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Re: Fashion Rocks/Movies Rock "supplements" Anne McCaffrey 27 Nov 2007 19:47 UTC

Here at Dowling College, we check in and create item records for all periodicals and newspapers. Any supplements are also given item records and shelved with the issue itself.  Occasionally, if a supplement might be of special interest to a librarian, it is given to him/her and the checkin record noted accordingly.

Anne McCaffrey
Advanced Senior Library Assistant
Library/Technical Services
extension 5024
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>>> "Crank, Richard L" <rcrank@KU.EDU> 11/27/07 1:29 PM >>>
Our general policy, understanding that there are exceptions, is that if
there is information on or in either the main issue or the accompanying
item that links the two, we treat the accompanying item as a supplement.
That said, though, we probably won't bind the "Movie Rocks" supplement
accompanying the newest issue of New Yorker with the magazine.

Rich Crank
Serial Records Team Leader, Acquisitions/Serials Dept.
University of Kansas Libraries
(785) 864-8944

-----Original Message-----
From: SERIALST: Serials in Libraries Discussion Forum
[mailto:SERIALST@LIST.UVM.EDU] On Behalf Of Kristen Fredericksen
Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2007 10:32 AM
Subject: [SERIALST] Fashion Rocks/Movies Rock "supplements"

    What has everyone been doing with these Fashion Rocks and Movies
Rock issues that come with magazines like New Yorker and Wired? Clearly,
their content has nothing to do with the magazines they accompany, but
they clearly state on the cover "Supplement to Wired Fall 2007." Do you
mark them as a supplement when you check in the regular titles? Do you
put them on the shelf?

Kristen Fredericksen
Acting Head of Serials
Mullen Library, Serials Department
The Catholic University of America
Washington, DC 20064-0001
Phone: 202-319-5073
Fax: 202-319-4181