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Re: Replacing pages through Interlibrary Loan (2 messages) Birdie MacLennan 26 Mar 1998 17:25 UTC

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Date:         Thu, 26 Mar 1998 08:00:20 GMT-5
From:         "Kimberly J. Laird" <LAIRDK@MEDSERV.ETSU-TN.EDU>
Organization: ETSU Libraries
Subject:      lost or missing pages from ILL

When I fill out a form for lost or missing pages or missing
issues <Usually I only do this when we can't buy the issue or if
its more than 3 years old> on the form it'll say, "Needed for
Bindery" or "Pages Lost, Replace All."

That information goes into the notes field of the ILL form
(OCLC & DOCLINE) and is entered in all caps. I haven't noticed
most places skipping the advertisements in this case, although
they usually skip them if its for others.

Hope that's useful information.

Kim Laird
Technical Services Librarian
Medical Library, Quillen College of Medicine
East Tennessee State University

Date:         Thu, 26 Mar 1998 09:21:46 EST
From:         Brad Coon <coon@CVAX.IPFW.INDIANA.EDU>
Subject:      Re: Replacing pages through Interlibrary Loan

We just put replacement pages as the title of the article
and do not specify an author.  I used to work in an ILL office
and in our office anyway, that was perfectly understandable.
Now when our ILL people find the problem, they bring it to us
to order.
Brad Coon

"Do'netyokit su do'sa'na'kit." (Live boldly but wisely.)
        Nowan proverb