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Re: ERM for journal management Nicole Engard (07 Jul 2009 20:26 UTC)

Re: ERM for journal management Nicole Engard 07 Jul 2009 20:26 UTC

This doesn't exactly answer your question, but it's ironic that you're
asking this the same day I found this: http://www.sempertool.dk/

It's a new open source ERM option that I haven't tried, but have
bookmarked to try at a later date.

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On Tue, Jul 7, 2009 at 2:58 PM, Sarah Sanford<ssanford@gustavus.edu> wrote:
> I'm curious if other libraries currently use (or are considering) a
> commercial, open-source, and/or home grown ERM to also manage print and/or
> online journals. Like other libraries, we are caught in the transition
> between print and online worlds which require completely different workflows
> and systems to manage them. I currently "make do" by using our ILS (Aleph)
> and ebsconet to manage subscriptions, invoicing, and running reports for
> statistics, journal reviews, and various projects. However, each has its
> limitations.  I have created workarounds within each system, but I'm hoping
> some day I won't have to. (Wishful thinking?) How are other libraries
> managing print and online journals? Multiple spreadsheets? ILS? Access?
> ERMS?
>
> Thank you for your time.
> Sarah
>
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> Sarah Monson
> Serials Manager
> Folke Bernadotte Memorial Library
> Gustavus Adolphus College
> St. Peter, MN 56082
> Phone: 507-933-7562
> Fax: 507-933-6292
>