Report of the SISAC General Meeting, ALA Annual Conference, San Francisco

Weston, Beth
December 1997
SISAC News;Winter97/Spring98, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p9
Deals with the 1997 general meeting of Serials Industry Systems Advisory Committee (SISAC). Comment on the aspects of identifiers; Digital Object Identifier (DOI) project of the Association of American Publishers; SISAC Business Meeting.


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