Buying Serials: A How-To-Do-It Manual for Librarians

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Neal Schuman Pub, 1990 - Business & Economics - 188 pages
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The complexities of identifying, ordering, receiving, and routing serials, as well as the relationships among libraries, vendors, and publishers are covered in this manual. Chapters include serial selection, subscription agency analysis, and evaluation.

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" Buying Serials had its origins in our belief that information is power,'' say Basch and McQueen, who have written a practical and valuable manual for all parties involved in serials, i.e., library ... Read full review

Contents

Serial Expenditures
3
Methods of Acquiring Serials
9
The Next Decade
29
Copyright

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McQueen is with Coherence, Inc.

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