA 17604-3003
> Phone - (717) 291-4219
> Fax - (717) 291-4160