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Re: A - Z lists what is included Sandhya Srivastava (13 Mar 2009 18:46 UTC)

Re: A - Z lists what is included Sandhya Srivastava 13 Mar 2009 18:46 UTC

Hi Marguerite

They might get more use if people knew they existed and were there.  You
would be surprised at how usage changes once people know the stuff is there.

Sandhya (Sandy) D. Srivastava
Electronic Resources Librarian
New York Institute of Technology
Wisser Library
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Old Westbury, New York 11568-8000
Telephone: (516) 686 - 3790
Fax: (516) 686 - 1152
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Subject: [SERIALST] A - Z lists what is included

I am interested in know what other libraries include in their A - Z lists of
journals. We are using the EBSCO A - Z list but it does not matter what
platform you are using. Of course EBSCO takes care of including all the full
text in our databases. I have added all the current print periodicals but
omitted an historical collection. These titles are in the library catalog
and rarely used. The issue here is whether this collection should be added.
Thanks.

Marguerite Buck
Serials/Reference Librarian
Gabriele Library
Immaculata University
Immaculata, PA 19345
mbuck@immaculata.edu<mailto:mbuck@immaculata.edu>
(610)647-4400, ext. 3833