SISAC Binding Task Force formed

Westall, Sandy
December 1998
SISAC News;Winter98/Spring99, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p22
Discusses the creation of a processing task force by the Serials Industry Systems Advisory Committee. Definition of the transmission format for binding data; Provision of implementation guidelines; Selection of a team of librarians and serial system experts.


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