I love wrapperless journals! Very rarely do they get damaged or lose
the address sticker. It makes sense environmentally, too.
I've been involved with periodicals since 1986 and can't tell you how
much time they save.
Robert W. Woodruff Library
LUFF, Kirsty wrote:
> ***Apologies for cross posting***
> Dear colleagues
> Due to our own environmental concerns, and because some of our society
> partners are requesting it, we're investigating the feasibility of
> sending out some journals without wrappers. The cover of these journals
> would instead contain a sticker with address information which could be
> easily removed.
> We understand that a number of journals, notably Nature and Science, are
> already sent out this way in the US?
> We would appreciate answers, on or off list, to the following questions:
> 1. Do you receive journals without wrappers?
> 2. If so, do they arrive damaged?
> 3. Do you/how often do you have to raise claims to the publisher for
> damaged copies?
> Many thanks in advance.
> Kirsty Luff | Senior Communications & Marketing Manager
> Oxford Journals | Oxford University Press
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