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Re: Indexing older print publications van Sickle, Jennifer 11 Apr 2016 18:30 UTC

We have both Readers' Guide Full Text and Readers' Guide Retro.  Students need these to find primary source material.  For the same reason, we keep our older popular print magazines and periodicals that generally aren't available online, or are in collections that we haven't purchased.   Hope this helps.

--Jennifer van Sickle

Trinity College

Hartford, CT

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Hello,

We have older print periodicals of which the citations and content is not accessible to our patrons. We would like to provide online access to indexes for these older print periodicals. Does your library subscribe to the Online Reader's Guide Retrospective, etc. or do you weed your older periodicals instead?

We are curious how other academic or community college libraries manage their print collections. We would appreciate any advice or suggestions.

Thank you.

Julie T. Sayles, MA, MLS
Government Documents/Serials Librarian
Lee College Library
Baytown, Texas

jsayles@lee.edu<mailto:jsayles@lee.edu>
281 425-6276

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