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Re: Science Direct and Serial Solutions Georgia Baugh (05 Dec 2007 18:41 UTC)

Re: Science Direct and Serial Solutions Georgia Baugh 05 Dec 2007 18:41 UTC

We created an Excel file for our ON DEMAND journal titles with dates
available and sent it to SerialsSolutions.  So our ON DEMAND titles show up
right along with those for which immediate electronic access is available.

Sincerely,
Georgia Baugh
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Georgia A. Baugh, M.A., M.A.L.I.S.
Associate Professor/Electronic Resources Reference Librarian
Pius XII Memorial Library
Saint Louis University
3650 Lindell Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63128
baughga@slu.edu
On Dec 5, 2007 12:22 PM, Wies, Loraine M. <wiesl@union.edu> wrote:

> Greetings!
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> We have just completed a periodicals cancellation project which has now
> coincided with our need to find an alternative to Science Direct Web
> Editions. Our decision has been to go with a customized list of e-only
> titles with a backfile.  To ease faculty concerns that they were losing
> access to core titles we were cancelling, we had assured them they could
> have desktop document delivery to those titles. Our question now is, as
> Serial Solution users, do we list all of Elsevier's available titles in
> our A-Z list (something I'm sure they would love!) or do we just limit
> the A-Z listings to those titles we had access to and allow serendipity
> to take care of the rest? We encourage access to titles through our A-Z
> list vs our OPAC.
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> We were wondering how anyone else who may be in a similar situation has
> handled access to unsubscribed titles for which you are willing- but not
> necessarily anxious-  to offer desktop document delivery for?
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> Thanks in advance!
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> Loraine M. Wies
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> Acquisitions/Periodicals Librarian
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> Schaffer Library
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> Union College
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> Schenectady, NY 12308
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> Tel# 518-388-6689
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> Fax# 518- 388-6619
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> wiesl@union.edu
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