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Re: Core journals (Peter Picerno) ERCELAA@ctrvax.Vanderbilt.Edu 15 Mar 1999 22:20 UTC

Date: Mon, 15 Mar 1999 14:46:36 -0600
From: Peter Picerno <ppicerno@CHOCTAW.ASTATE.EDU>
Subject: Re: Core journals (Karen Chobot)

hear hear!! I agree with Karen -- there's a lot of knowledge which I pick up
'on the fly' and it's amazing how comments on the list become relevant in a
few days/weeks!

>Date: Mon, 15 Mar 1999 09:39:35 -0600
>From: Karen Chobot <chobot@PLAINS.NODAK.EDU>
>Subject: Re: Core journals (Carol Holliger)
>I would appreciate responses to the list for all questions like this,
>please.  I can always delete what does not interest me, but it is amazing
>what you can learn from reading other people's comments.  Summaries from
>the requestor are good, but the originals are better.  I hope others agree
>on this question.  Karen C.
>At 11:00 AM 3/12/99 -0600, you wrote:
>>Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999 17:36:48 +0000
>>From: Carol Holliger <chhollig@CC.OWU.EDU>
>>Subject: Core journals
>>Like a lot of libraries dealing with the rising costs of periodical
>>subscriptions, we are looking at various options for the next fiscal year.
>>We have three questions:
>>  1) What sources have you used to determine core titles by discipline?
>>       We are a medium sized liberal arts college (1800 students).
>>  2) How do we find out about journals necessary for accreditation in
>>     various disciplines?
>> 3)If you have recently conducted a journal deselection process, could you
>>      please give us some feedack about procedures that were helpful?
>>Please respond to me off-list at
>>Thank you.
>>Carol Holliger
>>Serials Manager
>>Beeghly Library
>>Ohio Wesleyan University
>>43 Rowland Avenue
>>Delaware, OH  43015
>>FAX (740)368-3222
>Karen M. Chobot, M.L.S.
>Reference Librarian
>Mildred Johnson Library
>North Dakota State College of Science
>800 6th St. N.
>Wahpeton ND 58076
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