Re: Who's tossing out the indexes? Dan Lester 31 May 2007 18:57 UTC

Basically, we're tossing out many things that we have electronic.  And, if they have coverage from 1990, say, why keep those old print volumes that you've canceled in paper, and on one in his/her right mind would use instead of the online version?  Sure, keep the ones up to 1989 for someone who needs to search the old stuff.

For example, we have no more print volumes of Chem Abstracts.


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Dan Lester, Boise, Idaho, USA

  ----- Original message ----------------------------------------
  From: "Mykie Howard" <my.howard@MOREHEADSTATE.EDU>
  Received: 5/30/2007 12:15:24 PM
  Subject: [SERIALST] Who's tossing out the indexes?

  >Hey all,
  >I'm wondering what print indexes you might be tossing [I mean withdrawing:)
  >] in favor of the electronic.  I'm only interested in things that have full
  >coverage from the beginning of the title.
  >Mykie Howard
  >Serials Librarian
  >Morehead State University
  >Camden-Carroll Library
  >150 University Dr.
  >Morehead, KY  40351