53E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and Integrating Resources via the Catalog and the Web
- Dec 9, 2002I am pleased to announce that free full-text (PDF) access to the
entire contents of "E-Serials Cataloging: Access to Continuing and
Integrating Resources via the Catalog and the Web," (_The Serials
Librarian_ 41 (3-4) 2002) edited by Jim Cole and Wayne Jones.
is now available from the following site:
As previously announced
this special issue contains my latest article
"E is for Everything: The Extra-Ordinary, Evoluntionay [e-]Journal"
which is a review of key features of The Eclectic Journal.
Here's a partial Table of Contents for the issue.
E-Serials Cataloging in the 1990's: A Review of the Literature
by Ann Copeland
ISBD(ER) and Its Role in the Management of Electronic Resources by
The Integration of Electronic Resources into Cataloging Instruction
in the LIS Curriculum by Taemin Kim Park
Teaching Seriality: A Major Education Challenge by Arlene G. Taylor
Web Resources for Cataloging Electronic Serials and Continuing
Resources: An Annotated Bibliography by John Blosser, Tim Hagan, and
Yvonne W. Zhang
Internet Resources Cataloging in ARL Libraries: Staffing and Access
Issues by Jeanne M.K. Boydston and Joan M. Leysen
Notes for Remote Access Computer File Serials by Beatrice L. Caraway
On Pins and Needles: Using Structured Metadata for Collocation and
Browsing Capability by Gregory Wool
NESLI MARC Records: An Experiment in Creating MARC Records for
E-Journals by Ross MacIntyre
Improving Access to E-Journals and Databases at the MIT Libraries:
Building a Database-Backed Web Site Called 'Vera' by Nicole Hennig
The Elektronische Zeitschriftenbibliothek: A Successful Library
Service for Electronic Journals in Germany by Evelinde Hutzler
and Gerald Schupfner
E is for Everything: The Extra-Ordinary, Evolutionary [e-]Journal
Don't forget to visit EJI(sm) for The Eclectic Experience
I am most thankful to Bill Cohen, Publisher of Haworth Press, for
providing the PDF copy and for his permission to offer free access to
Seize the E!
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Ames IA 50011