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Re: Ingenta TOC question Fearer, Kathleen E (EED) (26 Mar 2009 19:23 UTC)

Re: Ingenta TOC question Fearer, Kathleen E (EED) 26 Mar 2009 19:23 UTC

We have been receiving Ingenta TOCs.  We subscribe to EBSCO databases
and some of the Ingenta fax/arial titles are available in those
databases through new issue alerts, but many are not.

I, too would appreciate feedback on alternatives to Ingenta.

Thanks!

Katie Fearer
Librarian, Periodicals
Alaska State Library
907-465-2988
kathleen.fearer@alaska.gov

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From: SERIALST: Serials in Libraries Discussion Forum
[mailto:SERIALST@list.uvm.edu] On Behalf Of Martha Coleman
Sent: Thursday, March 26, 2009 10:55 AM
To: SERIALST@LIST.UVM.EDU
Subject: [SERIALST] Ingenta TOC question

Hello everyone,
I posted to Libref-l but only received one reply.  Is anyone using the
IngentaConnect table of contents service as a site license?  They are
dropping the fax/arial titles and only keeping electronically available
titles as of April 10th.  The fax/arial titles represent 65% of titles
registered by our faculty to receive TOC emails every time an issue is
published.  I'm wondering if there are alternatives to Ingenta's
service.  I'm aware of TicToc. Thank you for any suggestions.
Martha

Martha Coleman
Reference/Serials Librarian
University of Arkansas - Fort Smith
Boreham Library
5210 Grand Avenue
Fort Smith,  AR  72904
479-788-7208   voice     479-788-7209   fax
mcoleman@uafortsmith.edu