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Re: Blackwell-Wiley problem Borchert, Carol Ann 10 Mar 2008 13:12 UTC

Apparently, even in cases where Blackwell has not generated an invoice,
Blackwell is cutting off access to titles not in the collections due to
lack of payment of the invoices that the customers don't have.  Our
sales rep is tearing her hair out trying to fix this for us, too, but it
is out of her hands.  She requested IALs for us weeks ago, and we still
don't have them.

Carol Ann

-----Original Message-----
From: SERIALST: Serials in Libraries Discussion Forum
[mailto:SERIALST@LIST.UVM.EDU] On Behalf Of Sheffer, Rena A
Sent: Friday, March 07, 2008 1:07 PM
Subject: [SERIALST] Blackwell-Wiley problem


Is anyone else having problems with some of their Blackwell-Wiley
subscriptions?  Most of our Blackwell subs are in their STM collection;
access to those journals is fine.  We have a few subs that are outside
collection and are individual subscriptions; we've lost access to those.
have been trying to get one high demand journal turned on and am getting
nowhere.  We were told we had to sign an Invoice Agreement Letter with
which we did on Monday.  We still do not have access and the Wiley
person who
can authorize that has not returned my telephone calls.

Yes, I have contacted our sales rep.  He has sent urgent messages to the
powers that be for access.

Rena Sheffer
(Ms.) Rena Sheffer, M.L.S.
Associate Professor
Electronic Journals Coordinator
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Library
slot 586
4301 West Markham St.
Little Rock, AR  72205
telephone: 501-686-6747  fax: 501-686-6745

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