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Bibliographic Services > January 2004 Monthly Report

January 2004 Monthly Report

MEMORANDUM

To: Tom Scott

From: Karen Cassel, Manager, Serials and Electronic Acquisitions

Re: Monthly report: January 2004

Date: February 2, 2004

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1.Electronic Resources.

New additions:

-Cognet: includes journals, books and reference collections

-ABI: added 142 new titles, mostly from Kluwer, OUP, Wiley and Palgrave

-Elsevier: all backfiles are now reflected in the database, including 112 additional titles and the extended holdings; in addition, holdings for Elsevier titles are in the process of being added to the catalog, with titles A-J completed

Changes:

-Lawrence Erlbaum: access has been moved from Ingenta to LEAOnline: URLs for 35 titles were changed in the database and in the catalog

-M.E. Sharpe: access has been moved from Ingenta to Meta Press: URLs for 3 titles were changed in the database and in the catalog

-Transaction Publishers: access has been moved from Ingenta to Meta Press: URLs for 11 titles were changed in the database and in the catalog

-American Institute of Physics: access has been changed to their own new website, Scitation: URLs for 17 titles were changed in the database and in the catalog

2. Cancellations. We are in the process of preparing for the cancellation of the Blackwell print subscriptions. We are awaiting confirmation of a title list. We have over 200 subscriptions.

3. Theses binding. We have another project underway to complete the binding of theses. We have budgeted for 600 theses at $5640. When this project is complete, we will have finished binding all of our back holdings. These theses are being relocated to HNES-STOR as they pre-date the theses that are currently in the Scott stacks.