- Next-generation ERM system: '360 Resource Manager' helping to tame the e-world. AIPPERSPACH, JEFF; LAPHAM, LESLIE // Serials;Mar2010, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p51
Libraries today spend more than 60% of their budget on electronic resources. Instead of making life and work easier, these changes have created additional work and collections are incredibly complex to manage. The key to meeting customer needs in the library is being able to manage library...
- Tracking serial costs with computer technology. Lynden, Frederick C. // Publishing Research Quarterly;Spring93, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p63
Discusses the use of computer technology in tracking prices and project costs of serials in the United States. Factors that affect serial expenditures; Price increases in serial publications; Increased use of automation and computers in pricing mechanisms.
- Library technology report. // Library Technology Reports;Jul/Aug97, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p407
Focuses on the application of acquisitions and serials control to a multi-user automated library system. Reference to a survey of 53 librarians on librarians perception of these systems; Effect of price in the case of multi-user systems.
- Serials control. // Library Technology Reports;Jul/Aug97, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p421
Focuses on the functionality of serials control systems. Identification of these functions; Information on an automated serials control system; Reference to the benefits of a serial control system; Features of serials control systems.
- Serials replacement orders: A closer look. Pionessa, Geraldine F. // Serials Review;Spring90, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p65
Focuses on the streamlined procedures that exist for placing subscriptions and standing orders for periodicals and serials. Definition of the replacement process; Decision-making involved; Ordering a replacement; Acquisition of out-of-print materials; Claiming serials replacement orders;...
- Deja vu; or chickens, eggs, and killer technologies. Blixrud, Julia C. // Serials Review;Spring94, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p5
Editorial. Comments on developments related to serials control systems. Call for item identification and linking between systems; Wait for technological advances.
- Chaos by subscription: Serials in Eastern Europe. Urbanic, Allan; Pachuta, June // Serials Review;Spring94, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p43
Focuses on developments related to serials control systems in Eastern Europe. Includes Russia; Poland; Former Yugoslav Republic; Czech Republic and Slovakia.
- A serials transaction log analysis. Sullenger, Paula // Serials Review;Fall97, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p21
Studies the use of transaction log analysis to assist librarians and administrators in helping patrons search for serial items. Literature review about transaction log research; Methodology employed to conduct a transaction log analysis; System errors and limitations.
- Distributed serials system offered by Blackwell. // Library Journal;2/15/1984, Vol. 109 Issue 3, p312
Reports that the PERLINE distributed serials system offered by Blackwell comes in four packagers and can handle upto 1000 periodicals with price ranging from 15,000 to 28,500 dollars.